Talk:Paul Blart: Mall Cop
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This page has been vandalized quite a bit; I'm the second person to revert vandalization in the past week. Semi-protect or Pending changes? — Preceding unsigned comment added by Lalaithion (talk • contribs) 00:10, 13 October 2016 (UTC)
Fake reception data
Someone must have vandalized the data in the Reception section of this article. Data was fake and was reporting exceptional reviews for the movie, while in reality it was received with generally bad reviews. I could check this with the referenced websited RottenTomatoes and MEtaCritic, yet I could not check the box office data: maybe it is fake too. I changed the "reception" chapter with real data. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Castef (talk • contribs) 15:00, 16 July 2009 (UTC)
Box office math seems wrong
Current article stats "grossing a total of $31,832,636, for a 3-day average of $10,125," and "It grossed $39,234,238 over the entire 4-day MLK weekend, for a 4-day average of $12,479" obviously the math is missing a few digits here. Someone with the facts please correct/update. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Alexkraegen (talk • contribs) 00:56, 4 March 2009 (UTC)
Plot too long
Also there are many grammatical errors and confusing language in this plot description. My examples are as follows:
"Veck watches horrified as Blart pulls over an elderly man on a scooter and attempts to give him a ticket; then inadvertantly makes a row between two women worse by telling a fat woman that he understands it's hard to be fat and she attacks him." - This should be two sentences. Also, a "row" between two women. What does that even mean? Argument would be a much better way to say it.
"After Blart works his way through all of Veck's underlings, such as by crushing Vixen by falling on top of her when he is crawling in a vent and by senting Blitzen flying into a ball pit." - Could be a misspelling, but "senting" is not proper in that sentence.
These are only two errors in this plot that is filled with run on sentences and improper and confusing grammar.
Esoteric gun models
Why are the guns all mentioned so specifically? Is this a joke—an allusion to mall guards' envy of and fascination with police gear and guns? (I haven't seen the movie so I might be missing something.) Jeff Muscato (talk) 04:02, 20 March 2009 (UTC)
Cast info wrong
Stephen Rannazzisi is not a morbidly obese friend. He is the pen salesman that is rude and obnoxious to Blart and also likes Amy.
Recent edits to lead
Changes made by 184.108.40.206 (talk) are not helping the integrity of the article, in my opinion. Kevin James co-wrote the screenplay, Jayma Mays co-stars, and mentioning it was released by Columbia Pictures seems appropriate. These distinctions have been removed unjustifiably and should be discussed here. --GoneIn60 (talk) 21:36, 5 April 2013 (UTC)