Posts Tagged ‘kevin james’


July 8th, 2011



Rating: ★★★☆☆

Movie: Zookeeper (2011)

Studio : Columbia Pictures

Info : Click Here

Runtime : 104 min

Website :

Rating : PG

Trailer :


A mild mannered zookeeper Griffin Keyes (Kevin James) decides that perhaps taking care of the animals is not the most glamorous of jobs if he wants to catch the female of the species, in this case a very beautiful specimen indeed (Leslie Bibb). Having an offer on the table at a fancy car dealership, Griffin decides that it’s time to move on, but when the animals find out, they do the only thing they can do. Show him that they can talk and try to convince him not to go. And if he stays, they’ll teach him how mating works, even if it is a bit on the wild side. Read more…

Action, Adventure, Comedy, Romance , , , , , , , , , , ,

Paul Blart – Mall Cop – Family Comedy Movie

February 22nd, 2009

Paul Blart: Mall Cop - Keven James

Paul Blart: Mall Cop - Keven James

Rating: ★★½☆☆

Movie: Paul Blart: Mall Cop (2009)

Studio: Columbia Pictures

Info: Click Here

Runtime: 91min



Review :

Paul Blart: Mall Cop was a good movie. I want to start off my saying that the movie for this trailer had really made me turn my back to this movie. But once again I ended up seeing it and completely I completely regret the fact that I didn’t want to see it before. Not to mention Kevin James is a great actor with any role he plays, and he definitely played this one up to par.

This movie really did feel like a slapstick comedy but it turned out to be more family suggested. I’d say it is definitely a great movie for kids ages 6-13! But this movie didn’t give much room for the adults to enjoy a more mature humor. I did like the beginning introduction to the movie and the entire story line; it was just some scenes I believe would’ve been better off left out of the theatrical version of the film.

Some scenes get really extensive and just flat out, isn’t funny. For example: [SPOILER ALERT] Paul’s excessive drinking scene gets really long and his dancing around on the tables wasn’t that funny. Also the statement “I don’t drink,” was overused and was not funny nor a lead to something funny.

I wish I wouldn’t have paid for the price of the movie ticket, and I don’t suggest it either. Unless you are taking children primarily to see this movie then I wouldn’t bother paying price. The movie, once again, isn’t my in my selection for purchasing the DVD unless I had a few children. A rental is definitely going to happen because I may rethink my decision, but for now I will ponder the thought of seeing this movie twice.

– Trent M.

Comedy, Family, Just left Theaters , , , , ,