Starring: Seth Rogen, Anna Faris, Ray Liotta, Michael Pena, Collette Wolfe
An over-ambitious shopping mall security guard, Ronnie (Rogen) aspires to join the police force and thinks that he is just the man for it. He thinks of himself being capable of doing far more things that in reality he can never do. When the mall is hounded by a flasher who openly shows his genitals to women, Ronnie thinks he has a case on hand that needs to be cracked. Brandi (Faris) is a cosmetics sales girl on whom Ronnie has a crush and who has been subjected to a full view of the flasher and his tools. Police Detective Harrison (Liotta) has been appointed to catch the flasher much to the ire of Ronnie, who thinks it is his case and his moral right to save Brandi from the clutches of the flasher. The movie might appear to be interesting and entertaining but sadly does not turn out that way. Seth Rogen is annoying rather than being funny, Anna Faris is the usual dumb blond that she is always known to play and the humour between them is simply non-existent. Its not exactly unwatchable but it is still highly avoidable.
Thumbs up: Some bits of humour are good, but rare
Thumbs down: Annoying performances, not funny throughout