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Rated R · 86 minutes · 2009

Comedy
Seth Rogen plays a man so unnervingly insane that it’s sometimes hard to figure out whether you should laugh or scream at him. His complete lack of stability gives the film—a hilarious effort from director Jody Hill—that wonderful and somewhat scary vibe that anything can happen. The funny-film rulebook was thrown out the proverbial window here. Rogen plays Ronnie, an obsessive mall security guard who takes it upon himself to become the protector of a perfume-counter girl (Anna Faris). When his bid to join the police force goes awry, Ronnie gets even nuttier, as does the film. The movie is quite fearless and certainly isn’t for everyone. It pushes the limits and scores big, if somewhat uncomfortable, laughs. Consider it a nice companion piece to Pineapple Express.


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Official Site: observe-and-report.warnerbros.com
Director: Jody Hill
Producer: Donald De Line, Thomas Tull, Jon Jashni, Andrew Haas, Marty Ewing and William Fay
Cast: Seth Rogen, Ray Liotta, Michael Peña, Anna Faris, Dan Bakkedahl, Jesse Plemons, John Yuan, Matthew Yuan, Celia Weston, Collette Wolfe, Randy Gambill, Alston Brown, Cody Midthunder, Debra-Jayne Brown, Aziz Ansari and Patton Oswalt

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Portland Mercury Bad Cop Seth Rogen talks to the Mercury about Observe and Report! EEEEEEEE! by Alison Hallett 04/09/2009
The Coast Halifax Observe and Report Seth Rogen plays the most racist, unstable mall cop in a 2009 movie so far. by Mark Palermo 04/09/2009
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