Observe and Report

Observe and Report

Director: Jody Hill Cast: Seth Rogen, Ray Liotta, Michael Peña

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The Foot Fist Way director Jody Hill takes the helm for this Seth Rogen comedy concerning an ambitious mall cop who competes with a seasoned detective to bust an elusive flasher. Make a wrong move at Forest Ridge Mall, and you'll have to answer to no-nonsense security head Ronnie Barnhardt (Rogen). Ronnie sees skateboarders as the blight of society, and any shoplifter unfortunate enough to summon his wrath will be promptly busted and booked. Sure, Ronnie may suffer delusions of grandeur when it comes to his job, but perhaps with a little effort he'll eventually get to trade in his flashlight and patch for a gun and a badge. When a flasher begins tormenting the shoppers at Forest Ridge Mall, Ronnie seizes the opportunity to showcase his detective skills and impress gorgeous makeup counter girl Brandi (Anna Faris), who can't be bothered to give him a second glance. Perhaps by catching the culprit, Ronnie will finally earn himself a prized position over at the police academy. But the one thing Ronnie hadn't counted on was competition, and when Detective Harrison (Ray Liotta) of the Conway Police makes it his personal mission to nab the flasher, the two rivals begin working around the clock to crack the case before their counterpart.

Product Details

Release Date: 09/22/2009
UPC: 0883929037919
Original Release: 2009
Rating: R
Source: Warner Home Video
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Full Frame, Wide Screen]
Time: 1:27:00
Sales rank: 49,954

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Seth Rogen Ronnie Barnhardt
Ray Liotta Detective Harrison
Michael Peña Dennis
Anna Faris Brandi
Dan Bakkedahl Mark
Jesse Plemons Charles
John Yuan John Yuen
Matthew Yuan Matt Yuen
Celia Weston Mom
Collette Wolfe Nell
Aziz Ansari Saddamn
Randy Gambill Pervert
Alston Brown Bruce
Cody Midthunder D-Rock
Debra-Jayne Brown Female Reporter
Eddie Rouse Angry Store Owner
Patton Oswalt Toast A Bun Manager
Lauren Miller Girl Employee
Danny McBride Caucasian Crackhead
William Sterchi Department Store Manager
Milos Milicevic Random Crackhead

Technical Credits
Jody Hill Director,Screenwriter
Zene Baker Editor
Jo Edna Boldin Casting
Donald De Line Producer
Marty P. Ewing Executive Producer
William Fay Executive Producer
Robert Fechtman Set Decoration/Design
Andrew Haas Executive Producer
Sheila Jaffe Casting
Jon Jashni Executive Producer
Gary Jones Costumes/Costume Designer
Steve Mann Sound Editor
Masako Masuda Art Director
Milos Milicevic Asst. Director
Tim Orr Cinematographer
Chris Spellman Production Designer
Joseph Stephens Score Composer
Thomas Tull Executive Producer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Observe and Report
1. Watchful Credits [2:48]
2. Comings and Goings [3:49]
3. Firing Off Rounds [3:00]
4. Besieged Brandi [3:24]
5. My Case [5:01]
6. Robbery and Reprimand [5:32]
7. Police Inquiry [3:05]
8. Ridealong and Rout [5:22]
9. Get Used to Me [2:39]
10. It's Not a Date [3:46]
11. Why Dad Left [1:51]
12. Magical Evening [5:27]
13. Guy with a Gun [3:29]
14. Not Gonna Happen [3:02]
15. Forceful Enforcement [1:02]
16. Under the Influence [5:05]
17. Outlaw [1:50]
18. Off the Grid [3:05]
19. This Is My World [4:14]
20. Making a Change [2:50]
21. Flasher Back [3:44]
22. The Girl That Does That [4:19]
23. I Win [1:50]
24. End Credits [1:46]

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Observe and Report 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Heavy_Metal_Sushi More than 1 year ago
I happen to be a security guard, which is what initially attracted me to this movie, because it looked like another funny one about security guards, like Paul Blart Mall Cop (which I totally recommend). However, aside from a few elements in this movie, I thought this movie was actually rather ridiculous and apalling. This movie possessed a lot of stupid humor, drug use, and full fledged nudity. I was apalled at the fact that there was a streaker running through the mall, and they showed every bit of it and his private parts, all the way from when Seth Rogen's character was chasing him, shot him, cuffed him, and delivered him to the police. I have never seen nudity like that continued on for that long in a movie before, and it was just wrong...especially the fact that it was a big, hairy heavy set man. It was just wrong! The only high parts of this movie were that a handful of parts were actually pretty funny, Seth Rogen & Ray Liotta were pretty good for the most part, and there was some nice heartwarming moments between Seth Rogen's character and this attendant at a pastry & coffee shop. Beyond that though, this movie was, again, pretty ridiculous and apalling. If you can handle some of that and don't mind movies with a lot of krass stuff in them that are totally ridiculous, then by all means, but I wouldn't recommend it past a single watch, if even that. Man, Seth Rogen is so funny and has potential as a great comic actor, but he keeps doing movies like this. The only ones so far I would recommend with him in them are Superbad, Fanboys, Step Brothers, and even Pineapple Express. Those ones were pretty funny & decent for the most part, and they weren't totally apalling. But yeah, unless you're a fan of ridiculous krass movies with a bunch of male nudity, then I would recommend avoiding this one.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago