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Observe and Report

Rated R for pervasive language, graphic nudity, drug use, sexual content and violence.

R In Theaters 04/10/2009 , 86min.
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Critic score based on 35 reviews

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April 30, 2011
did not like seth rogen in this movie, the humar was extremely dark and parts of this movie were almost depressing.
September 17, 2010
Observe and Report is a love it or hate it comedy that i very much enjoyed, despite it's dark humor.
July 12, 2010
this movie was not funny at all. did not laugh once. seth rogen, you can do better than this
March 18, 2010
freaking hilarious,,,, the comment about chic filet made me fall off the couch.... might be sophmoric humor but I am in my fifties and laughed my ass off
January 16, 2010
I thought this movie was great. It definitely isn't for the overly analytical, or the kinds of uppity prudes that would rather see a small dog kicked in the ribs than hear them drop an f-bomb a few times. Keep in mind most of the people that sit around reviewing movies on the internet all day probably aren't going to be a trustworthy source on what normal people find hilarious. Full of blunt

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Washington Post
Cruel, unfunny and yet somehow perversely fascinating. Full Review
Betsy Sharkey
Los Angeles Times
It heaps piles of bad, crazy stuff at our feet then walks away. There is no moral to this story, and there's not much comedy either. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
Where "Mall Cop" is broad, safe and sticks to a formula, Observe and Report is unabashedly crude, cynical, off-kilter and funnier. Full Review
Dana Stevens
What's meant (I think) to be a "f*** you" to action-movie conventions reads instead as a "f*** you" to the audience. Observe and Report tickets should come with a free breath mint, because however hard you've been laughing, that ending leaves a seriously bad taste in your mouth. Full Review
James Berardinelli
It falls short of brilliant but it's a lot more daring than what passes for "dark comedy" these days, and it reminds us that "feel bad" comedies may not always be as funny as "feel good" ones but, when they work, they can ultimately be more satisfying. Full Review

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