Observe and Report

(2009)

Bi-polar mall security guard Ronnie Barnhardt is called into action to stop a flasher from turning shopper's paradise into his personal peep show. But when Barnhardt can't bring the culprit to justice, a surly police detective, is recruited to close the case.

‘Observe and Report’ Laughs It Up to DVD and Blu-ray on September 22nd

You can bring home all of the hilarity from Seth Rogen's bizarre new comedy home on DVD and Blu-ray this September. Observe and Report will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on September 22nd. The standard DVD will be priced at $28.98 SRP while the Blu-ray will be priced at $35.99 SRP. The film stars Seth Rogen, Anna Faris, Michael Pena and Ray Liotta.

Bargain hunters at Forest Ridge Mall get more than they bargained for: a chubby flasher in a ratty bathrobe. They're repulsed. Security guard Ronnie Barnhardt isn't: "This disgusting pervert is the best thing that ever happened to me!" Catching the flasher may be his ticket to a real police job and to romance with a hot cosmetics-counter princess. Only one thing stands between Ronnie and destiny: a tall, handsome cop who actually knows what he's doing. Seth Rogen (Knocked Up), Anna Faris (the Scary Movie series) and Ray Liotta (GoodFellas) star in this mall-to-wall comedy covering acres of wild, sometimes raunchy, up-in-your-grill funny - all under one roof.

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This week's only other major release was the Lionsgate sequel Crank High Voltage. Chev Chelios returned to the big screen, but audiences didn't seem to care, as the high-octane adventure ride landed in sixth place with just $6.5 million to its name. The original opened in 2006 to the tune of $10.4 million. While the film has been greeted by critical success, it is the type of franchise that will flourish on the home market. So if you were one of the few that saw it this weekend, don't rule out a third chapter. It could still happen.

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Racing into second place this Easter weekend was Universal's fourth chapter in the popular Vin Diesel/Paul Walker car racing series Fast & Furious. It nabbed another solid $28.7 million, making it the fastest film to zoom past the hundred million dollar mark this year. In just two weeks of release, it has already made more than $118 million. We're more than guaranteed a fifth installment at this point.

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CONTEST: Win Some Cool Prizes from ‘Observe and Report’!

Observe and Report comes to theaters everywhere on April 10 and we just have to celebrate this dark, sometimes raunchy, comedy. We have another contest lined up for you and we have a slew of prizes to give away. The film stars Seth Rogen, Anna Faris, Michael Pena, Ray Liotta and Jesse Plemons. These prizes will be snatched up fast, so enter this contest today.

At the Forest Ridge Mall, head of security Ronnie Barnhardt (SETH ROGEN) patrols his jurisdiction with an iron fist. The master of his domain, he combats skateboarders, shoplifters and the occasional unruly customer while dreaming of the day when he can swap his flashlight for a badge and a gun.

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New ‘Observe and Report’ Featurette

Warner Bros. has just revealed on MySpace a brand new featurette from its new upcoming comedy Observe and Report, which is set to hit theaters on April 10. Click below to take a look at the goings-on at the Forest Ridge Mall.

At the Forest Ridge Mall, head of security Ronnie Barnhardt patrols his jurisdiction with an iron fist, combating skateboarders, shoplifters and the occasional unruly customer while dreaming of the day when he can swap his flashlight for a badge and a gun. His delusions of grandeur are put to the test when the mall is struck by a flasher. Driven to protect and serve the mall and its patrons, Ronnie seizes the opportunity to showcase his underappreciated law enforcement talents on a grand scale, hoping his solution of this crime will earn a coveted spot at the police academy and the heart of his elusive dream girl Brandi, the hot make-up counter clerk who won't give him the time of day. But his single-minded pursuit of glory launches a turf war with the equally competitive Detective Harrison of the Conway Police, and Ronnie is confronted with the challenge of not only catching the flasher, but getting him before the real cops do.

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New Red-Band ‘Observe and Report’ Trailer

Warner Bros. has just released a brand new age-restricted red-band trailer for the upcoming comedy, Observe and Report, which is set for release on April 10. The film stars Seth Rogen, Anna Faris, Michael Pena, Ray Liotta and Jesse Plemons.

CLICK HERE to watch this brand new trailer, but only if you're 18 or older, because this new clip is extremely explicit and not meant for young ones.

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Warner Bros. 2009 Sneak Preview

Including ‘Inkheart’, ‘He's Just Not That Into You’, ‘Friday the 13th’, ‘Under the Sea 3D’, ‘Watchmen’ and more.

Ray Liotta Set to ‘Observe and Report’

Anna Faris and Michael Pena also join the cast alongside Seth Rogen.