I wasn't really sure what to expect from this movie but since I have a weak spot for Seth Rogen, I thought I might as well check it out. First of all, to be honest, to make a comedy about a shopping mall security guard was a rather weak idea even if I didn't think that this movie was as bad as many seem to think. Indeed, I usually don't like much comedies making fun of some terribly stupid characters (for example, I do think that 'Dumb and Dumber' is easily one of the most overrated movies ever made) but this one turned out to be actually watchable. Of course, some of the jokes were just rather cringe-inducing but some of them were actually quite funny. For example, pretty much all the scene involving Ronnie's mother were just spot-on. Furthermore, it was a great move to have Ray Liotta who was completely straight playing his usual seasoned no-nonsense cop. Eventually, even though Ronnie was vastly incompetent and should have been fired a long time ago, he wasn't necessarily a bad person after all but was he actually really entertaining? I'm not so sure but, at least, with his bipolar disorder, he was more interesting than the character played by Anna Faris who always seems to be stuck playing some dumb blonde. Anyway, to conclude, I'm not sure if I should recommend this movie but I don't think it was so bad and you might check it out, at least, if you like the genre.