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    Mallrat and Mall Grab agree ‘Paul Blart: Mall Cop’ is the best movie ever

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    B-Side is our latest news section breaking the stories you won’t read about anywhere else. Hard hitting news off the back of a truck that we published without fact checking.

    Two of Australia’s finest musical exports Mallrat and Mall Grab have shared a joint statement today expressing their love for the 2009 blockbuster hit ‘Paul Blart: Mall Cop’.

    The much loved film, starring none other than Kevin James from the famed sitcom The King Of Queens, was shunned of an Oscar nod at the time of it’s release, however the sheer cinematic prowess that film honed has been celebrated by the two artists, and we can confirm it does not have anything to do with the pair having the word ‘Mall’ in their names.

    Detailing their love for the film, the pair said “Paul Blart: Mall Cop is one of the greatest films ever made for the way in which is transcends so many cinematic themes. The movie is a love story as much as it is an action packed thriller, and Kevin James’ work in the lead role is nothing short of incredible.”

    We have reached out to both artists for further comment on the relevance of their statement, and for their thoughts on the critically acclaimed sequel released in 2015 but they declined to respond. We will update this article as it unfolds.

    Source: Stoney Roads

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