As for Rogen, I do not know. With every successive movie he headlines from Knocked Up, Pineapple Express, and Zack and Miri Make a Porno, there simply grows an indignation inside me about how this guy is not cut out to be a comic leading man (his only decent role for me was a supporting one in the still very funny The 40-Year-Old Virgin with Steve Carell). Now putting him in the muddier material of Observe and Report clarifies for me why. Moreover, he also seems stuck in his own world where he plays roles where he can continually get away with acting like the juvenile teens in Superbad and as jerky and objectifying towards everyone around him, particularly women, under the veil of comedy. I do not mind dark, vulgar or raunchy comedies in and of themselves because I believe that comedy can redeem most anything, but even as a guy, I get increasingly bothered by Rogen's characters and would like to tell him to finally get out of his basement, grow up, and learn some manners within his movies before he can pick up the actual refined tools for cathartic comedy. And you know what? Even Kevin James as Paul Blart: Mall Cop, for all its various silly inanities, is way ahead of him.