Rogue Pictures | Release Date: April 20, 2007
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MrMovieBuffSep 18, 2016
Crime learns to pay a big price when a police officer is re-assigned in 'Hot Fuzz', the second chapter in Edgar Wright's "Three Flavors of Cornetto" trilogy after 'Shaun of the Dead' (2004).

Sergeant Nick Angel (Simon Pegg), a well working
Crime learns to pay a big price when a police officer is re-assigned in 'Hot Fuzz', the second chapter in Edgar Wright's "Three Flavors of Cornetto" trilogy after 'Shaun of the Dead' (2004).

Sergeant Nick Angel (Simon Pegg), a well working member of the Metropolitan Police is told that he has been re-assigned to the village of Sanford in Gloucestershire because his hard work makes everyone else in the service look bad. The village that he is sent to seems to be devoid of any crime whatsoever, there are no crimes or anything to report, so it seems that everything is hunky dory.

Nick meets a fellow colleague named Danny Butterman (Nick Frost) who likes to think that working in the police force is like being in an action movie.

A frustrated Sergeant Angel notices that there is crime happening everywhere in the village, but cannot seem to convince anyone else since they think everything that is happening are all accidents. People are getting killed up and down the village, but his colleagues thinks that the people are just getting into serious accidents resulting in death.

'Hot Fuzz' is very funny, and at times, it's better than 'Shaun of the Dead' (2004), which I thought was great. Director Edgar Wright and co-writer Simon Pegg deliver a very sharp and over-the-top comedy, there are no limits with their humor, 'Hot Fuzz' is a delight for fans of hardcore action films and buddy cop movies.
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TheArchetypesSep 9, 2016
This is a great movie that I thoroughly enjoyed. While being made by the same people as Shaun of the Dead, it is not the same kind of humour and really shouldn't be compared with. This is an english spoof of cop movies, while the other is aThis is a great movie that I thoroughly enjoyed. While being made by the same people as Shaun of the Dead, it is not the same kind of humour and really shouldn't be compared with. This is an english spoof of cop movies, while the other is a spoof of zombie movies. Not exactly comparable. Anyway, see this movie and Shaun of the Dead, then the next movie they make, which I believe has something to do with a spoof of space invaders or something. Expand
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aadityamudharApr 18, 2016
This is a great movie that I thoroughly enjoyed. While being made by the same people as Shaun of the Dead, it is not the same kind of humor and really shouldn't be compared with. This is an english spoof of cop movies, while the other is aThis is a great movie that I thoroughly enjoyed. While being made by the same people as Shaun of the Dead, it is not the same kind of humor and really shouldn't be compared with. This is an english spoof of cop movies, while the other is a spoof of zombie movies. Not exactly comparable. Anyway, see this movie and Shaun of the Dead, then the next movie they make, which I believe has something to do with a spoof of space invaders or something. Expand
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MovieMasterEddyApr 3, 2016
A by-the-book top cop and his bozo sidekick uncover murder and mayhem in a picturesque English village in “Hot Fuzz,” a straight-faced British spoof of everything from Yank crimers and slasher pics to Agatha Christie whodunits and homoeroticA by-the-book top cop and his bozo sidekick uncover murder and mayhem in a picturesque English village in “Hot Fuzz,” a straight-faced British spoof of everything from Yank crimers and slasher pics to Agatha Christie whodunits and homoerotic U.S. buddy movies.

Aside from Pegg (again co-scripting) and Frost, his colleagues on the cult TV comedy series “Spaced” (1999-2001), Wright has assembled a roll call of well-known character actors, including Bill Nighy and Steve Coogan in cameos, an almost unrecognizable Billie Whitelaw as a hotelier and vets Edward Woodward, Timothy Dalton and Jim Broadbent as village folk. Recognition factor is part of the joke — as is the multitude of comic references in the dialogue (some strictly British, others more international) — but the pic’s fast pacing and general targets should ensure a warm welcome beyond U.K. shores.

In a zappy intro, we meet dedicated cop Nicholas Angel (Pegg), whose idea of an evening’s entertainment is watering his Japanese peace lily. Humorless Angel is so good at everything he does (with an arrest rate 400% higher than that of any other cop) that his superiors (Martin Freeman, Coogan, Nighy) elevate him to sergeant but also exile him to the West Country village of Sandford to stop him from showing them up.

The local cop shop is run by chummy Inspector Frank Butterman (Broadbent), and the two detectives (Paddy Considine, Rafe Spall) are leering idiots who wouldn’t know a crime if it bit them on the ass. Angel gets everyone’s backs up his first night by arresting all the under-18s in the local pub and hauling in for drunk driving a slob called Danny (Frost), who turns out to be Butterman’s son and Andy’s future partner.

The sly comedy, paragraphed at regular intervals by machine-gun editing inserts, moseys along in a style similar to “Shaun of the Dead” for the first hour, though without the laid-back, couch-potato tone that reflected that movie’s characters. Pegg is very good at this kind of double-take humor sans the double take, and his chemistry with Frost (which later morphs into a parody of buddy movies) seems effortless.

A plot of sorts hoves into view at the halfway mark as a figure in Grim Reaper garb begins killing the villagers, starting with an obnoxious lawyer and then fanning out to include a businessman, a florist and a local journo. Decorated with gallons of spurting blood, the murders — the last of which is hilariously spectacular — prep the ground for the third act, in which Sandford becomes the unlikely stage for bullet ballets and screeching car chases as Angel and Danny lay bare the truth.

Some may miss the bumbling humor and 100% English tone of “Shaun,” which was painfully exact in hitting its targets. “Fuzz” is much slicker and more international in feel, and in its final reels, it doesn’t know when to quit. Pic could easily lose 15 minutes from its two-hour running time.

Still, there are few dull patches, largely thanks to a cast that seems to be having a ball and, more importantly, communicates that via Wright’s script and direction. Broadbent and Dalton are especially good as Angel’s hail-fellow-well-met superior and oily No. 1 suspect.

Production values are fine, with flavorsome use of the village of Wells, Somerset, standing in for the fictional Sandford; Jess Hall’s widescreen lensing and Chris Dickens’ smart editing proving smooth partners. Color temperatures on print caught were not ideal, ranging from warm and reddish to cold and steely. David Arnold’s brash score hits the Stateside genre mark.
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Tss5078Jan 11, 2016
The comedic duo of Simon Pegg and Nick Frost are changing the way people view British comedy. For decades, the Brits have been far behind us, featuring the dry, the peculiar, the tedious, and worst of all, Monty Python. Ten years ago, IThe comedic duo of Simon Pegg and Nick Frost are changing the way people view British comedy. For decades, the Brits have been far behind us, featuring the dry, the peculiar, the tedious, and worst of all, Monty Python. Ten years ago, I wouldn't see a British comedy if you paid me, but now, all I need is to see this duo involved and I'm there! Hot Fuzz was the duos follow up to the wildly successful Shaun of The Dead, and while it doesn't compare to that film, it is still a really funny movie. The film features Simon Pegg as London's toughest cop, who is unwillingly transferred to a small town in the country. Paired with an idiot, he's about to die of boredom, and starts looking into the towns history of mysterious accidents, only to discover a pattern. Once Pegg has the scent, he's on the trail of a long running town secret, one that is ridiculous yet hilarious. Unlike Shaun of The Dead, the story here isn't as cut and dry. It requires some background and does take quite a while to get going. Unlike any of their other films, previously or since, the duo decided to pack all the fun into the last half hour of the film. Hot Fuzz certainly has it's moments, but it's the last half hour that makes it a classic. Simon Pegg plays the serious one for a change, leaving much of the laughs up to Nick Frost who certainly doesn't disappoint. Personally, I prefer Pegg over Frost and would have liked to see his character loosen up a little bit, but it doesn't really take anything away from the story. The first half hour of this film, you're going to think I'm crazy, but by the last half hour, you'll be thanking me for recommending you see this film. It is a must for fans of buddy comedies and it just might force you to watch Shaun of The Dead again. Expand
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BarneyOnMTJan 5, 2016
WHAT I LIKED: It properly makes you smile - Pegg and Frost deliver humour and quirkiness round ever corner. 'Hot Fuzz' even has a great, off the wall plot and action too
WHAT I DIDN'T LIKE: It's not their funniest adventure as the humour
WHAT I LIKED: It properly makes you smile - Pegg and Frost deliver humour and quirkiness round ever corner. 'Hot Fuzz' even has a great, off the wall plot and action too
WHAT I DIDN'T LIKE: It's not their funniest adventure as the humour isn't consistent, plus 'Hot Fuzz' doesn't feel so much of a movie, more like a great tv show thanks to it's single setting
VERDICT: An off the wall gem from Frost and Pegg, that just could be funnier.
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kyle20ellisSep 28, 2015
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Hot Fuzz will ruin the buddy-cop genre for you, and you'll love it for it. While it's not an amazing action film or an outstanding comedy of its own right, the way it blends the two into both an homage and a satire is brilliant. Its characters, plot, setting, and style (especially its use of absurdly fast cuts, a la The Bourne series) all say "Isn't this awesome?" and "Isn't this stupid?" at once, and it's right about both. Expand
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TrilobiteGAug 22, 2015
By far the best of the cornetto trilogy. Finally a good proper story with some actually funny moments and impressive action sequences as well. Just wish this movie was 30 minutes shorter as the first act is a little dry,
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cryhardhumorJul 26, 2015
It's a breath of fresh air to watch a movie which is more than just pointing the camera at an actor and telling them to say something funny, but instead is stylish, hilarious, action packed, and beautifully uses both audio and visuals toIt's a breath of fresh air to watch a movie which is more than just pointing the camera at an actor and telling them to say something funny, but instead is stylish, hilarious, action packed, and beautifully uses both audio and visuals to create jokes and laughs through out instead of just a punchline here and there Expand
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moslegend34Jun 26, 2015
Loved it! Pegg really comes of age after a breakthrough performance in 'Shawn of the Dead. The director uses a combination of diegetic music, short sharp camera shots as well as the recurring motif such as 'The Greater good' to dish up anLoved it! Pegg really comes of age after a breakthrough performance in 'Shawn of the Dead. The director uses a combination of diegetic music, short sharp camera shots as well as the recurring motif such as 'The Greater good' to dish up an absolute feast of a police flick.
Worth a look if you're a fan of slapstick comedy and old English charm. Tim Dalton particularly excels as the voraciously charming supermarket attendant. The blistering car chases and action scenes are certainly nothing to scoff at either. Quality flick!
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SpangleJun 21, 2015
A great blend of comedy, intrigue, and comedy action, Hot Fuzz is a fun film by director Edgar Wright that continues to show his talents as an auteur. Brilliantly directed and scripted, the film features great performances from Simon Pegg andA great blend of comedy, intrigue, and comedy action, Hot Fuzz is a fun film by director Edgar Wright that continues to show his talents as an auteur. Brilliantly directed and scripted, the film features great performances from Simon Pegg and Nick Frost and features a plot that is incredibly interesting to follow. The characters are all really well done, but above all, the film is a ton of fun. As with all Edgar Wright films, they are well made and well written, so they meet those requirements for a good film and then they are entertaining, so you get to watch something that is really well put together and is fun to watch. A win-win, really. The action is as over the top as it should be in this one, as it is intended to be comedic and boy is it ever. The comedy is sometimes quite overt and sometimes a bit more subtle, which I really enjoy, as it adds a sharpness and wittiness that many comedy films ignore. Overall, Hot Fuzz is a really good film that entertains throughout and is a perfect display of Wright's directing ability. Expand
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MovieManiac83Apr 24, 2015
It has been remarked by more than one critic that the action comedy can be one of the easiest movies to make poorly and one of the most difficult to make effectively. The problem is evident: comedy and action often war with one another, eachIt has been remarked by more than one critic that the action comedy can be one of the easiest movies to make poorly and one of the most difficult to make effectively. The problem is evident: comedy and action often war with one another, each trying to steal the spotlight at the expense of the other. If there's too much humor or the jokes are too fatuous, the action feels extraneous. And if the film is slanted toward action, the comedy can feel out of place and, if poorly executed, can kill the momentum. The team of Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg, the guys who combined guffaws and gore in Shaun of the Dead, have elected to follow their offbeat zombie farce with an action comedy. Considering their earlier success, it is perhaps unsurprising that they have gotten it mostly right. Hot Fuzz is a little too long and suffers from a sagging midsection when the level of exposition becomes laborious, but the spectacularly entertaining final 30 minutes compensates for a lot of flaws.

One key element that Wright and Pegg nail is to develop characters we care about and situations that, while not breathtakingly compelling, are at least interesting. While there have been plenty of exceptions throughout the years (48 Hours, True Lies, and so forth…), the generic action comedy cannot boast either quality. Often, action scenes are just flashy ways to pad out things between the jokes and the protagonists are thinly drawn caricatures. Given the backing of someone with money, it's easy enough to make those soulless, by-the-numbers comedies and we see a few every year. Attempting and succeeding at something more ambitious is the mark of an interesting filmmaker. In the end, Hot Fuzz does for the action comedy what Shaun of the Dead did for the horror comedy.

Hot Fuzz relies so heavily on character and plot development that it takes an overlong 90 minutes before things start getting outrageous. That's not to say the setup is without merit, but the humor during these sequences is more restrained than what comes later. There are plenty of subtle jabs, visual gags, and a few high profile cameos (Cate Blanchett, Peter Jackson, Bill Nighy). The wink-wink-nudge-nudge "buddy" relationship between partners Angel and Danny is developed in such a way that it mimics the formula of a romantic liaison without ever straying beyond the platonic. This is part of the parody. These two never whisper sweet nothings or engage in anything that might disturb homophobes, but they fall asleep on the couch next to each other after watching movies on TV and Angel later buys flowers for Danny. The movie has fun toying with this dynamic.

Then, 30 minutes before the film winds down, all hell breaks loose. The filmmakers pull out the stops and satirize every imaginable cliché of the genre, throwing in visual references to dozens of contemporary cop movies. John Woo, Quentin Tarantino, and Clint Eastwood collide in a hail of gunfire as the fuzz go in, guns blazing, to reclaim the grocery store and the town from the nefarious do-badders who have taken possession of it. And just because this is a comedy doesn't mean Wright shies from gore. The impaling of one character is shown in the most graphic manner possible. There are no sacred cows, either. Priests blaspheme and an old woman gets kicked in the face.

Hot Fuzz is the second police satire to arrive in theaters this year and it is vastly superior to Reno 911. That earlier film is an example of what happens when a movie uses lame material to tie together an uneven string of jokes. Hot Fuzz has a higher agenda, and it shows. This movie wants to tickle the funny bone while telling a story that's worth telling. For the most part, Wright achieves this aim. A slightly trimmed down Hot Fuzz might have provided a more heady brew, but even with a little more fat than is necessary, this one offers enjoyable fare with more than one masterful course.
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FilmVirtueSep 10, 2014
This has to be the best buddy cop film every created. But is that a surprise? You have Pegg and Wright pulling the strings on the film. Nothing but pure entertainment.
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chwJul 17, 2014
Hot Fuzz was slow, but it turned out being quite good. It's not as funny as Shaun of the Dead or The World's End, but storywise, it's up there with the other two.
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Meth-dudeApr 19, 2014
The trio Wright/Pegg/Frost are again in the best comedy/action movie of the year!There is a lot of action and the humour is really funny, i enjoyed the movie from the first minute to the last.
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marcmyworksJan 20, 2014
This film is a "Midsomer Murder" to the ultimate extreme. The execution, effects and ideas are out of this World amazing. The references to American television and film culture in a quiet English village is a true testament to how 'meta' theThis film is a "Midsomer Murder" to the ultimate extreme. The execution, effects and ideas are out of this World amazing. The references to American television and film culture in a quiet English village is a true testament to how 'meta' the film world has become. Expand
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FranzHcriticJan 9, 2014
A hilarious parody of the buddy-cop comedy with elaborate camerawork, ludicrous and ridiculous yet witty dialogue, and yet again brilliant writing by Pegg and Wright, who always can turn a known American genre into a comedic screwball satire.
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sinadoomDec 26, 2013
An amazing movie. This is what it's all about. It's funny all the way through, has great acting, is genuinely gripping and not predictable. The story, action, everything is perfectly paced and very original, light-hearted and witty. WhatAn amazing movie. This is what it's all about. It's funny all the way through, has great acting, is genuinely gripping and not predictable. The story, action, everything is perfectly paced and very original, light-hearted and witty. What makes it so good is how they capitalised on every opportunity to make hilarious scenes out of what one would expect to be emotional situations. Whilst a lot of action movies try really hard by using a lot of special effects, near-perfect scenery and high budgets, Hot Fuzz is very much a realist movie. It blends real-world situations with outrageously impossible physics and cliché combat. The result is something which nearly everyone will like, because it doesn't take itself seriously yet isn't boring or shallow to watch. A definite must-see. Expand
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THEBUTTONMASHERDec 17, 2013
This movie is a funny, action comedy, Starring Simon Pegg & Nick Frost, based on funny hilarious cops, there are some very nice laughs and tense action scenes it also has a great plot and script, overall I would give a 9/10 for this movie.
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cag11Nov 29, 2013
This movie is much more funny than Shaun of the Dead, and has a much better story with just as good if not better acting. It even executed the story almost perfectly.
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RayzorMooseNov 13, 2013
Hot Fuzz heats up.
The very beginning of the movie appears a bit bland, a few one liners, but nothing spectacular. It then masterfully evolves into a mystery, action, and comedy all simultaneously, which it somehow manages to nail. Hot Fuzz
Hot Fuzz heats up.
The very beginning of the movie appears a bit bland, a few one liners, but nothing spectacular. It then masterfully evolves into a mystery, action, and comedy all simultaneously, which it somehow manages to nail. Hot Fuzz is extremely unique and very entertaining.
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StevenFOct 22, 2013
The second part of the "Cornetto trilogy" which belongs to writers Edgar Wright (also director) and Simon Pegg takes a more in your face approach to parody than Shaun of the Dead did with its zombie theme, this outing, 'Hot Fuzz', focuses onThe second part of the "Cornetto trilogy" which belongs to writers Edgar Wright (also director) and Simon Pegg takes a more in your face approach to parody than Shaun of the Dead did with its zombie theme, this outing, 'Hot Fuzz', focuses on Nicholas Angel, played by Pegg, who has quite the immaculate record working in London as the city's finest police officer, he wipes the floor clean single-handedly which is how the film sets itself up, he's being kicked out to the country for making the rest of the city officers look bad. His first night out in his new country village of Sandford consists of cleaning out a pub full of underage drinkers and escorting a drunken man to the station, which turns out to be his new partner, Danny (Nick Frost). Danny is the cop who wants to see all the explosions and take part in car chases, but Sergeant Angel is the one who has experienced it and now must adjust to life in this quiet and slow moving way of life, which turns out isn't so quiet after all.
Angel begins to notice patterns in a series of gruesome 'accidents', yet the attitude of his colleagues remains playful while they munch out on cookies and cake, the sharp wit returns from 'Shaun', with even a few of the same lines carrying over to bridge the films together for those following them, we also have the heightened tension of the film style which applies to anything, whether pouring pint or an intense gunfight, it takes all the best and cheesiest elements of classic cop films of the 80s and throws them all into the one pot, sometimes it feels like too much, but it's still better than 'Shaun', taking a different approach and involving many more characters, including the perfectly cunning Timothy Dalton as a supermarket owner, Jim Broadbent as the likeable Inspector Frank, also father to Danny, the two Andy's, played by Paddy Considine and Rafe Spall with Bill Bailey also making a comical appearance. The film offers up all the side-splitting comedy that the first of the variety trilogy offered, but it goes a step further with taking various characters and introducing them to new ways of life, even offering up a finale that was much more fun and thrilling than many of the films it is sending up. Pegg and Frost continue to be a dynamic pairing onscreen with the help of an ensemble cast, this is a simple story which is proven by Angel coming up with a complex idea as to why these grisly occurrences have happened when in actual fact, it was simpler than he thought, funny, dark but also thrilling with excellent performances that mirror a finely tuned and humorous script that will sit nicely sit firmly as a classic amongst UK audiences.
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mymediaSep 30, 2013
Witty and hilarious with a nice dose of action What more do you need in a movie? Nick Frost and Simon Pegg are brilliant together and this movie is a riot from start to end.
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Jake_Sep 28, 2013
Hot Fuzz is brilliantly written. It has an amazing storyline and some great characters. The 2nd in the Cornetto Trilogy, Hot Fuzz is an instant classic. The ending is fantastic, and satisfyingly anticlimactic. Loved this movie.
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nafeesSep 3, 2013
One of the best comedy ever. A landmark for Simon Pegg and Nick Frost. This movie definitely defined them. Hope they make more of this sort.
The cast is good. The acting is almost there. And over all Hilarious.
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yanleproSep 2, 2013
This is my very favourite film ever. I think I've watched it 6 times and I still discovered little funny details I hadn't spotted the 5 previous times. Hot fuzz is absolutely brilliant, as by the story it relates than by the background or theThis is my very favourite film ever. I think I've watched it 6 times and I still discovered little funny details I hadn't spotted the 5 previous times. Hot fuzz is absolutely brilliant, as by the story it relates than by the background or the characters or the references to other films or the actors... I think we can compare watching this film to eating a huge chocolate egg which contains big chocolate eggs which themselves contain other chocolate eggs etc... We don't know when finding new tiny eggs will stop Expand
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VelsuanAug 28, 2013
One of the best British film ever made! That's it. Spread the word! The script is brilliant, every word count, the acting is brilliant, every character is relevant. But.... just stop right here and watch this masterpiece right now. The storyOne of the best British film ever made! That's it. Spread the word! The script is brilliant, every word count, the acting is brilliant, every character is relevant. But.... just stop right here and watch this masterpiece right now. The story may seem slow within the first half hour, but the entire plot became soon extremely satisfying. Expand
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Saggarwal20Aug 22, 2013
I really liked Hot Fuzz it's got action, gore and comedy I also liked the acting from Simon Pegg and Nick Frost and all the other cast involved in this awesome movie, great directing by Edgar Wright I think he's the best British director
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BrandonBonaseraAug 10, 2013
An epic, bloody and hilarious satire than is both well-made and extremely clever along with the film also being constantly entertaining. Hot Fuzz is plenty of fun and will please both action and comedy fans.
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Luke_McLaughlinJul 27, 2013
Hot Fuzz is, without any doubt, the best comedic buddy cop film ever made. It strategically places golden nuggets throughout that are referenced over and over again throughout the movie. It can be watched countless times and still present newHot Fuzz is, without any doubt, the best comedic buddy cop film ever made. It strategically places golden nuggets throughout that are referenced over and over again throughout the movie. It can be watched countless times and still present new jokes to the viewer. It is written to an unbelievably polished level, the editing is sharp, the directing is fantastic, and the acting of the entire ensemble is absolutely unbelievable. Pegg, Frost, and Wright are masterminds. They proved it firstly in Shaun of the Dead and they continued that tradition with this brilliant film. It is crude yet sophisticated, simple yet complicated, funny yet heartbreaking, but most importantly comedy film making at its absolute finest. A must see. Expand
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