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Hot Fuzz Do you like all types of films and where waiting until a film of all you're favourites mixed together came out? Produced by Working Title Films and Directed by Edger Wright, "Shaun of the Dead". Edger Wright has created yet another great action/comedy/crime/mystery movie Starring Simon Pegg himself, and featuring British stars like Bill Nighy (Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest), Martin Freeman (The U.K. version of The Office), Cate Blanchett (The Lord of the Rings, Babel), Timothy Dalton (once James Bond), Jim Broadbent (The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe), Paddy Considine (Cinderella Man), and Steve Coogan (Marie Antoinette). It makes fun of the normal action movie genre with its action movie camera shots, sound effects, and tension but with ridiculous names, unexpected happenings and out of the ordinary actor's roles (for example, an old lady with a machine gun). ...read more.


He quickly fits in to the new style of life but doesn't adapt to the fact that the police force is not serious enough, they go looking for missing swans and street performers instead of fighting crime. Throughout the film the relationship between Nicholas Angel and his colleague Danny Butterman (Nick Frost), who is the son of the town's top cop, Frank Butterman (Jim Broadbent) improves dramatically. Angel also arrests Danny for drunk driving on his first night in Sandford without knowing he is a policeman. But there is more going on in this little village than church fairs and citizen watch committees and soon Angel is investigating numerous incidents. Since the village's accident rate is so high and the crime rate is so low, the police force and the villagers instinctively class them as accidents... ...read more.


They managed this in Shaun of the Dead but Hot Fuzz was much more work. Despite this the brilliant writers, Edger Wright and Simon Pegg, managed it even better than in "Shaun of the Dead" you could even say: 'to perfection'. Edger and Pegg are getting better and better, I can't wait until their next film, which I hope will be even better. In conclusion, while there are prodist elements in Hot Fuzz its still an action movie so you will like it even if you are not a big comedie lover because its hard to not like the jokes that Wright and Pegg have created. I think Hot Fuzz should be seen by everybody because it would cheer them up for the next week or two.You should go watch the movie as soon as possible. I strongly recommend Hot Fuzz. ?? ?? ?? ?? Remi Lees year 10 15/03/2008 ...read more.

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