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Hot Fuzz

February 28, 2007

Well, that was a fantastic film. It wastes no time in getting on its way, with comedy from the first scene to the last. The film’s brilliant sense of stupidity is portrayed well while Simon Pegg manages to keep his character as a stern work headed individual, no small task considering the other actors. My personal highlight was the inclusion of Bill Bailey, I didn’t see that coming! Then alongside the great pace and comedy, the film features some nicely over the top gore, some hilariously unbelievable moments of, and it’s all very British. It’s hard to talk in depth about the film without spoiling some of the better setpieces but needless to say, see the film.

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