Hot Fuzz [2007] Movie Review Recommendation

Hot Fuzz [2007]

After his first commercial success with Shaun of the Dead, director Edgar Wright along with Simon Pegg decided to create the so called Three Flavours Cornetto trilogy. Hot Fuzz is the second movie, with The World’s End serving as a finale of the trilogy. All three movies are phenomenal, with totally different settings and stories but very familiar characters. Hot Fuzz is actually an homage to buddy cop sub-genre. Apart from flawless script, this movie showcases Wright’s almost otherworldly directorial skills. Every shot was perfectly framed with smooth transitions between the scenes and stunning cinematography. Made by a movie fan for movie fans, if you want to break into directing just try to learn as much as you can from Wright. This movie is like the best Hot Fuzz [2007] Movie Review Recommendation Posteramusement park ever opened. You just run at frantic pace from one ride to another and after you have seen all there is to see, you start noticing those small details that create a whole new dynamic.

Nicholas Angel is a supercop who manages to catch every criminal on the the street, but jealous co workers arranged his transfer to a small town. While suffering through this culture shock, Nicholas is assigned a partner that is a total opposite of him. This odd couple will witness the strange events that are unfolding in this weird and mysterious small community. Great performances all around are almost usual for a Edgar Wright movie. There are also a lot of action in this movie, but good old over-the-top action that mixes so well with this style of comedy. They go together like beer and peanuts. So you’re in for a great ride; highly entertaining, these ones do not show up so often, so enjoy in Hot Fuzz as much as you can…

Director: Edgar Wright

Cast: Simon Pegg, Martin Freeman, Bill Nighy, Robert Popper, Nick Frost

When in costume Nick Frost and Simon Pegg often were assumed to be police officers. Many strangers asked them for directions and instead of telling the truth they went along with it. They claimed it made them feel powerful.


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