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Pegg and Wright are armed with an endlessly impressive arsenal of attention grabbers, from witty editing tricks to a wry soundtrack and a joke-packed script that demands multiple viewings. Read full review
It's as laceratingly entertaining as its predecessor. Read full review
If you see Hot Fuzz, you'll never again watch a Michael Bay film without howling with disrespectful laughter. Read full review
In the very funny cop comedy Hot Fuzz, overachieving London police officer Nicholas Angel (Simon Pegg) commits a very British sin: He's too good. Read full review
It's bloody carnage - or it's ketchup, or bolognese sauce, at the very least. Read full review
It's to the "Lethal Weapon" movies what left-hand driving on a country lane is to a freeway chase: pokey, more than a little daft, but with a bloody surprise around every hedge. Read full review
Plays like two films in one, and succeeds on both levels. Read full review
It's a blast. Read full review
Though it's no "Monty Python," Hot Fuzz is a clever, over-the-top marriage of mayhem and merriment. Read full review
All the action is staged with energy, but it gets relentless without anything really funny going on. Read full review
never stops being smart and hilarious
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