The Heat

By Princess1966
Written July 07, 2013
One of the funniest (if not THE funniest) movies I have ever seen!!! :-) If you are offended by sexual references and/or a lot of cussiing - including the F word, DO NOT GO. If you are not offended, it is a MUST SEE!! Fantastic acting by both awesome leading ladies!! I rarely buy movies, but I WILL buy this one when the DVD comes out!!! Sandi, Bradenton, Florida
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Laugh Fest

By blumusdu
Written June 29, 2013
This was one of the funniest movies I've seen in a long time. I want to see it again because it was very funny and I couldn't hear all of Melissa's jokes over my and the audience's laughing. I tried to stop laughing just so I could hear all the jokes but I couldn't hear over everyone else. That was the worst part of the movie, missing jokes because laughter was too loud. There were some bloody parts that were hilarious. This was a great performance by the two leading ladies.
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Best Movie I've Seen in a Long Time!

By kkmarie97
Written August 22, 2014
Okay, for starters, to everybody freaking out about the language, it is indeed an R rated movie so if you don't like cursing, don't go to an R rated movie. I personally felt the strong language helped McCarthy's character. It helped deliver a point. It also helped with humor. I never laugh out loud at movies but this one had me howling.
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I Laughed Until I Cried!

By bmbunch
Written July 01, 2013
This movie kept me entertained throughout. It was long enough to actually tell a full story, but short enough that I never got bored. There is considerable language in it, though. Fantastic!
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Excellent - Women in Law and Order - Action Flick

By Lsavan
Written July 07, 2013
Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy - They were just excellent together in this movie. I think both sexes would like this "Good Cop, Bad Cop' routine. Yes, it appears when we are introduced to FBI Special Agent Sarah Ashburn (Sandra Bullock) - that her team, and yes her manager just don't care for her uptight perfectionist character. Shipping here to B-town - was the right move to join Shannon Mullins (Melissa McCarthy), one of Boston P.D.'s "finest cops as "Shannon - potty mouth" helps Sarah be more or less [more]'normal' as they kick-butt and become buddies. Yes, it had a plot, yes the things that McCarthy did were off the wall...yet no different than any guy in a Good Cop, Bad Cop routine! (Think Bruce.) Loved it, looking forward to The Heat 2.
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