Hot Fuzz Blurb

And following right on the heels of the Die Hard sequel, British smash Hot Fuzz squeals onto U.S. screens.  From the awesome creators and stars of Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz is an excellent satire of action films, starring a huge British cast, lead by Simon Pegg and Nick Frost. Nicholas Angel (played by Simon Pegg) is also a super cop, only stationed in London, where they do not carry guns.  Instead, makes use of his razor sharp ball point pen and fully loaded notepad.  However, the rest of the London PD does not appreciate the wonderful job Angel is doing, and he is transferred to the small, rural town of Sanford, Gloucestershire. 

There he chases after graffiti vandals, shop-lifters, and runaway geese.  His only consolation is making friends with Constable Danny Butterman, the Chief Inspector’s son, who introduces him to the awe-inspiring world of shoot-em-up movies. Hot Fuzz would keep the audience guessing “What’s next?” if they weren’t laughing so hard.

6 thoughts on “Hot Fuzz Blurb”

  1. As a fan of Shaun of the Dead, I was very much looking forward to seeing Hot Fuzz. I agree with your review and thought it was very funny, although I will say it was not as funny as Shaun of the Dead.

    Not to pick on you specifically, but why are there so many reviewers being lazy about their reviews? This “blurb” business isn’t really what we’re supposed to be doing here, is it?

  2. Err…well…for one it was only two examples, and for two, it is an example of another way “reviews” are written. If you check out my other reviews, you will find that I tend on the lengthy side…so…your comment isn’t very valid.

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