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A hilarious mix of Shawn of the Dead and the Bad Boys, here come the Stanford Police Service. Seeing this film guarantees Laugh Out loud entertainment and impressive action scenes, keeping you on the edge of your seat wondering what might happen next. They went all out throwing every pun into the mix, not all of them hit the funny spot, and its them trying that made the film real. Written by Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright the team of Shaun of the Dead the film hit my vote for Film of the Year 2007, Im sure you would agree.
The first twenty minutes of the film are spent introducing Nicholas Angel; at this stage you almost fall asleep at his character. He is a perfect cop in many aspects and does his duties so well that he makes his fellow colleges look bad. As a result his fellow police colleges get him transferred to the village of the year, a crime free town in Gloucestershire named Stanford. You simply feel they never find the pure inspirational ideas like Shaun of the Dead; they keep the story real without countless zombies running through the suburbs.
The movie has a very slow storyline, but is incredibly acceptable as the fun loving Danny Butterman (Nick Frost) is introduced into the role. The two come together as the movie becomes the perfect comic duo. Danny is fat bumbling enthusiastic accompanied with the one-man army of Angel and it isnt long before you are mesmerised by their great chemistry together. Angel is met by a town seemingly crime free, he still finds crimes unnoticed by others (e.g. under age drinkers, unlicensed guns and an inactive sea mine). At first Angel isnt interested in being partners with Danny, but over a pint and some action movies the bond. Soon after his arrival there are serious of murders disguised as accidents, this makes Angel uncomfortable and his suspicious instinct begins to unravel a series if surprises.
Hot Fuzz is a bag of laughs and I strongly recommend everyone to watch! Some people say stupid, boring, dull and has all been done before. Loads of hidden jokes! But you miss most of the jokes so it is imperative to watch it the second time to understand the directors distinctive humour. Film was tedious, due to the storyline being thin prolonged it is vital to hang on to each word that the director has written and be ready