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2007 2.8/5 IMDb 7.9/10 (351k) R SuperHD 120 minutes

A top London cop is assigned to investigate a seemingly sleepy town, which suddenly starts to stir with a series of grisly "accidents."

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Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Jim Broadbent, Paddy Considine, Timothy Dalton, Bill Nighy, Billie Whitelaw, Edward Woodward Directed by Edgar Wright

Action & Adventure, Action Comedies, Crime Action & Adventure, Comedies, Dark Comedies, Satires, British Movies


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NYT Critics' Pick: Banished to the Country, a Too-Good Cop Finds an Action-Movie Parody

Think of “Hot Fuzz,” a British parody of Hollywood-style action flicks, as “The Full Monty” blown to smithereens. — Manohla Dargis Read the review

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It's such a vibrant goof, so full of love both for the movies and for its cast of ridiculous characters that you forgive it the odd soggy stretch.

Dana Stevens, Slate, 2007-08-18


Wright and Pegg have topped Shaun of the Dead by trans(atlantic)planting a whole gaggle of genres.

Richard Corliss, TIME Magazine, 2007-04-24


The movie duly quickens into pursuits of every speed, and the homage to action thrillers is there in the smallest detail; the clicking of a ballpoint pen, say, is amplified to sound as menacing as the cocking of a gun.

Anthony Lane, New Yorker, 2007-04-23


Hot Fuzz is everything an action-comedy should be. It achieves through parody what most films in the genre can't accomplish straight.

Nathan Rabin, AV Club, 2007-04-21


Because this culture-clash comedy has real characters, a real story and a real big payoff, the two-hour length is a light sentence.

Joe Williams, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 2007-04-21


Though it's no Monty Python, Hot Fuzz is a clever, over-the-top marriage of mayhem and merriment.

Claudia Puig, USA Today, 2007-04-20


What prevents Hot Fuzz from crossing over into already well-travelled Naked Gun territory is the constant bouncing of high-Hollywood style and the timid, teatime setting.

Geoff Pevere, Toronto Star, 2007-04-20


What will Wright and Pegg set their targets for next? I don't know, but I'll be watching.

Moira MacDonald, Seattle Times, 2007-04-20


Only people who have an equal fondness for strolls through English cottage gardens and Dirty Harry movies are going to fall madly in love with the film, but just about everybody is going to like it.

Peter Hartlaub, San Francisco Chronicle, 2007-04-20


Although Hot Fuzz is a good 30 minutes too long (the ending -- or endings -- are endless), it is also good for long stretches of laughs.

Steven Rea, Philadelphia Inquirer, 2007-04-20


This rude, bodily fluid-spattered romp is like the Red Bull version of every bad buddy police picture a little Lethal Weapon, a lot of Bad Boys, and waaaaay too much Point Break.

Roger Moore, Orlando Sentinel, 2007-04-20


Summer hasn't arrived, but the funniest riff on a summer movie genre has already landed.

David Ansen, Newsweek, 2007-04-20


Hot Fuzz runs a bit long for a cop spoof, but it is also one of the funniest law enforcement comedies this side of The Naked Gun.

Lisa Rose, Newark Star-Ledger, 2007-04-20


The U.S. audience may be stung to find beloved action cliches desecrated, but these Britheimers are on to something.

Kyle Smith, New York Post, 2007-04-20


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.

Elizabeth Weitzman, New York Daily News, 2007-04-20


Hot Fuzz may not be quite at its predecessor's mark, but the cast sure is -- they're all, every last one of them, Shauns of the Deadpan.

Rick Groen, Globe and Mail, 2007-04-20


Overall Hot Fuzz could use a bit more speed to outrun its demons.

Connie Ogle, Miami Herald, 2007-04-20


Hot Fuzz is warm at the beginning, too cool in the middle and boiling at the end -- which makes it too close to lukewarm.

Tom Long, Detroit News, 2007-04-20