Hot Fuzz

Hot Fuzz

Top London cop, PC Nicholas Angel is good. Too good. To stop the rest of his team from looking bad, he is reassigned to the quiet town of Sandford, paired with simple country cop, and everything seems quiet until two actors are found decapitated. It is addressed as an accident, but Angel isn't going to accept that, especially when more and more people turn up dead.

Exceptional London cop Nicholas Angel is involuntarily transferred to a quaint English village and paired with a witless new partner. While on the beat, Nicholas suspects a sinister conspiracy is afoot with the residents. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Hot Fuzz torrent reviews

Willie C (br) wrote: A very interesting and charming film.Plus watch the series that this film is based on.

Brian P (jp) wrote: I liked it quite a bit

Paul C (fr) wrote: Fun little noir-ish flick. Some not-that-great green screen work is a bit jarring, though maybe it looked better in the film's original 3D. The story could have been a little tighter, as well (a necessity in this kind of tale). Overall, not as good as it could have been, but fun none the less.

Ben W (us) wrote: Oh yeah, all positive this time around.

Luke S (au) wrote: luks kwl n ave bn told its gud

Al C (de) wrote: This film plays out like a series of interconnected music videos. The soundtrack is second to none, and the dancing and energy captured on film is sensual and inviting.

Ben L (mx) wrote: This is the Batman that I wish we were getting on the big screen right now. I just love how he genuinely acts as a detective piecing together clues, and he flat out refuses to kill people. He also didn't have an artificial Batman voice that sounded like someone who had just finished gargling gravel, thanks to the superb work by Kevin Conroy. In fact, the voice work throughout the film was second to none, particularly Conroy as Bruce/Batman and Mark Hamill as the Joker. I also couldn't get enough of the score. Composer Shirley Walker did some remarkable things with the music and helped to intensify the atmosphere and also amp up the excitement of action scenes. I never watched the animated series (I haven't watched that many cartoons since I was a child) but the look of the film was solid. At times it seems a little too goofy, considering how dark they are trying to set the tone, but I think it gels fairly well.Zack Snyder could have taken a lesson from Mask of the Phantasm to learn how to remind the audience of the death of the Waynes and what that means to Bruce. With nothing more than a picture on the wall and a visit to the grave we 100% understand without needing to see pearls falling to the ground again. However, the story-telling in Mask of the Phantasm wasn't always that solid and concise. I had some significant problems with the way the movie constantly jumped back-and-forth in time. If they were thinking about it more, they would have included a simple visual cue that would clue us into whether we were watching the past or the present. It's not a good sign when you have a film-viewer like myself being tempted to pause at the beginning of each new scene in order to figure out where we were in the timeline. The twist at the end is easy for most people to guess, but I didn't mind all that much because they cast suspicion on enough people that the reveal could have been different, so it was still a solid mystery.There is a romance plot in the film which was necessary to the story, but I wasn't really convinced of their affection for one another. I think that stems from the fact that the movie skipped over some of the courtship moments in their relationship and just expected the audience to accept that the love was there. I was surprised that the movie left things relatively open and unresolved at the end, but I assume that was intended so that the story could fold back into the animated series. One opportunity that I feel like they missed was the chance to have Batman in a position where he's forced to defend the Joker. Because of his vow not to kill (or let people die) they had the chance to create a much stronger moment by putting the Joker's life on the line instead of Andrea. If Batman was given no alternative than to save his arch nemesis it would be marvelous. That's not to say the movie was bad for not doing what I wanted, I just saw the squandered potential for greatness. The film was a gem, though. It is definitely well-made and I'd say it's better than at least 3 live action movies starring Batman.

Andrew M (nl) wrote: Who doesn't love Mrs. Doubtfire? Mrs. Doubtfire is a heartwarming and a humorous film. This movie put Robin Williams through the charts and it is probably his best movie ever. I enjoyed this move a lot. I would very much suggest this movie.

Andr D (de) wrote: "Funeral In Berlin" es la segunda pelcula protagonizada por Michael Caine, en la que interpreta al agente secreto Harry Palmer ("The Icpress File" fue la primera). Aqu, Palmer debe ayudar a un oficial ruso para que cruce la cortina de hierro en Berlin. Muchas conspiraciones, traiciones, juegos sucios y engaos hacen de "Funeral In Berlin" una pelcula que fascinar a todos los amantes de las pelculas de espas.

Jayakrishnan R (ag) wrote: 45%Kevin Costner is undeniably good, but the film is meant only for die hard baseball fans and the fantasy is too boring for people who have no idea about the baseball that's mentioned over here. Most of the drama feels manipulative and forced.

Lawrence D (br) wrote: A great classic film!

Josh R (us) wrote: I love the pirates of the carribbean