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Hot Fuzz (Widescreen Edition) (2007)

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I am the Hot Fuzz (to the tune of "I Am the Walrus" - The Beatles)

  • Nov 1, 2008
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Thought I'd have a little fun and try reviewing this movie to the tune of "I Am the Walrus". Unlike the song, the movie has a story, but being an action-comedy there are a few laughs also, but only if you're into the strange brand of humor known as "British".

When Sergeant Nicholas Angel (Simon Pegg - Shaun of the Dead) proves to be so good at his job that his superiors get an inferiority complex, they decide to transfer him to the quiet little village of Sandford, where murder never really happens. After a spell of making himself bloody unpopular with the locals, Angel is finally resigning himself to his fate when people start getting killed. His fellow officers think he's daft, and are continuously making fun of him, but he keeps a stiff upper lip and carries on.

Fans of Agatha Christie will like this one, which starts a little too slowly, then builds up speed, but the ending is extremely predictable. Watch for appearances by Bill Nighy and Steve Coogan, unbilled cameos by Peter Jackson and Cate Blanchett, as well as larger roles for Timothy Dalton, Jim Broadbent and Edward Woodward.

Here goes:

I am here and you are here as you and me and we are all together
Hey, this is fun come on everyone, see how this flies
I'm smiling

Sitting with the remote, waiting for the start to come
Ironing my work shirts, stupid bloody Sunday
Man, I wore too many clothes, which makes my face grow long
I am the viewer, you are the viewer,
I watched the Hot Fuzz, view view t'view

Mister City P'liceman shining
Showing up policemen as he goes
See how he drives, a Ticket to Ride, see how he goes
I'm watching. I'm watch------------------ing
I'm trying. I'm try-------------------ing

Banished from the city, to the English countryside
Talking with the barman, busting teenage drinkers
Boy, you're at the bottom now, you're stuck in this dull town
He is the odd man, they hate the odd man,
he is the Hot Fuzz, shoo shoo shoo shoo

Sitting in the little squad room waiting for a crime
When some people die, he sees a plan
They're calling him a bloody pain
He is a skeptic, he is a cynic,
he is the Hot Fuzz, boo hoo hoo hoo

Sergeant smergeant made a joker
Don't he know the village laughs at him? (ho ho ho, he, he he, ha, ha, ha)
See how they smile like mean crocodiles, see how they're snide
They're lying

Murder at the plant store, running down the hooded one
Elementary Watson bringing down the killer
Man, you should have seen him picking up all the ammo
He watched the Matrix, He watched Commando
He is the Hot Fuzz, shoot shoot shoot shoot, shoot shoot shoot shoot, shoot shoot shoot shoot, shoot shoot shoot shoot
(boo-yah boo-yah boo-yah boo-yah boo-yah...etc.......)

Oompa, oompa, stick it up your joompa'

Amanda Richards

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February 19, 2010
I like your song...but now The Walrus is going to be stuck in my head for the rest of the day...koo koo ka choo.
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Officer Nicholas Angel (Simon Pegg) is London's top police officer. He's the best at everything he does and in just a few years on the force has achieved more than the rest of the department put together. He's an excellent officer, but is so good that he's making everyone around him look bad. He's given a promotion that virtually exiles him to the sleepy, dreamy village of Sandford. He's assigned Danny Butterman (Nick Frost) as his partner, a junior officer and son of the local police chief, Frank …
review by . March 08, 2008
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British comedies remain an ilk of their own - smart, sassy, full of quips rendered so quickly that many are lost in the ether that propels the plot, and characters who often are such finely-honed parodies that they make us laugh at ourselves. HOT FUZZ is a fine example and it is a film brimming with a cast of some of England's finest talent who seem to be having as much fun as the viewing audience.    Sgt. Nicholas Angel (Simon Pegg) is one of London's finest new policemen, expecting …
review by . September 25, 2007
I couldn't help but to laugh throughout this film. The beginning of Hot Fuzz presents us with a cop called Nicholas Angel (Simon Pegg) who has the best arrest record in his station (400% better to be exact). But while in America this would be a cause for admiration and pats on the back, here it's bad form. He's making everyone else look bad. So therefore he's sent to the country, to a place that has no crime and a place that has won the village of the year competition. Which he later found himself …
review by . September 12, 2007
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InShaun of the Dead, it was the zombie movie and the anomie of modern life. InHot Fuzz, Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg set their sights on the buddy cop blockbuster and the eccentric English village. The two worlds collide when overachieving London officer Nicholas Angel (Pegg) is promoted to sergeant. The catch is that he's being transferred to Agatha Christie country. His superiors (the comic trifecta of Martin Campbell, Steve Coogan, and Bill Nighy) explain that he's making the rest of the force look bad. On the surface, Sandford is a sleepy little burg where the most egregious crimes, like loitering, are committed by hoody-sporting schoolboys. In truth, it's a hotbed ofWillow Man-style evil. Upon his arrival, Chief Butterman (Jim Broadbent) partners Angel with his daft son, Danny (Nick Frost, Pegg'sShaunco-star), who aspires to kick criminal "arse" like the slick duo inBad Boys II. When random citizens start turning up dead, he gets his chance. With the worshipful Danny at his side, Angel shows his cake-eating colleagues how things are done in the big city. As inShaun, their previous picture, Wright and Pegg hit their targets more often than not. With the success of that debut comes a bigger budget for car chases, shoot-outs, and fiery explosions. ThoughHot Fuzzearns its R-rating with salty language and grisly deaths, the tone is more good-natured than mean-spirited. A wall-to-wall soundtrack of boisterous British favorites, like the Kinks, T-Rex, ...
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DVD Release Date: July 31, 2007
Runtime: 121 minutes
Studio: Universal Studios

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