Sunday, February 25, 2007


Today in the news a bald man wore a wig.
HOT FUZZ film review:

Well, Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg have done it again. The amazing creators behind Spaced and Shaun of the Dead released their latest film, HOT FUZZ Valentines Day to the UK 2007.

I had the pleasure of seeing it on the big screen cinema. With a fast moving storyline, slick cut-away’s and first class humour Hot Fuzz made it into one of my favourite films ever made.

Hot Fuzz is based on a London policeman named Sargent Nicholas Angel (Simon Pegg) who is so good at his job they have to let him go.

Angel is sent into the country to a town called Sandford, where there hasn't been a recorded murder for twenty years. Totally crime-free. After some mysterious deaths Nicholas Angel is suspicious of the town, is it hiding something? He’s not totally certain until he witnesses a murder for himself.

I truly recommend seeing this film, full of quick time edits, fantastic script and amazing special effects.

What makes Edgar Wright’s films unique is the “quick edits and sound to match” affect he uses to show passing time, that’s what I have recently picked up on. I honestly think it works perfectly. This effect is used to bring some ‘horror’ effect to it.

The amazing story and epic ending is one to find out, prepare for the best pack of moving comedy, fast paced action scenes and wide and colourful country locations.

Enjoy the film.

5/5 stars

Also in the news John Howard was seen on a beach.

Not much news today folks.

- Nathan (munch) Viney

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