Hot Fuzz Reviews

Hot Fuzz (2007) – Rotten Tomatoes

Critic Consensus: The brilliant minds behind Shaun of the Dead successfully take a shot at the buddy cop genre with Hot Fuzz.The result is a bitingly satiric and hugely entertaining parody.


Hot Fuzz Reviews – Metacritic

Apr 20, 2007 · Hot Fuzz movie reviews & Metacritic score: In this action-packed comedy from the makers of «Shaun of the Dead,» Nicholas Angel (Pegg) is the finest police of


Hot Fuzz (2007) – Hot Fuzz (2007) – User Reviews – IMDb

Hot Fuzz is the story of Sergeant Nicholas Angel (Simon Pegg), hardboiled super-cop. Intimidated by his arrest record, his cameo-appearance superior officers (Martin Freeman, Steven Coogan, and Bill Nighy) transfer him from the busy streets of London to the sleepy village of Sandford to keep him out of the way and balance the books, because, to be honest, he’s making the rest of them look bad.

Hot Fuzz Review | Movie – Empire

Jan 01, 2000 · Hot Fuzz has a much harder job to do than Shaun. Zombies overrunning the suburbs and being fought off by a pair of layabouts armed only with arrested development and on-demand flatulence is …

4/5 Customer reviews: Hot Fuzz [Blu-ray]

Hot Fuzz comes of the coattails of Shaun of the Dead, which was a surprise hit. Many people loved Hot Fuzz as well, but more like Shaun of the Dead. In my opinion, Hot Fuzz …

Hot Fuzz, review – Telegraph

Sep 19, 2014 · Hot Fuzz, review Hot Fuzz, an action-comedy follow-up to Shaun of the Dead, stars Simon Pegg as a London policeman sent to a sleepy village just in …


Hot Fuzz – Movie Review – Common Sense Media

Hot Fuzz is a worthy follow-up to Shaun of the Dead and cements Pegg, Frost, and director Edgar Wright as creative talents to watch. Real-life best mates (or «heterosexual life partners,» as they call themselves) Simon Pegg and Nick Frost again prove that their on-screen chemistry is combustible — and hilarious.