Jul 23, 2020
In 2007, director Edgar Wright released the follow-up to his international hit Shaun of the Dead with Hot Fuzz, a buddy cop/serial killer horror/comedy starring Simon Pegg (who also co-wrote with Wright) as the morally rigid cop transferred to a small village and immediately comes face to face with a series of gastly murders poorly staged as accidents. The film solidified Wright as a visionary filmmaker, Pegg as a leading man alongside comedy partner Nick Frost. But does the film's comedy still hold up a decade on or should it be put on permanent suspension? MovieDude Eric, Chris Tondevold and special guest Jonolobster investigate for the greater good (the greater good).
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