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I've never seen it. It's downloading as we speak.
theyre about as good as each other. Hot Fuzz really picked up on some of the idioms of rural life and turned them into comedy, in the same way shaun of the dead does with zombie movies.
i think hot fuzz does what it does well. Stephen merchants breif cameo moment surpassses most of the jokes in shaun of the dead.
was, at times, hilarious.
it's the only times i've ever experienced a round of applause after a film. 'twas that good.
by the sound of things SotD is pretty good, can't wait 'til watch it now.
thought it was a bit gay
I dont think that guy's really all that funny
vaguely funny, might raise a smirk
Otherwise, one of the most dreary, overrated films I've ever seen.
both must sees. So funny but for entirely different reasons.
was a bit dissapointing. It seemed like a collection of old jokes from their time in Spaced stretched out for an hour or so and then a few minutes of irritating girlie screaming for an ending.
Hot Fuzz was worse.
its like saying i never caught curb your enthusiasm so i thought jack dee's latest sitcom was really inventive, its not. However, i thought shaun of the dead was really good, and hot fuzz equalled it, although both are slightly overrated. As for borat, the first hour is one of the funniest things ive ever seen.
It's not really hilarious. There aren't many laugh-out-loud moments in it and the ending could be taken from any horror film ever, never mind a 'funny one'. Kate Ashfield is gorgeous, though.
get the DVDs. I got both series for a tenner of Amazon. It all shits on Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz from a massive height.Big juicy shit.
AMAZINGLY FUNNY couldnt stop laughing, the trend is though u get bored of it each and every viewing. Though i do think its still a very strong film not only was it one of the best comedic blockbusters of 2004 it was also one of the best zombie films for the past 10 or so years.