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Subject:  Hot Fuzz

20/03/2007 12:27 GMT

Girl on girl action

 
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Subject:  Re: Hot Fuzz

21/03/2007 07:06 GMT

yarp, yarp yarp.

 
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Subject:  Re: Hot Fuzz

25/03/2007 03:20 GMT

By far the funniest film I've seen this century 

The whole cast were exceptional! It was great to see Timothy Dalton again (the most under rated 007) and Edward Woodward.

Simon Pegg is very talented - let's hope he makes a lot more 'black British comedies'.

 
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Subject:  Re: Hot Fuzz

25/03/2007 09:33 GMT


Jimmy :

By far the funniest film I've seen this century 

The whole cast were exceptional! It was great to see Timothy Dalton again (the most under rated 007) and Edward Woodward.

Simon Pegg is very talented - let's hope he makes a lot more 'black British comedies'.


Funniest, yeah I would agree.
But a Black comedy? Where is it a black comedy? I thought it is a very good comedy.
i like it so much I saw it again 2 days later and still hold the same view. I probably could see it again if the situation arises. I will buy the Special Edition DVD. 

 
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Subject:  Re: Hot Fuzz

25/03/2007 09:54 GMT

Timothy Dalton was fantastic in it.  Its great to see him in a comedy role.

He was a fantastic James Bond, and I think he should never have left.

If he had been given the same support as Pierce Brosnan got, I think he would have been there for much longer.

To be honest - I wasn't a big fan of the Brosnan ones, because he wasn't as good an actor as Dalton was.

I think Goldeneye would have been much better had Dalton been in it.

Anyway....Hot Fuzz was fab, will get the dvd for it too.

 
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Subject:  Re: Hot Fuzz

25/03/2007 20:53 GMT


axelf :

He was a fantastic James Bond, and I think he should never have left.

Anyway....Hot Fuzz was fab, will get the dvd for it too.

What do you WAS fab?

Timothy Dalton was not given a choice to stay on, as they wanted a different type of Bond.

 
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Subject:  Re: Hot Fuzz

26/03/2007 07:57 GMT

I want to see the film again too. 

And I want to get "Shaun of the Dead" and "Hot Fuzz" on DVD!!! 

(by black comedy, I meant that it was sending up violence, the occult and English country lifestyle/values with scathing satire and irony)

....and as for Dalton, his version of Bond was the best after Connery and Brosnan, respectively (in MY opinion)......he was a very good Bond and was never given the opportunities that Roger Moore and co. were given.

By the way, Axel F, it was YOUR review that made me really want to see "Hot Fuzz" - thanks for the recommendation.
(you're an excellent critic)   

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Subject:  Re: Hot Fuzz

26/03/2007 09:22 GMT

No worries Jimmy - always happy to be of service!!

I honestly think that had Licence to Kill been released later in 89 instead of mid year, then it would have been a bigger hit.

It's interesting seeing all of the praise heaped on Daniel Craig for Casino Royale.  I think his performance is very much like Daltons.

What's interesting is that when Dalton took over, one of the original scripts the writers were going to do was about Bond's origins.....which is what they eventually did with Casino Royale.

Dalton is definately one of the best Bonds.

I must admit I grew up with the Roger Moore ones, and I like his as well.

Everyone has their favourite for sure....I've only seen every Bond film about 20 times each - I'm not THAT obessesed!!!!

 
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Subject:  Re: Hot Fuzz

30/03/2007 23:34 GMT

I liked Licence To Kill because its not your normal bond film, Its more of a thriller like Bourne Identity.

 
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Subject:  Re: Hot Fuzz

31/03/2007 08:29 GMT

That's exactly right.

I think the Dalton Bonds were a bit ahead of their time really.

Had he continued to be Bond into the 90s, I reckon the general movie going audience would have accepted him more.

I'm glad to see that some people are now seeing the Dalton Bonds as the classics they are.

 

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