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Uptight and straight-laced, FBI Special Agent Sarah Ashburn is a methodical investigator with a reputation for excellence--and hyper-arrogance. Shannon Mullins, one of Boston P.D.'s "finest," is foul-mouthed and has a very short fuse, and uses her gut instinct and street smarts to catch the most elusive criminals. Neither has ever had a partner, or a friend for that matter. When these two wildly incompatible law officers join forces to bring down a ruthless drug lord, they become the last thing anyone expected: Buddies.
|Studio :||Ingenious Film Partners, Ingenious Media, Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation,|
|Crew :||Production Design, Set Decoration,|
|Cast :||Thomas F. Wilson Michael Rapaport Michael Tucci Marlon Wayans Sandra Bullock|
|Genre :||Action Comedy Crime|
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One hour and a half of nothing
To my surprise, this was really enjoyable. I can't remember anything coming out of Hollywood and labelled "comedy" to so much as make me smile in the last 10 years, but I just laughed out loud on the plane all 2 hours of it:) Primitive plot alright, but some really funny dialogues and lots of smart sarcastic humour.
This was a great movie! I very enjoyed it! It's the funniest thing that you'll see all year Melissa Mcarthy was the funniest You'll love this movie! Melissa McCarthy was my favourite actor! But please do not watch this movie if your afford of guns and stuff like that because there is a shoot out scene but if you like guns and a crime movie it's the funniest thing and the best thing ever
Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy are known as some of the best actresses of their time. From Bullock staring in Miss Congeniality and The Proposal to McCarthy killing it in Identity Thief and Bridesmaids, these two know how to make people laugh. They make a film their own and deliver a performance that will not be forgotten. Working together, this dynamic duo is unstoppable. The Heat is no exception. Director Paul Feig uses his creative talents to make this movie a roll-on-the-floor-laughing type of production that brings comedy to a new level. By masterfully combining a fairly simple, yet intriguing plot, superb acting, and seasoned directing, The Heat keeps people watching and laughing the whole time.Bullock plays FBI agent Sarah Ashburn while McCarthy portrays Detective Shannon Mullins of the Boston Police Department. Ashburn takes on a drug lord case that Mullins was in charge of and, from there, these two work together on busting the crime. Working together, though, is a stretch because this pair of highly opinionated women are constantly arguing. For instance, when interrogating a man in custody, they end up yelling at one another on how they should question him which accomplishes absolutely nothing except to give the audience a hearty laugh and a preview on how the rest of the movie will go.With such a simple plot, these two women are given a lot of freedom as to how they want to perform their roles and they do not disappoint. They are rather aggressive with one another and are very rugged, constantly swearing and making crude jokes with one another. However, they both take their roles in different directions. Bullock makes her character more reserved by acting as though she has composure of herself as a government agent, but then has some spastic moments to demonstrate that she is slowly cracking under pressure. McCarthy then takes her character to the extreme other end and is very rude and outspoken; she flaunts her body sexually when it is obvious she is not a sexy woman in this film. Because of these differences, they butt heads a lot, but the chemistry is undeniable. Both women use very large, dramatic movements to take up the whole screen because both characters have larger than life personalities. In one scene, these personalities are evident when the women are supposed to look more "normal" in a club so McCarthy takes Bullock's suit and rips the pant legs and sleeves completely off. They scream at one another, but also maintain witty banter between one other that makes the lines seem as though they are just casual conversation. A script can only go so far, but they bring it to life and make it relatable.The directing, however, is what really pulls these two together for such a great comedy film. Feig creates a setting perfect for an excellent belly laugh; he constructs a contrast between the characters that they themselves cannot demonstrate. By giving Mullins an absolutely insane family who takes up the small camera view and fills the set, he develops a very hectic environment which tends to lead to a humorous encounter. Ashburn, on the other hand, is given only a cat to love and her home is presented with a wide camera angle to make her life seem empty and lonely. Through clever direction, Feig reveals to the audience that these two cops are about as opposite as possible.Clearly, The Heat is not just another buddy cop movie. The humor is indisputably evident and the female twist adds a new perspective to an otherwise male dominated type of film. Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy take the partnership to a real life friendship and that is not something that can be directed. The chemistry that costars have on and off the screen is a make or break for a movie and, because of these two top notch comedians,
I think that the movie was great. It had me laughing from the beginning all the way to the end. Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy worked great together in the movie. They were the opposite of each other and that is why the movie was so funny. They were complete opposites working to accomplish the same goal. Though many offending jokes which provided many laughs for an audience the two blended perfect in the film. They should team up to make more great films like this one in the future. I hope to see these two work together on another movie. I think that this film is underrated. I would recommend this movie and would encourage more people to watch it.