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Hot Fuzz

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Thad, Aug 4, 2007.

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  1. Thad

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    You may not have thought so but holy crap they have a lot of guns in this movie! It just takes forever for them to use them. I think the cop uses a Beretta 92 INOX and baby eagle in the end of the show? Lots of cool mindless stuff in this movie.Check it out for the guns if nothing else.
     
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    yeah on the belt of 12ga rounds, there are no primers :neener:
     
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    Yeah just saw it on dvd was "entertaining" at best till the last few scenes. Then I was pausing and rewinding to try and identify all the great firearms they were using.
     
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    Dude, "the dropkick" had me laugh for DAYS. :D
     
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    Great movie. Hope their next one is SCIFI.
     
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    HOT FUZZ is an awesome movie. Oh come on, you have to appreciate it - it's not meant to be entirely serious. the satire is just really really neat.

    1. the tubby partner (the zombie video game player in shawn of the dead) keeps asking the protagonist, "have you ever fired two guns at once? have you ever fired two guns while jumping through the air? have you ever fired one gun while jumping through the air? have you ever jumped through the air?"

    2. the satire on the idea of the "greater good" is quite remarkable. it is a comment on how increasingly the idea of "the greater good" is being used as a tool by which to disarm, segregate, and basically disempower the common man.

    3. yarb! yarb! narb!
     
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