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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on 20 December 2013
Marvelous entertainment with laughs galore, about 2 mismatched cops ready to take on the world. One cares and the other, it doesn't really matter. Now why spoil it for you and go to great details than let you down. If you like comedy that is different with a twist here and there than you will love this. I found this fabulous with the cast doing a fantastic job convincing me I was there with them. So I rated this movie an A grade plus for sheer pleasure of relaxing in front of the television and not wanting to leave for any reason, I didn't want to miss a thing to be honest. Entertainment at its best worth putting your feet up with all the family, Don't forget the popcorn. Relax and enjoy a marvelous show.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on 12 February 2014
Excellent film - amazing price considering its new release and it was double the price in the supermarkets. A good buy!
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45 of 50 people found the following review helpful
on 13 July 2013
The film starts by introducing the two main characters. Sandra Bullock plays FBI Special Agent Ashburn. She is smart, confident, arrogant, cocky, and disliked by all her fellow employees.

Melissa McCarthy plays Mullins. She is a street smart Boston cop with her own way of doing things. She has a potty mouth and even arrested her own brother to the dismay of her zoo family.

Circumstances forces these polar opposites to work on a drug case in Boston with formulaic results.

Melissa McCarthy was simply hilarious, stealing scenes from Bullock on a grand larceny scale. The humor at times is slapstick and other times crude, but always funny. I had to laugh out loud just watching Melissa get out of her car. It was a marvelous performance. The plot of the story proved to be immaterial as I waited for the next gem to flow the mouths of Bullock and McCarthy.

This is a comedy worth owning.

Parental Guide: many F-bombs. No sex or nudity. Bullock in bra. Sex talk.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
VINE VOICEon 2 January 2014
One by the book F B I agent, Sarah Ashbourne is forced to team up with loud unconventional cop partner Shannon Mullins when they realize that they are both after the same drug dealer and must put their differences aside to work together despite hating each other. It's a familliar buddy buddy cop action comedy with the big twist that the 2 cops are women being the best most original thing about the whole film. Sandra Bullock and Melissa Mccarthy are both good as the mismatched partners and there are some decent action and laughs but plot wise you've seen this sort of thing before.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
' The Heat' is a buddy film that has fun times and violent times. We find, FBI agent Sarah Ashburn, played by Sandra Bullock and Boston police detective Shannon Mullins, played by Melissa McCarthy. Mullins is a real down and out detective, who us feared by all of her colleagues. Ashburn is the snooty FBI outsider, who wants thus new case all on her own. We know that Ashburn has problems getting along. Ashburn and Mullins are forced to work together by Ashburn's FBI boss, to bring down a Boston drug kingpin.

Mullins comes from a big Boston family whose members are no longer speaking to Mullins because she put her own brother in jail. Mullins' own mother played by Jane Curtin, slows down the car as she drives past Mullins, holding up her middle finger. Crazy family, yes siree!

Their new case brings them together, finding and fighting the bad guys. Lots of violence and cuteness mixed together. Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy have chemistry together, the good and the bad, the funny and the not funny at all, the beautiful and the not so beautiful. They work it out, and make this a great female buddy film. Melissa McCarthy is one of the best comedic actors around, she can do no wrong.

Recommended. prisrob 12-12-13
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 8 February 2014
Another good film from Sandra Bullock,A very good story line and action fully recomend to each and every one of you
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 13 September 2015
actually a good comedy suspend realism you know like pointing guns a the would never happen its a big no no so get rid of the cop movie cliches and its enjoyable if there gonna do a sequel i wouldnt of killed off one of the funny characters who is at odds with the girls because of his well i wont ruin the ending...but that was the only no dont shoot him hes funny but hey would been nice for that guy to be like you know you girls are alright..even the wayans love interest of sorts wasnt develped but i have a feeling there gonna do a sequel well a reskin of this movie all in all i liked this film despite the fact i not a fan of sandra...sorry Sandra
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 4 November 2013
Great performances here from Bullock and McCarthy, they both carry this buddy chick cop movie really well, complete opposites of course who end up working together on a case, the story is good, plenty of opportunities for stupid antics and whacky comedy, all the dialogue and jokes are really funny and well written, this is certainly as funny as bridesmaids and the hangover etc. so if your a big comedy fan this is a must check out!! The heat is probably the best guilty pleasure movie of 2013.
The import version is region free and is stuffed with hours of extras, good for the money!!!
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
on 25 November 2014
This is hilariously funny movie. I actually did forget what the plot was half way through the movie as it was son funny. Sandra Bullock was excellent as always. Melissa McCarthy was hilarious. I think she even stole the show from Sandra, setting herself of as the leading lady of the movie. Yes many of the jokes were on the more crude side but movie definitely comes across as funny rather than dirty.

Sandra plays the ambitious, arrogant, straight arrow FBI agent with a chip on her shoulder. In fact her straight faced play by the rules attitude just seemed to make Melissa's slapstick, scruffy, foul mouthed playing by her own rules badass cop that much funnier.

After closing more cases than anyone else, Bullock thinks she would be a shoe in to be promoted in place of her soon to be promoted boss. She is told the main reason she is not going to get the job is because all her co-worker hate her (nobody hates their boss right?). Anyway the only way she is going to be able to show she should get the job is by showing people she can not only solve the case nobody else could but also that she can co-operate with others. So of course fate pairs her up with McCarthy who is just as alienated in her department because everyone else is scared of her. What follows is an explosive, funny, movie with many twists and twists and turns, albino cops, comedy, pretty boy drug lords, sadist enforcers, comedy, obligatory drunken night of girl bonding, and did I mention comedy. One of the funniest movies I have seen this year.
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TOP 500 REVIEWERon 26 November 2013
FBI Special Agent Sarah Ashburn (Bullock) is a by the book agent with a patronizing & arrogant attitude, gunning for promotion. And if she can bring in an illusive drug kingpin, only known as Larkin, she has it in the bag. However, as the trail leads her to a low level dealer in Boston, she crosses paths with the arresting officer, larger than life, foul mouthed, rule bending detective Shannon Mullins (McCarthy) who doesn't work well with others & has her own motives for getting to the bottom of things. Comedy & mayhem ensue.

After the bitter disappointment of Identity Thief , we thought this could go either way with Melissa McCarthy saddled with another Hollywood A lister & hoping for the best. Thankfully though.....The Heat is a much better offering thanks to the great comedy writing by Katie Dippold (Mad-TV) & directing from Bridesmaids Paul Feig, who certainly gets the most out of his lead duo, who click well & are hilarious. Sandra Bullock's (Speed) natural flair for comedy & Melissa McCarthy's (Mike & Molly) larger than life persona & stand up comedy roots. Both bring they're unique, hilariously flawed characters to life perfectly, which makes for very funny situations on they're own, but together, the clash of these poles apart sisters offers up some comedy gold. While it throws in some serious edge too, as both characters have sad past's that you can't help but connect with them on some level, with a few heartwarming moments. In this respect, the writing makes these flawed characters more likable than loathable, making for a much better transition (compared to Identity Thief) for us to understand the characters motivations, and gradually feel sympathy & friendship for them.

In conclusion, Bridesmaids showed us that the girls can do outrageous comedy just as well as the boys, and now with The Heat they have proven they can make an all round very funny buddy cop action comedy, with just the right mixture of action, laughs & serious heartfelt moments. The sequel is in the pipeline, high hopes for that. Contains very strong language throughout & some graphic violence. Recommended.
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