Heat Movie Reviews



Release Date: Jun 28, 2013

Genre: Comedy

Rating: (R)

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  • 1
    If you like a lot of cursing, police brutality, or your movie to be unbelievable, then this is the movie for you. I'm sorry, but when a 300lb woman runs down a slim black man then I don't buy it. It seemed that not a single guy in the movie could handle this woman. I'm sorry, but the movie is not at all believable. Also, this movie is VERY predictable and follows the horrible hero is an over the top obnoxious person but then is later presented as a caring person. To be honest, I would have left the movie if I hadn't have been with a group! It's that bad!
  • 1
    Every other word was "F_ _ _ k You!" I can't believe Sandra Bullock
    would be in something like this. She is one of my favorite actresses.
    It was a real disappointment. There was also quite a bit of violence that was unnecessary. When they say we're "dumbing down America" this is a good example of that. It could have been funny without the language. I believe Melissa McCarthy said that she used those two words 190 times.
  • 1
    Not worth seeing in theatres...rent it for $1.00 at redbox. Sandra Bullock is fun as usual, but who the hell can stand watching Melissa McCarthy for the duration of the film....the jokes were slightly off...my entire entourage almost walked out of this dreaded film, but we had dinner reservations near-by and decided to stick it out....don't waste your money....wait for it to come out on DVD.
  • 5
    Like Raj Kuthrapalli says on ever episode of the Big Bang Theory, "My Girl Sandy B can bring it!" And bring it she does in this hilarious romp of mismatched lady cops who want to take each other down as much as they want to take down their targeted drug lord. Sandra Bullock steals the show in this one, though I'm not sure many people will agree with this assessment. Melissa McCarthy always plays the wacked out weirdo character and frankly I think that shtick is starting to wear thin. I think the only reason people cast her in those roles is because of her size. We like our chubby girls to be insane - otherwise they're only the best friend of the pretty girl (see Rosie O'Donnell to Meg Ryan). McCarthy is good in her role, but Bullock is more believable and she deserves the lion's share of the credit her. Scratch that - the lioness's share. Rawr.
  • 4
    I really liked this film and I think it is worth seeing in the theaters. I did not think the film will impress me and I am glad to say that I was wrong, I had an awesome time watching it. I think Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy make a perfect team and they are absolutely hilarious together. The film was pretty long but i did not really mind it because i had a lot of funny watching it. There was one scene that took it a bit too far but besides that the film was great. The premise was not the most original but the leading ladies made it feel unique and fun. Overall, I think this film is pretty great and I recommend seeing it in the theaters.
  • 4
    I loved this film and I think it is worth seeing in the theaters. I honestly did not have high expectations for this film but it surprised me in a good way and I had loads of fun watching it. Yes, it does have a lot of buddy cop cliches but I did not mind because it was hilarious and I had a great time watching it. The film was a bit too long and that is really my only complaint, everything else was great. I think this film is the second best comedy that I have seen this year, “This is the End” being number one. Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy make the perfect duo on the big screen, they have a crazy chemistry together and it is so much fun to watch them do their thing. Overall, I enjoyed watching this film and I recommend seeing it in the theaters.
  • 3
    As a woman, there's a lot to cheer about in the new comedy from director Paul Feig, "The Heat" who brought us that now immortal piece of feminine crudeness known as "Bridesmaids". He reteams with Melissa McCarthy (who seems to be everywhere these days) but the results are decidedly, well, mixed. I would submit that though the movie is a breakthrough at the surface level of being the industry's first attempt at a female cop budd movie, it still feels like a recycled stunt. It's kind of like Thelma and Louise meets Toy Story meets Beverly Hills Cop. Except with high heels and poorly executed blush. Sandra Bullock does her sarcastic routine pretty well here but the obvious star is Melissa McCarthy, who steals each and every scene she is in. She won't get an Oscar nod for this performance like she did for "Bridesmaids" but she will get a lot more offers to play the First Lady of Funny in the new millennium. Worth a peek.
  • 5
    I laughed ALL the way to the car after seeing this hilariously hysterical and fall down funny new movie. I think it's time to just come right out and say it: Melissa McCarthy is the new comedy star of America. And she's better than all the guys and gals out there - she just owns every scene, every line, and every laugh that's put to her. She knows how to bring it and then some! She plays the rough around the edges Boston beat cop who is a total slap in the face to Sandra Bullock's more in-control FBI agent and so when the two of them get together, it's naturally a hilarious concoction for wackiness. I would even go so far as to say that this movie is even better than Bridesmaids, which I thought was great too. McCarthy's one-liners in this movie are top notch, worthy of Bruce Vilanch, and Sandra Bullock is great at the physical comedy and pratfalls. This one is great for a date, for the family (with teens), and especially for a night out with the girls. Go and laugh OUT LOUD.
  • 4
    Yes, it’s 2013, and you might be surprised to learn that there has never, ever been a female buddy cop movie. Actually, you shouldn’t be surprised by that at all. While we like our male cops lumpy and scratchy and reeking of donuts, female cops (we have decided) are better suited to . . . playing sidekick or crossing guard.
    All of the changes in director Paul Feig’s The Heat, which takes the traditional male cop buddy movie formula and deletes its Y chromosome. What’s left is what you’d expect: a fairly lukewarm retread of old themes, gags, and jokes that are somehow still funny when taken from the mouths of Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy. Wow, these girls can act. Ahem. I mean women.
    Bullock plays FBI agent Ashburn, a tough as nails professional who has no patience for goofing off and tomfoolery. Enter tomfool Boston street cop Mullins (McCarthy) who is equally tough but who takes job with a grain of salt. And fun.
    Their charge is to track down a big drug shipment before its drug lord owner can claim it. Their divergent working styles come into play, and so then does the comedy in this sometimes inadvertently funny movie. A couple of the gags roll on longer than they should, but it’s still pretty entertaining, especially when you consider how dull it would have been had it starred Kevin James and (forgive me) Adam Sandler.
  • 5
    Action packed,funny, strong language, and engaging from beginning to end of movie. Learning that everyone has issues: coworkers, friends, and family. Learn how to encourage and support each other in good and bad times. Just think about the golden rule- treat people the way you would like to be treated. Say and do something which will make a positive impact for yourself and others within your circle.

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