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The HeatThe Heat is a funny story about a FBI agent Sarah Ashbum and a policewoman Shannon Mullins when they cooperate to deal with the task. A smart, sharp and cautious person while the other has hothead and is sulky. Initially they do not like each other but things gradually change when they understand each other. Two people, 2 natures but they make the miracle when they capture the notorious drug boss.Keywords:
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Directors of "The Heat"Paul FeigBirthdate: 17 September 1962, Mount Clemens, Michigan, USA
Creators of "The Heat"Katie Dippold
Critic Reviews of "The Heat"GrantlandJanuary 06, 2014
McCarthy's an actress who needs a foil, and for now Bullock is more than good enough. I just wish these two had found each other 10 years ago.ChristyLemire.comAugust 08, 2013
Director Paul Feig, whose Bridesmaids upended notions of what a raunchy ensemble comedy could be, does it again here with another genre.Time OutJuly 30, 2013
If you've never seen the point of Sandra Bullock, watch this.Rolling StoneJuly 08, 2013
There are only two reasons to see The Heat. But they are formidable reasons, and they go by the names of Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy.RogerEbert.comJuly 03, 2013
Yes, it's a cop-buddy film, and of course there is a case to be solved. But nobody cares about the familiarity of the premise. You get the sense that Paul Feig doesn't care either.Village VoiceJuly 01, 2013
If you've never seen Sandra Bullock blow a peanut shell out of her nose, and you'd like to, The Heat is your movie.The Film StageAugust 08, 2016
In the cinematic world of worthwhile cop partnerships, The Heat is just an addled rookie.Epoch TimesJune 19, 2016
Bawdy, R-rated, the racial jokes run rampant: the sight-gag of a female cop stopping a perp with a hurled watermelon is just all kinds of funny. It oughta be a new franchise.CinemixtapeApril 12, 2016
It takes a special kind of film to evoke uproarious laughter from the sight of Sandra Bullock being repeatedly stabbed in the leg, but "The Heat" does exactly that.Critic's NotebookOctober 08, 2015
Ms. Bullock as the aggressive brute and Ms. McCarthy as the straitlaced go-getter would have challenged these easy stereotypes and made them a tad less insulting to successful career women everywhere.The Improper BostonianMay 12, 2015
For the first half hour I thought it was gearing up to be one of the worst movies I have ever seen, but eventually it grew on me.Antagony & EcstasyDecember 29, 2014
Has good momentum and it's not actively unpleasant to look at, which sets it well on the right side of the bell curve of modern American comedy.
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