Summary: A by-the-books FBI agent must team up with a hot-headed Boston cop in order to bring down a dangerous drug lord. The only problem is the two women have never had a partner, nor even a true friend in their lives, and must somehow make their incompatible personalities work. this movie was actually pretty funny.I mean bullock and McCarthy work well together in this movie.
Summary: most fun I had at the movies n god knows how long honestly the hands down funniest movie all year almost got chocked on my snacks had to hold them till after the movie took my aunt to see it the next day and she laughed long and hard and enjoyed it even more a second time Sandra bullock and McCarthy are the best pair since will smith and martin lawurance in bad boys I strongly suggest you see it s let my 69 year old grandma watch it she loved it as well so it kinda...
Excerpt: "I know its not fair." FBI Special Agent Sarah Ashburn (Bullock) is partnered with a foul mouthed skilled cop in Shannon Mullins (McCarthy). Lacks sufficient background for the antagonists and the plot twist wasn't that surprising. Had some over the top sequences such as the first scene of Mullins making an arrest, violence in general from Mullins, the bar sequence, and more.
Summary: Hilarious, I really hope we see more of McCarthy/Bullock, their dynamic is really good. Their a great duo, reminds me a little of Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg in The Other Guys. If you liked that movie you will like this as well.
Summary: Melissa McCarthy does a great job as a loud, rough-around-the-edges Boston cop. She and Sandra Bullock play well off of each other and there are some great one-liners throughout the movie. Even the plot about trying to arrest the main drug dealer was pretty good. Kind of more of a chick-flick; I didn't see many guys in the theater.
Summary: If you stripped away the comedy, this film would be a completely predictable/forgettable fare. Thankfully, 'The Heat' delivers the laughs. McCarthy is a walking one-liner and Bullock's quirky persona provides a great counterpoint. The two of them share some truly funny scenes together. The crime plot is not the most understandable, but it becomes inconsequential amidst the hilarious nonsense.
Excerpt: Bridesmaids has become a big deal over the last few years. Both critics and audiences loved it and its popularity on DVD has only grown since then. Everyone seems to agree that Bridesmaids is awesome. Everyone, that is, Except for me. I don’t know why, but I just didn’t find Bridesmaids funny. It had slap stick and crude humor, two things I usually find funny, but he movie only made me laugh a couple of times.