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An uptight FBI Special Agent is paired with a foul-mouthed Boston cop to take down a ruthless drug lord.
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original title: The Heat
duration: 1h 57min
tags: Action's never been so hot!
keywords: fbi, druglord, fbiagent, policebrutality, femalecop, shotinthecrotch, hangingupsidedown, femaleprotagonist, policeviolence, policewoman, drugs, interrogation, torture, drugsupplier, bostonpolice, woma
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Sarah Ashburn (Bullock) is an uptight FBI agent and has her eye on a promotion. She has closed more case than anybody else in the FBI, but the thing is none of her co-workers like her because she knows pretty much everything. She is sent to Boston to uncover the identity of a ruthless drug lord (Michael McDonald) and is paired up with a foul-mouthed Boston Cop (McCarthy), but they don't get along at all!
Sarah Ashburn, an FBI agent, is extremely ambitious and has her eye on a promotion, but she doesn't get along with her co-workers. She is sent to Boston to uncover the identity of an elusive drug lord, Mr. Larkin, by tracking down his proxy, Rojas, and is told that she'll have a good shot at the promotion if she finds Larkin. When she arrives in Boston, she learns that Larkin has been eliminating his competition and taking over their operations. She learns that Rojas is in Boston PD custody and goes to see him to ask him what he knows about Larkin, but is warned that the cop who arrested Rojas, Shannon Mullins, is very territorial, and she is not exactly sociable. When the two meet they don't get along. When Mullins learns why Ashburn is in Boston, she decides to find Larkin herself. Ashburn is told by her boss to work with Mullins, but it won't be easy because Ashburn does things by the book while Mullins does things her way.
Much of the critical commentary surrounding "The Heat" focused on the fact that it is a genre movie in which roles normally played by men are instead played by women. I had hoped not to add to that line of discussion, because if "The Heat"'s only notable achievement is its casting, it indicates that Hollywood still has far to go before such roles so routinely go to women as to occasion no comment. Unfortunately, the movie left me with little else to contemplate, as it is an otherwise empty experience. So, here goes: Paul Feig's movie proves that women can star in dumb buddy cop movies every bit as effectively as your Eddie Murphys and your Jackie Chans. It also removes any doubt that they can sell the "Lethal Weapon" angle, milking all the old chestnuts concerning tension between a by-the-book officer and a rogue, sociopathic cop (the latter of whom such movies inexplicably expect us to view as somehow heroic instead of a clear menace to society.) Moreover, Paul Feig proves that a lowbrow, formulaic comedy starring women can reach for, and attain, all of the usual low-hanging fruit, including racist jokes, sexist jokes, crotch shots, all-night benders, and even unearned sentimentality. Well, good for Paul Feig, because some people probably needed all of those things proved to them, and no other major directors or writers were stepping up. What did not need proving is that Melissa McCarthy is an impressive actor, because she showed ample evidence of that in Paul Feig's "Bridesmaids" (2011). Based on "The Heat," though, I fear that it will take someone other than Paul Feig to give her a role worthy of her talents.
As a fan of Sandra Bullock, I really wanted to like this movie, and I liked the idea of Bullock as an uptight FBI officer against a foul- mouthed Boston street cop (Melissa McCarthy). But from the opening scene of McCarthy arresting a drug dealer, the film just went too over the top without stopping to think if it was being funny. To me it was trying, in crudeness and gross-out level, to emulate Bridesmaids, which incidentally I walked out on because I didn't find it funny. Silly and farcical comedy has its place, as Will Ferrell shows very well, but at times in this movie it's really just offensive. Like all those albino jokes. OK, OK, we get it, you're trying to parody the evil albino in the Da Vinci Code, but after about the 12th gross personal insult McCarthy's character made to the pale DEA officer, it stopped being funny. What would an albino child watching the film make of this treatment? What if such jokes were made against a black character? Some things worked. I liked the scene where the partners are interviewing the Russian prostitute, where it shows how their two interview styles are different. I loved the scenes with McCarthy's wild and bickering Boston family. The scenes in the nightclub and the partners' winding down in the pub both worked really well. But overall, everyone on this movie could do better.
With the film, Melissa McCarthy definitively cements her status as a legitimate comic talent, leaving her co-star stumbling behind in her wake.
The US Blu-ray features two versions of the film. Next to the R-rated theatrical version, we have an unrated cut that doesn't offer a substantially better film. If you liked the theatrical version, you might enjoy some of the plot extension that the longer cut introduces since they add a little humor but they are not necessary to alter the film's overall impression. In total the Unrated Version runs approx. three minutes longer than the Theatrical Version.
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