Ursa’s discusses her favorite film in the Cornetto trilogy, why Nicholas Angel is so great, and alternate reads on character sexuality.
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“Slapstick comedy coincides with witty puns, and situational comedy is spawned from an otherwise dazzling fistfight. This is a film that not only blends genres, but seemingly creates new ones.”
“After generations of helpless princesses, finally we’re getting somewhere. Even if we’re getting there with Kristen Stewart.”
It’s Halloween, and Ursa’s trying (not very successfully) to be spooky. It probably wasn’t the best idea to review Shaun of the Dead, AKA “A romantic comedy. With zombies,” but she’s trying anyway. Even if this video is more about harsh truths than horror.
“Suddenly, as the entire world starts imploding around them, Gary and his friends are confronted with the horrific realization of what they’ve done. They’ve saved the world from invaders, but at the cost of our way of life.”
The Cheap-Arse Film Critic celebrates one year of posting videos by tackling a true British film, Hot Fuzz, Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg’s loving tribute to over-the-top buddy cop action films.