Super Fuzz (1980)

PG   |    |  Action, Comedy, Fantasy


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Red powder from a nuclear explosion gives a police officer super powers as long as he doesn't see anything red. He is eventually framed for murder and is unsuccessfully executed by many different methods.


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  • Terence Hill in Super Fuzz (1980)
  • Terence Hill in Super Fuzz (1980)
  • Ernest Borgnine and Terence Hill in Super Fuzz (1980)
  • Ernest Borgnine in Super Fuzz (1980)
  • Ernest Borgnine and Terence Hill in Super Fuzz (1980)
  • Ernest Borgnine and Terence Hill in Super Fuzz (1980)

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16 November 2004 | DelVarrick
Super Fuzz Is Still My Name
I remember first watching this film way back when it was in heavy rotation on HBO in the early 80s. This was long before I discovered Terence Hill's Spaghetti Westerns like My Name Is Nobody and his Trinity films. I certainly didn't know anything about Sergio Corbucci's impressive body of work. What I did know was that Terence Hill and Ernest Borgnine made for a lot of laughs. The film was never meant to be taken seriously. That should be obvious from the title alone. It's a parody. It's slapstick. It's fun.

If you're not into that sort of thing you probably won't like the film. Of course, if you're not into that sort of thing I don't know why you'd be watching a film called Super Fuzz to begin with.

If you have a sense of humor and enjoy films like Police Academy and Trinity, you'll probably enjoy Super Fuzz.

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