Super Fuzz (2004) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
I quickly bought this DVD because I had a feeling it was going to be one of those “hard to find” DVD’s. I wasn’t surprised that this peticular one now has disapoeared. I remember catching this on HBO (a long long time ago). Nothing was on and I watched it. Put this one in my favorite list. Most people snare when I mention this movie but it’s funny. You have to love the synthesizers also present in the movie.
Ernest Borgnine, before Airwolf, plays Sgt. Willy Dunlop who has a rookie partner Ofc. Dave Speed (Terence Hill). Lets forget that Ernest Borgnine is a young 91 and Terence Hill just turned 69. When red nuclear material rains down on Ofc. Speed when he is serving a warrant over unpaid parking tickets, Speed begins to notice some weird things are happening; he’s levitating, silverware is mixing without him doing anything, and unexplained strength. Can he control his powers?
Still protecting and serving, Ofc. Speed suspects counterfeit bills are being smuggled in trucks filled with raw fish covered in red covers. At first his Sgt. doesn’t believe him. Things quickly lead to Tony Torpedo played by Marc Lawrence. If anyone is familar with the James Bond flick, Diamonds are Forever, he played a bad guy where is goons throw out Bond’s love interest out of a high rise hotel’s balcony. ” I didn’t know there was a pool down there,” he answered Bond when Bond said,” Nice shot into the pool.” Anyway, is Torpedo one step ahead of Ofc. Speed? Will Ofc. Dave Speed meet his doom on the electric chair?
The DVD is pretty stright foward. No extras. The movie is a breath of fresh air from all the top notch special effects and CGI’s out there. Even though the movie is almost 30 years old, it’s still funny.
About Super Fuzz (2004)
Starring: Terence Hill
Runtime: 80 minutes