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The Heat, 2013.

Directed by Paul Fieg.

Starring Sandra Bullock, Melissa McCarthy, Demian Bichir, Marlon Wayans, Michael Rapaport, Jane Curtin, Spoken Reasons and Dan Bakkedahl.

Synopsis:

An uptight FBI Agent and a 'doesn't play by the rules' Boston cop have to team up to bring down a drug lord.

Racist. Sexist. Stereotyping of foreigners and highly offensive to albinos, The Heat is one of the most horrendous films you're ever likely to see. Within the first 30 minutes the film introduces you to a black drug dealer and an Eastern European drug dealer and suggests that a Police Chief has "tiny little girl balls". Which, coming from a female character you'd think the actor might have taken some issue with the fact that a female lead film is being sexist to women. One step at a time I guess. The Heat, frankly, is horrendously offensive and shockingly unfunny.

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