It's no wonder that Edgar Wright and Quentin Tarantino are friends. They have something in common that the many Tarantino wannabes do not; they share a powerful enthusiasm for film. They genuinely love the ways that good films can feel and move and sound, and that excitement is captured and re-broadcasted to the audience. It's a gift that few have. Not to say that Wright is a Tarantino wannabe. His career began quite differently, on television in England, and then with zombies. In 2007, his Hot Fuzz was an English cop movie that heavily referenced other cop movies, and even included an unapologetic favorite double-feature for its characters: Point Break and Bad Boys II.