Fist Fight 
Director: Richie Keen
Stars: Charlie Day, Ice Cube, Jillian Bell, Tracy Morgan, Christian Hendricks and Dean Norris
Review: Most comedies these days come and go, but the trailer for Fist Fight had me kinda excited. Now I've finally got around to watching it and I actually thought this movie was pretty funny. It's nothing special, but a good way to waste some time. Charlie Day and Ice Cube are the two teachers who are going to fight after school because one of them snitched on the other. It's a fun premise and wouldn't have worked very well without these two types of actors in the role. Sure they play caricatures of themselves, but it worked really well in Fist Fight. The first act and the last act were really enjoyable, but that second act was a drag. The first act established the characters, setting and what the end of the movie would be. So you just wanted to get to the big fight that we were teased with in the trailers. Personally I thought it was worth the wait of the second act. Ice Cube and Charlie Day you could tell we're just having fun, and so was I. Nothing in this film made me laugh hard, but if I'm smiling and chucking throughout, that's very good for a comedy movie today. Jillian Bell also stars in thus movie and other than 22 Jump Street, I don't see what's so good about her. She's not funny at all. Tracy Morgan is also in the movie and he's fine. There isn't much to say about Fist Fight but I was surprised how memorable this stupid small comedy was. Overall I was entertained by Fist Fight, it wasn't a smart movie, rather predictable actually, but it did the job it wanted to.