The best part was the end. I understand what the intention was but too much foul language and total disrespect throughout.
Charlie Day deserves better, but he still has some hilarious moments in FIST FIGHT: A comedy that feels like one funny episode of television was stretched thin and padded into this occasionally funny feature length thing.
A consistently intelligent (or at least bright), coherently constructed comedy that is on occasion a rather pointed critique of the American education system in the early 21st century. Don’t let that keep you away, though. It’s more often than not really funny.
The film's last act grows more enjoyable by the minute, observing as the teacher stands up not just to his tormentor but to everyone else who might want to demean him.
Fist Fight is so ineptly assembled, shoddy-looking and devoid of comic tension or creative lunacy — like a movie comprised of outtakes — that you half-expect the filmmakers not even to deliver a fist fight.