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Fletching Wrong


Miramax was our first guest earlier in the month. Confess, FletchThe film focuses on, the most recent cinematic representation of the wise-ass investigative correspondent. It was first shown by Chevy Chase in the 1980s and directed by Michael Ritchie. Ritchie’s 1985 film Fletch The film is considered a cult classic and a group of eighteen others in 2008. Los Angeles Times It was voted the 23rd most popular film in Los Angeles by writers, along with gems like L.A. Confidential, Boogie Nights, The Big Lebowski?, The Player.

1999 saw the New York Post’s Jonathan Foreman reported that Fletch American college campuses have made it a fashion statement with the popularity of the “smart” option.

“It’s huge,” Chase tells The Post. “I would get calls from colleges like Amherst and Williams when I was back in L.A. a few years ago. I actually had a conversation with a [film studies] By speaker phone, you can attend class at one these colleges Here I was, talking to a class of 200 people—and you know, it’s not ‘Lawrence of Arabia.’”

Ritchie directed and starred in the sequel 1989, but it wasn’t as successful. It earned 10 million less at the box-office on a budget of identical size. However, the film was still profitable and Universal was eager for a third. The studio approached Kevin Smith, director, to make a third film, but it was not successful.

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