Fist Fight is a movie that I really did want to find some sort ofenjoyment in. I'm a pretty big fan of Charlie Day and really would liketo see him get some bigger roles outside of It's Always Sunny. Yet,there is no denying that Fist Fight is not only a new low for, but alsoone of the worst studio comedies to ever be released.<br><br>The biggest problem with the film itself is buying the premise itself.I understand that this is suppose to be a goofy comedy not meant to betaken too seriously, but there is only so far one can go out into therealm of disbelief before it becomes so implausible it brings us backinto reality. Nothing in this film feels authentic or makes sense atall and only as a way for the writers to be able to advance an alreadystupid plot forward. Not since Identity Thief have I seen a film thatbends and disregards so many rules of reality just to advance thestory. if the laziness of the plot wasn't annoying enough, everycharacter in the film is extremely unlikable and annoying to the pointthey feel like complete cartoons.<br><br>The other big problem with the film is that it is painfully unfunny.Even in the worst of comedies I can at least find one or two jokes thatmade me laugh, but I didn't even crack a smile at all during FistFight. It's very clear that the actual script for the film itselfdidn't contain many jokes and that the director/writers are relying onthe actors to improvise most of the jokes to fill up the runtime. Thisresults in almost every joke relying on forced profanity and sex gags.It thinks it's being edgy, but the jokes are so weak and tired it justcomes off as desperate. Charlie Day is trying his best here, but withnothing to work with he constantly resorts to doing the fast-talkingand freaking out shtick that he does in every other show and movie he'sin to excess. Ice Cube phones it in playing the exact same role he doesin the Jump Street movie (except much less funny) and Jillian Bellplays the stereotypical annoying woman character who constantly sayslewd things for a cheap laugh. Even worse is to see Tracy Morgan firstbig role in a film since his accident gives him absolutely nothing towork with. If there is anything redeeming about Fist Fight at all, theactual fight during the climax is actually much better than one wouldexpect given the rest of the films quality leading up to it, but it'snot worth sitting through the rest of the film just to reach those 5minutes. <br><br>Fist Fight marks a new low for major studio comedies in which the rulesof reality or thrown out the window only so a plot that makes no sensecan exist and decent writing is replaced in favor of improvisingwhatever swear word or sexual noun can be thought of on the spot. It'sexcruciating to sit through and a complete embarrassing for everyoneinvolved. It's only 2 months into the year, but Fist Fight is a strongcontender for one of if not, the worst movie of 2017.