One of the funniest movie to come out of the 80s. Chevy at his deadpan/smartass finest.
Dr. Joseph Dolan: Right. Now, how long have you had these pains, Mr. Barber? Fletch: No, that's "Babar". Dr. Joseph Dolan: Two B's? Fletch: One B. B-A-B-A-R. Dr. Joseph Dolan: That's two. Fletch: Yeah, but not right next to each other. I thought that's what you meant. Dr. Joseph Dolan: Arnold Babar. Isn't there a children's book about an elephant named Babar? Fletch: I don't know. I don't have any. Dr. Joseph Dolan: No children? Fletch: No elephant books.
Chief Karlin: So, what's your name? Fletch: Fletch. Chief Karlin: Full name? Fletch: Fletch F. Fletch. Chief Karlin: I see, And what do you do for a living, Mr. Fletch? Fletch: I'm a shepherd.
Fletch: You fellas wanna read me my rights? Detective #2: You have the right to remain silent. You have the right to have your face kicked in by me. You have the right to have your balls stomped by him. Fletch: I'll waive my rights.
Coppermine wrote:Also, they're making a new Fletch movie.
Fletch will be played by Zach Braff. Yeah, that's right.
Do people really like Scrubs, or is its popularity a myth?
I like Scrubs. I do not like Zach Braff's "look at me, I'm the voice of my generation" ego. Dude, who cares that you picked the soundtracks for your movies. Most people can slap together a bunch of indie bands for a playlist. You're not hip and original simply because you put Snow Patrol and Imogen Heap in your movie.