Ice Cube, right, and Charlie Day in a scene from "Fist Fight."
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If you like Ice Cube surly and sneering, find penis drawings hilarious and believe real men solve problems by throwing punches, "Fist Fight" is the movie for you. This R-rated comedy from director Richie Keen starts with a ridiculous premise. One high school teacher insists that another fight him after school to settle a professional beef."Fist Fight" is an indulgence in adolescent male fantasy, where teachers fight and kids rule the school.Campbell points the finger at Strickland, who's fired on the spot.Campbell has even more to worry about. Thanks to school budget cuts, his own job is on the line.
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