Fletch Lives
Fletch Lives

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After receiving an inheritance in Louisiana, Los Angeles reporter Irvin Fletcher heads to the Belle Isle plantation where he gets himself into hilarious trouble.... (Full plot summary below)

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After receiving an inheritance in Louisiana, Los Angeles reporter Irvin Fletcher heads to the Belle Isle plantation where he gets himself into hilarious trouble.

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Empire Magazine - 8/10 by Boyd Farrow Funny and inventive vehicle for Chevy Chase's hapless and genuinely funny comic creation.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch - 8/10 by Harper Barnes Reprising the role, Chevy Chase is reliably irreverent as the tangle-footed, many-monikered reporter.
Newsweek - 7/10 by David Ansen Effective as these actors are, it's Chase's breezy performance - with its blend of irony and insouciance - that makes Fletch Lives worth a look. He's what Alan Alda would be if Alda could ever figure out how to adapt his TV persona to the big screen.
South Florida Sun-Sentinel - 6/10 by Candice Russell With the exception of an elaborate fantasy sequence straight out of a Disney movie and a running gag about a Cadillac without brakes, Fletch Lives should have been called Fletch Staggers.
Film Threat - 6/10 by Clint Morris Not quite as good as the first, but still an enjoyable jaunt
Tulsa World - 5/10 by Dennis King Your appreciation of this film will rest largely on your taste for Chase's particular brand of snide comedy. If you like Chase, Fletch lives; if you hate Chase, Fletch dies.
Los Angeles Times - 5/10 by Chris Willman In this meager sequel, as in its popular predecessor, Chevy Chase demolishes every easy target in sight with a quip of the tongue. Some of the lines are funny, but after a while you just want to smack him.
Miami Herald - 5/10 by Juan Carlos Coto Fletch Lives is the ultimate comedy of condescension, a movie with a hero whose every other line of dialogue is a snide wisecrack directed at a fool. In this meager sequel, as in its popular predecessor, Chevy Chase demolishes every easy target in sight with a quip of the tongue. Some of the lines are funny, but after a while you just want to smack him.
Time Out - 4/10 by Mark Kermode The humour throughout is alternately mindless, sexist, racist, and homophobic, and would probably offend if you managed to stay awake.
Tampa Bay Times - 4/10 by Hal Lipper When Chase bothers to actually play a character, he can be very effective (his "Funny Farm" was one of the best comedies of 1988). But sometimes he seems to be covering himself, playing detached so that nobody can blame him if the comedy doesn't work. In this film he seems to have no emotions at all; consider the scene where he discovers that the woman he made love with has died during the night.
Washington Post - 4/10 by Desson Thomson If you appreciate his kind of drop-dead deadpan, you'll enjoy the journey south.
Variety - 4/10 by Variety Staff Chevy Chase is perfectly suited to playing a smirking, wisecracking, multiple-identitied reporter in Fletch Lives.

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