Fist Fight

2017 film by Richie Keen

Fist Fight is a 2017 American comedy film directed by Richie Keen and written by Van Robichaux and Evan Susser.

When school teacher Andy causes another teacher's termination, he is challenged to an after-school fist fight.

The film premiered in Los Angeles on February 13, 2017, as theatrically released in the United States on February 17, 2017, grossed $41 million worldwide.


Strickland: Fuck the police.

Strickland: [repeated line] Actions have consequences.

Campbell: Teachers can't fight!
Strickland: We're gonna handle our differences like real men.
Campbell: What differences?
Strickland: You got a job and I don't! That's the fucking difference!

Ally: Bully this, bitch!

Strickland: [to a student] You think this is funny? Messing with the TV with your goddamn computer telephone?

Strickland: [to Campbell] Where are you at, light roast?

Superintendent Johnson: I caught a halibut.

Strickland: You got knocked the fuck out.

Coach Crawford: [in yellow paint] This shit is getting serious! I look like a fucking minion!

Holly: [from red band trailer, seeing vulgar sign at the fields] There's something weird about those fields.
Coach Crawford: We're staring at a giant dick.
Holly: Yeah.

Coach Crawford: What are you, Seabiscuit?

Strickland: I'll see you at 3:00!

Coach Crawford: Give him 85%! Right in the Flintstone!

Strickland: Snitches get stitches.

Campbell: You like baseball, Strickland?! [runs up to a baseball bat] Batter up, bitch!

Strickland: [from red-band trailer] What the fuck is this? Is this a practical joke?
Coach Crawford: Oh, shit.
Strickland: Don't have money for books. We got money for this new fucking...
Campbell: All you got to do is put in your order and it does the rest.
Strickland: [to machine] Coffee.
Coach Crawford: You're going to fuck that coffee machine up.

Campbell: [covered in blue paint] Motherfucking little motherfucking sons of bitches!

Campbell: Look, we can get caught up in the whole statement game. Who said what and what they meant by what they said, and what words mean when people say them, and, you know, who's making a statement and what the statement means, and whose statement has something to do with something that someone else says. And, see, statements get... You know? And then...

Campbell: I'm fucking done with this shit! Strickland wants to fuck with me? Campbell's going to fuck right back!

Ms. Monet: [to Strickland] I heard you challenged Mr. Campbell to a fist fight.

Campbell: [annoying Mehar] Shit, shit, shit, shit, shit, shit, shit, shit, shit, shit!

Ms. Monet: Fucking kill him! Fucking destroy him!

Strickland: I can't wait to fuck you up.

Neil: MacBook Po.
Campbell: I'm sorry, what?

Coach Crawford: He's gonna knock the sex out of you!

Campbell: Something occurred to me as I was being dragged down a flight of stairs by a horse on meth!

Campbell: Teachers don't fight!

Strickland: I'm gonna fight you!


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