Photo Galleries Fist Fight Stream and Watch Online On the last day before summer vacation, high school teacher Andy Campbell tries his best to keep it together amid senior pranks, a dysfunctional administration and budget cuts that threaten his job. Things go from bad to worse when he crosses Ron Strickland, the school's toughest and most feared teacher. When Strickland gets fired, he challenges Campbell to a fight after school Watch Online Fancy watching ' Fist Fight ' in the comfort of your own home?
Like nearly everyone, adult and teenager, at Roosevelt High School, Andy is scared by fearsome history teacher Mr.
Andy witnesses this, and rats Strickland out to the principal Dean Norris as a job-saving measure, which incurs the erstwhile schoolyard challenge from the snarling Strickland: 3 p.
Seriously, whatever happened to deadpan reactions? Silent double takes? Christina Hendricks is wasted in an unfunny one-note character the prissy teacher with a sadistic side.
That they do, for a big crowd and news cameras, but only after it becomes a pointless face-off emotionally for Andy or Strickland. And though critics grumbled about it, it wowed audiences with its ridiculous number of gags.
Directed by "Decline of Western Civilization" mastermind Penelope Spheeris, it remains one of the great send-ups of slacker culture and corporate media.
Paramount It's not uncommon for shows and movies involving teens to use actors in their twenties and thirties as the lead characters, and "Wayne's World" was no exception. At the time of filming, Myers was 28 and Carvey was Paramount Myers said that he was convinced that "Wayne's World" was never going to make it through production, and credited the film's producer, "SNL" creator Lorne Michaels, with pushing the project past skeptical Paramount execs via Yahoo.
Myers noted that the first notes back from Paramount on his script for the film were: "I don't get it. Myers loved the joke so much he asked Carvey to use it again when the cameras were rolling.
Paramount After filming wrapped, Carvey suffered from severe jaw pain after emulating Garth's overbite. He had to hold bags of ice to his jaw for several days after shooting ended.
The documentary traces its roots back to "Wayne's World," when Myers and Gordon first met while working on the film with Cooper. Getty Back in the '90s, Dennis Hopper was one of the most popular actors in Hollywood when it came to playing villains, and Spheeris wanted to cast him as the father figure to Wayne's nemesis and scumbag TV producer, Benjamin Oliver Rob Lowe.
Unfortunately, budget constraints prevented the hire, so Hopper's character got merged into the Benjamin role. Getty The famous "Bohemian Rhapsody" lip-synch scene was based on Myers' childhood memories of singing along to the song in the car.
According to Rolling Stone, Michaels and Spheeris wanted to use a Guns N' Roses song as that band was more contemporary, but Myers threatened to walk off set if he didn't get his way. Paramount It took four hours to complete the Bohemian Rhapsody scene, and Myers was complaining of whiplash and neck strain from headbanging so much, according to an interview by Spheeris in Entertainment Weekly.
Getty But that famous scene was just one of many moments where Myers and Spheeris locked horns over the direction of the movie.
Eventually, the two severed ties with each other after Spheeris and Myers were bitterly split on Spheeris' final cut of the film. Spheeris blamed Myers for blocking her from returning to direct the sequel.
The two eventually reconciled at a cast reunion in One scene that was put in by Spheeris that Myers thought would fall flat was Robert Patrick's cameo as a police officer that looks exactly like the T that Patrick played in "Terminator 2.
As a result, Myers had to make the gag work while only using five notes from the song. And he succeeded.
Paramount "Wayne's World" turned "Bohemian Rhapsody" into a hit again, 17 years after it was released.