Confess, Fletch

Confess, Fletch

The roguishly charming and endlessly troublesome Fletch becomes the prime suspect in a murder case while searching for a stolen art collection. The only way to prove his innocence? Find out which of the long list of suspects is the culprit - from the eccentric art dealer and a missing playboy to a crazy neighbor and Fletch’s Italian girlfriend. Crime, in fact, has never been this disorganized.

  • Released:
  • Runtime: 120 minutes
  • Genre: Comedy, Crime, Mystery
  • Stars: Jon Hamm, David Torres Jr., Roy Wood Jr., Annie Mumolo, Ayden Mayeri, Lorenza Izzo, Kyle MacLachlan, Marcia Gay Harden, John Slattery, Lucy Punch, John Behlmann, Caitlin Zerra Rose, Aaron Andrade, Travis Bennett, Nhumi Threadgill, Anna Osceola, Gene Amoroso, Alli Dowling, Omar Ghonim, Owen Burke, Bates Wilder, Erica McDermott, Eugene Mirman, Kenneth Kimmins, Shawn Fitzgibbon, Daniel Baek, Thomas Ciarametaro, Levon Panek, Eli Neslund, Wendy Bellevue, Robert Picardo, Marina Re
  • Director: Greg Mottola
  • fffrcdzp - 7 January 2023
    Don't waste your time. I think this is one of the worst movies John Hamm has made recently. The supporting actors sucked and seemed more annoying than funny. No plot line being followed. Lost interest after 30 minutes, but still tried to give it a go. It just seemed to go nowhere just one random scene to another. Was there supposed to be a plot to this movie it was it a movie to try and make John Hamm play a smarter character with less ego than he usually does? If that was the plot then I guess they kind of nailed it.

    I'm not a movie critic and think it's pretty stupid I have to keep typing this just to make the minimum characters.
  • vengeance20 - 25 November 2022
    Was Almost Alright...
    Until that one little snipe at the end... seriously? They couldn't leave that out could they?

    Now, given that I haven't seen the previous films (never knew they existed until this film here), I sort of went into this one a bit blind. But, the story sounded good & the film seemed somewhat interesting so I went to see it.

    The film sees Flecth become the prime suspect in multiple murders & strives to prove his innocence, while, simultaneously searching for his Fiancé's stolen Art Collection.

    I found the film to be for the most part, alright. I mean, it wasn't quite as exciting as I'd hoped it would be & felt slow & boring in a couple of areas. There were some parts which were good & Jon Hamm does not bad here despite being (like other male cast members) being portrayed as an idiot, fool or bad guy red herring.... while the female characters get treated in a good spotlight, sigh... rolls eyes... Hollywood at it's finest in 2022...

    Speaking of which, the film was almost perfect until that last little snipe at the end regarding race, was that seriously needed? To insult most of the audience (including me) with that kak? You couldn't leave it out, as if the male characters portrayals weren't bad enough as they were...

    Overall, it's, not the greatest. Generally it wasn't too bad, but I was skeptical given how Hollywood has to interject snipes here & there to insult its core audience & to think the film wasn't too half bad until that one line at the end, no. Just no. Leave. It. Out.