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Chevy Chase is at his hilarious best as Irwin “Fletch” Fletcher, a newspaper reporter who changes his identity more often than his underwear. While working on a drug exposé, he stumbles onto a scam that gets him up to his byline in murder, police corruption and forbidden romance. For this ace newsman, it’ll be the story of the year, if he can only stay alive till the deadline. Fletch is a must-own comedy-thriller classic. Just don’t call him “Irwin!”… More >>


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  1. The quality of the video is so high def you feel like you could touch Chevy Chase right through the screen. I recommend.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. The other reviewer for this must be new to the format. The Blu-ray release of Fletch features a mediocre transfer not much better than the Jane Doe Edition DVD release. The picture looks overly processed with only a fair amount of fine object detail and lots of coarse texture. The grain is noisy and edge ringing artifacts occur throughout the movie. As for the audio, you have to bear in mind that Fletch was originally recorded in Dolby Stereo. So, despite the DTS-MA track, the best you get is some music bleed to the rear channels. Overall, the Blu-ray transfer is the best the movie has ever looked and sounded on home video but it is not worth paying more than $10 to own.
    Rating: 3 / 5

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