Confess Fletch 2022 Crime Movie Review

Confess Fletch 2022 is the newest comedy crime movie to hit theaters and VOD. Directed by Greg Mottola (‘Superbad’) and based on Gregory McDonald’s second Fletch mystery novel, this film stars Jon Hamm as the title character.

While not as funny as Chevy Chase’s earlier incarnation of the character, Confess Fletch is still a fun ride. It also reunites Hamm with his Mad Men co-star John Slattery as the newspaper editor.

Starring Jon Hamm

After becoming the prime suspect in a murder investigation, investigative journalist Irwin “Fletch” Fletcher (Jon Hamm) attempts to prove his innocence. But his efforts quickly become a distraction when he becomes entangled with an art dealer who claims to have stolen his girlfriend’s paintings.

Directed by Greg Mottola and written by him and Zev Borow, Confess Fletch 2022 is a crime comedy that reimagines Gregory McDonald’s popular 1976 novel of the same name. It features a cast including Jon Hamm, Marcia Gay Harden, Kyle MacLachlan, Roy Wood Jr., John Slattery, Lorenza Izzo, and Annie Mumolo.

Directed by Greg Mottola

Director Greg Mottola (The Daytrippers, Adventureland) adapted this film from the Gregory McDonald novels. A protege of Steven Soderbergh and Nancy Tenenbaum, Mottola is a New York native who studied art at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh.

In 2022, Fletch becomes the prime suspect in a murder investigation. He tries to prove his innocence while simultaneously searching for his fiancee’s stolen paintings.

As he investigates, Fletch meets a series of bizarre people, starting with Owen’s crazy neighbor Eve (Annie Mumolo). He also encounters Horan, an art dealer who specializes in germaphobia and EDM music.

Starring Roy Wood Jr.

After decades of development hell, a third incarnation of the iconic Fletch is finally ready to hit the big screen. This time around, Jon Hamm will star as the roguishly charming detective.

In this case, he’s the prime suspect in a murder investigation. As he looks to prove his innocence, he must sift through a long list of suspects — from an art dealer to a missing playboy to a crazy neighbor to his own girlfriend. The film will be directed by Greg Mottola, who also helmed the popular TV series Keeping Up with the Joneses. The film is slated to hit screens on September 16, 2022.

Starring Annie Mumolo

Annie Mumolo is an American actress, screenwriter, and comedian. She co-wrote the film Bridesmaids with Kristen Wiig, for which she was nominated for an Academy Award and BAFTA for Best Original Screenplay.

When investigative journalist Irwin M Fletcher aka Fletch becomes the prime suspect in Laurel’s murder, he gets caught up in a series of bizarre events in order to find out who killed her. He stays in the luxury townhouse of art broker Owen (John Behlmann), and meets a number of strange characters along the way, including Eve, an ex-smoker who explains that she’s a drug addict.

Mumolo is also a voice actress, with a long list of animated roles to her credit. She is married to actor Tim Lovestedt, with whom she has two children.

Starring Ayden Mayeri

The Los Angeles Times reporter Irwin Fletcher, or Fletch as he is known in the world of pop culture, becomes the prime suspect in a murder case. He aims to prove his innocence while searching for the stolen art collection of his fiancee.

Based on Gregory Mcdonald’s classic mystery novels, Confess Fletch stars Jon Hamm and boasts an impressive cast. The film, which hits theaters and digital on Sept. 16 followed by a Showtime premiere in October, is directed by Greg Mottola and co-written by Zev Borow.

Starring Lorenza Izzo

Based on the Gregory Mcdonald novels, Confess Fletch stars Jon Hamm as Irwin “Fletch” Fletcher, an LA Times investigative journalist who takes on a new assignment searching for stolen art in Italy. When he becomes the prime suspect in a murder, he must figure out who is to blame.

Director Greg Mottola (Superbad) helms this 2022 crime comedy starring Mad Men star Jon Hamm as the title character, a roguishly charming and endlessly troublesome reporter who’s named the prime suspect in a murder investigation. He’s got a long list of potential suspects, from an eccentric art dealer to a missing playboy to his Italian girlfriend and a crazy neighbor.