Fight Club

Fight Club

(1999)

Adaptation of the Chuck Palahniuk novel, with the combined talents of Brad Pitt, Edward Norton and director David Fincher making for a full-throttle exploration of life in the late 1990s.... More

The film's narrator (Norton) attends support groups of all manner of addictions and ailments as a way to experience something within his unfeeling, commercial existence. On a business trip, he meets Tyler Durden (Pitt) who suggests a fight club - a place for men to meet and beat the hell out of each other, as a release for their aggressive tendencies.Hide

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Now, a question of etiquette - as I pass, do I give you the ass or the crotch? quality, quality film! pure awesome.


As a 'twenty something', awesome!


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  • But the second act is pandering and the third is trickery, and whatever Fincher thinks the message is, that's not what most audience members will get. Full Review

  • What's most troubling about this witless mishmash of whiny, infantile philosophizing and bone-crunching violence is the increasing realization that it actually thinks it's saying something of significance. Full Review

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