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TitleFight Club
DirectorDavid Fincher
Year2000
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GenreOther
 
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Submitted by melcrow@popmail.com 
(Jan 19, 2002)

Interesting theory on life. A group of anarchist and their outlook on life and chaos. Although this movie has a few disgusting parts to it and a lot of people that definitely think differently about the world, it's worth checking out. A little farfetched and unbelievable in some areas but definitely contained some eye popping special effects and a surprising ending. If you have a weak stomach, it may not be for you due to the mild fighting violence and other gross things. Impressive performances by Edward Norton and Brad Pitt, however, we could have done without Meatloaf.


Submitted by Duane Short 
(Oct 18, 2001)

Fight Club - A movie that any working white collar middle class man between 21 and 40 should be able to identify with completely.  If you saw American Beauty and saw a little of yourself in the Kevin Spacey Character, then you will definitely feel for the Edward Norton character.  I am trying to do this review without giving anything away because I feel I would ruin it for you.  There is a lot of violence in this movie, SO WHAT, grow up, there is a lot of violence in the world.  It isn't violence for the sake of action, it has a purpose.  If you think we are too PC in this society, then SEE THIS MOVIE!  Brad Pitt is awesome in this movie, his performance reminds me of his performance in "Twelve Monkeys" and Edward Norton is incredible.  Meat Loaf is pretty good too.Great movie, go see it!


Submitted by Anonymous 
(Aug 21, 2001)

This is one of the most innovative movies of all time.  And has been reviewed by professional reviewers as such.  The cast play the characters well, as Edward Norton gives another fine display.This is not a sci-fi movie although it isn't fantasy or horror either.  This is a thinking mans movie that and if it is not examined in this light then the point will be missed and the film may be seen as pointlessly violent.See it and think about its message Space Monkey.


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