Fight Club


Action / Drama

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 80%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 96%
IMDb Rating 8.8 10 1598220


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Brad Pitt as Tyler Durden
Jared Leto as Angel Face
Helena Bonham Carter as Marla Singer
Edward Norton as The Narrator
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by cinemajesty 9 / 10

When Anything Has Been Possible

Movie Review: "Fight Club" (1999)

At a time with young, striving director David Fincher, at age 36, bringing out the dead as the living alike with a personal, yet novel-adaptation-filtered, take on ultimate questions on the human condition, comes "Fight Club" to late to make waves at the international box office, going under as a highly-regarded, highly-revisited and highly-respected cinematic piece of art, when the main characters of just being "The Narrator" and his hit-and-run close-to-lazy, but downward-life-embracing friend Tyler Durden, up to ultra-narcisstic heights in motion picture history portrayed by actor Brad Pitt in its prime, when counterpart, fresh out of "American History X" boot-camping productions Edward Norton, keep close encounters with the enternal feminine performing character Marla Singer, here brought to justice by actress Helena Bonham Carter, when the high-end Hollywood budget embracing adaptation of Chuck Palahniuk's book of 1996, which so famously filtered the parents-estranged "Generation X", when today's "Generation Y" catched the awareness of being more then just white-trash junk-pushing anarchists to the point-of-no-return; so then "Fight Club" must succeed as full-orchestra-playing, from camera-motion digital-extension-initiative cinematography by Jeff Cronenworth to finalizing kaleidoscopish montage sequence-editorials by endless-threads-cutter James Haygood, believed to be an alterego of director David Fincher himself; a cinematic masterpiece for everyone to discover in retrospective of Hollywood production season 1998/1999, when film-making directors had been put into place of vision by endeavoring producers as Arnon Milchan, Joel Silver and "8mm" (1999) producing Gavin Polone & Joel Schumacher, to the state of "anything is possible".

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Reviewed by tropatmp2 10 / 10

Fight Club

Fight Club is a cult classic, an absolutely brilliant and unexpectedly good movie with a great plot twist. Definitely my favorite movie of all time.

Reviewed by drewby118 9 / 10

Not overrated

I had this film constantly discussed around me growing up. "It's the best film ever made!" "It's an overrated piece of trash!" Around three years ago i finally saw Fight Club, and i can say with certainty, it is not overrated. You need to watch this film. It's a masterpiece in cinema history.

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