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Fight Club (1999 movie)

266 Ratings: 3.9
A 1999 movie starring Edward Norton and Brad Pitt based on the book of the same name.

FIGHT CLUB is narrated by a lonely, unfulfilled young man (Edward Norton) who finds his only comfort in feigning terminal illness and attending disease support groups. Hopping from group to group, he encounters another pretender, or "tourist," … see full wiki

Genre: Comedy
Release Date: October 15, 1999
MPAA Rating: R
30 reviews about Fight Club (1999 movie)
review by . December 14, 2008
From first punch to the last blood splatter this movie socks it to you with every scene. Director David Fincher molds the cast of actors to create a riveting tale which enthralls the masses depicting the feelings of the common man struggling to deal with the realities of everyday existence. Edward Norton and Brad Pitt come together in superb fashion portraying the duo of Tyler Durden and "The Narrator". The writer of the book, Chuck Palahniuk, must be a proud father with the triumph of the onscreen …
review by . December 17, 2008
I watched this movies about a month ago on the G4 channel.  I honestly thought it was gonna be pretty dumb but I decided to watch it because of been a fan of Edward Norton's since Primal Fear.  It's well written and the acting was awesome by both Ed and Brad Pitt.  I found it really funny when they started beating the crap out of each other in the parking lot.  Who does that?!?   The ending really blow me away and I never saw it coming!  I had no idea that …
review by . March 06, 2004
posted in Movie Hype
Interesting tale of what happens when white collar worker get bored. With nothing better to do, two guys have a fight and it draws a crowd. This seems to start a new fad where accountants/lawyers/stockbroker types get together and watch two of them go at it. Eventually, guys are showing up to work all bruised and there seems to a knowing when one sees the other.As the movie progresses, we are not sure what is real and what is in the mind of one of the main characters.There have been other movies …
review by . December 26, 2002
posted in Movie Hype
First impressions count, they last, and I think they explain the overwhelmingly positive reactions of the Amazon readership to this film. The first hour of Fight Club is truly, exquisitely, brilliant: patiently (if acidly) observed, witty and deadpan, and the punches it lands - good, solid punches - are of the purely figurative kind. The first hour is nothing like what I was expecting (well, there's no fighting, for a start), so much so that I had to check I actually had the right film. But it was …
review by . July 01, 2000
FIGHT CLUB is one of the most disturbing contemporary social summations ever drawn. Sort of a LORD OF THE FLIES for the 21st Century. It is with a sense of acknowledged regret to agree that the film is a wakeup call. This is brilliant movie making and if you find the story, the acting, the concept, the message just this side of nausea, then watch this DVD again and again until you are able to accept the fact that this may by apocalyptic. Yes, it is over the top, but at times that is the only way …
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