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½ May 21, 2018
This movie is just a classic that everyone should see at least twice. This complex plot with it's original editing style, it's awesome soundtrack and superb acting gives out one of the best movies ever. Everything about this movie just works.
April 28, 2018
pretty cool movie is probably required viewing for most guys. A little pretentious in spots but overall, a rather wild ride. great ending, and Helena Bonham Carter is a gas
April 23, 2018
Fight Club ist ein Thriller in dem es um den Schizophrenie-Erkrankten Tyler Durden geht der einen Kampf-Club gründet. Auf authentische Weise wird die Krankheit von Tyler (gespielt von Edward Norton) geschildert. Dieser Film ist brutal, spannend und beim ersten Mal Anschauen nicht gleich einfach zu verstehen. David Fincher der Regisseur hat einen Kultfilm mit Fight Club geschaffen. Ein Pflichtfilm.
April 22, 2018
I swear Brad Pitt is always excellent when he is portraying a wacko. I mean look at Snatch, Kalifornia and 12 monkeys. Wonderful surprise about Tyler Durden towards the end. One of the best crazy ass movies of the ages.
April 16, 2018
favorite movie of all time
½ April 11, 2018
A very absurd movie. I don't know very Imdb's raters like this mess.
½ April 11, 2018
exerts itself to be a catharsis for everyday life's restraints, but the sense of deliberately awkward bestiality and stultifying behaviour incubates the film's midst. 'fight club' puts itself in a pretty sad state: it's the ruffian's idea of highbrow ordinance.
March 31, 2018
An amazing mind blowing experience, a mix of excellent directing, visual effects, solid performances and an absolutely mind bending script. Fight club is an absolute must see.
½ March 31, 2018
Excellent, excellent film, dark and disturbing, nightmaristic but beautiful acting and direction. Fincher is almost perfect with his vision, and there are so many stylish shots you'll be blown away. Edward Norton is amazing as the nameless antihero, an insomniac who goes to meetings for dying people, for comfort. His life is terrible, and his house has just been blown up when he meets Tyler Durden, played excellently by Brad Pitt. Durden is basically the opposite of the narrator, and the two leads have many great scenes together.

It's very violent, and there are some truly hideous scenes, like the fight between Angel Face and the Narrator, but it does add to the horrific feel of the film. The supporting cast are mostly good, the best being Meat Loaf as Bob and Helena Bonham Carter as Marla. There are numerous other things to like, such as the attention to detail (watch out for the blips) and the brilliant score by the Dust Brothers. It's as disturbing and creepy as the source novel, and is one of the best, most defintive films of the 90's.
March 18, 2018
Master piece.... Better than bock
March 8, 2018
an outstanding and different take depression and mental illness, this twisted tale is topped off with one of the best endings in cinematic history. even better when rewatched and you can notice all of the subtle and clever hints to what's really going on.
February 26, 2018
Let's be honest, Fight Club isn't really for a mainstream audience. And Fight Club is polarizing and understandably so. Yet I found myself loving this movie even when I accidentally found out about the huge plot twist. Although I had trouble believing it at first. Fight Club has some incredible production design. The stylish way in which David Fincher directs, the utilization of CGI. I wonder how ahead of its time the CGI was back then. Like everyone else, I believe Fight Club is a darkly satirical view on consumerist culture and one huge "Take That!" against society. It's the type of movie that has you asking "Should I be laughing?" due to the scenes that are quite comedic such as Tyler Durden's poor excuse for not recruiting Jared Leto. Narration that isn't done by Freeman, Hopkins or Stewart tends to usually be a sin but Edward Norton really kills it as the Narrator. It's one of the few times when narration is actually okay. Fight Club is an underrated movie that is more entertaining when viewed as a black comedy than a full-on drama despite what IMDb claims.
February 25, 2018
Fantastic movie, unbelievable ending
February 24, 2018
1001 movies to see before you die.
½ February 23, 2018
Fight Club: A pretensious, bestowed, slow, and boring thiller. One that uses violence as a lame excuse for rapture and a waste of a talented cast, with a melodramatic ending that neither changes the outcome or complex plot, it tries so hard to be.
February 23, 2018
A rare occasion where everything went right. Starting from Palahniuk's seminal novel, followed by even better screenplay, propelled by excellent direction and then launched straight to stratosphere by a jaw dropping cast. This is once in a lifetime movie experience which only gets better with time. No wonder it never got any Oscars or Grammy's or other such nonsense.
February 22, 2018
FIGHT CLUB is in my top 10 favourite movie list, and it will always be in the top 10. what a film by the master David Fincher, and what a performance by Brad Pitt, just awesome.
February 11, 2018
Dont be mad at a movie just because it is smarter than you. If yu understood it.... then im sure your life has managed to change itself in some way.
½ February 6, 2018
Title: Fight Club
Story/Writing/Message/Plot: 5
Character/Acting: 5
Music/Sound: 5
Cinematography/Editing: 4
Age/Originality: 3
Total: 22/25
February 3, 2018
"Fight Club" is, simply put, a delusional movie. I don't mean that in a bad way, however: the story is incredibly unique and intriguing, albeit absolutely mad in about every of its aspects. The Narrator, an office worker-turned-insomniac portrayed by a young Edward Norton, has his apartment blown up and thus loses everything in his possession, whereafter he meets an outlaw-ish brute, a certain 'Tyler Burden', portrayed by an evenly fresh Brad Pitt. Together, they start a recreational, underground fistfight club.

That is to say, "fresh" isn't exactly how one could describe "Fight Club". The film gets its charm from its filth, nonchalance and brutal surrealism: the dark, bloody, dirty, violent, cult-like environments, driven by ideologies declared by derailed personalities, make for an almost careless aesthetic that wholly differs from the cinematic norm - though a pleasant one, for sure. To amplify this barbaric nature, characters seem to heal from battle wounds in a quick (and, in doing so, surreal) fashion, so that they are able to participate in fistfights more often than sanity would advise us: I'm sure that in reality, the cuts and bruises would become unbearable, that members of Fight Club would receive unthinkable brain damage, and deaths would be rather frequent in said club, given the raw fighting the audience is shown. Again: all this adds, rather than takes away.

Without spoiling too much of the plot: the film can be divided into two parts - one before, and one after the grand plot twist. During the first part, which largely comprises what's described above, loads of subliminal buildup of story takes place, to eventually catalyse one of the best plot twists that was once witnessable on the contemporary big screen. It offers a great explanation for the peculiarity of the story up until that point, whilst making it even more twistedly genius at the same time, ending the film in the climactic second and final part.

So, in short, "Fight Club" is a raw, psychopathic and disturbing narration about having nothing to lose, offering a unique twist on things as they are - an absolutely remarkable piece of storytelling history.
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