Fight Club

This movie starting Tyler Durden (Brad Pitt) And Edward Norton ( The Narrator). The movie set in 1999 in a big city.

This movie the main character played by Patrick Norton is “A ticking-time-bomb insomniac”, with out the ability to sleep at night he takes on a whole new life, in doing so he creates a series of “Fight Clubs” because it seems that the only way to fix the problems of insomnia is the fight clubs, and then a sensuous woman come between him and Tyler Durden (Brad Pitt), this creates “an out-of-control spiral toward oblivion”.

This move is a real Bone Smacker, and in the end you wont even know what to think. This movie will need to be watched at least twice in order for the viewer to understand it fully.

This film was quite unique in the way that it was filmed due to the ever darkness that seems to be looming. The story to this movie is so folded upon it self that when its over your jaw will hit the floor and your head will be full of questions that can only be answered by watching the movie again.

This movie was nominated for an Oscar and many other awards.

Back O The Box:

” A ticking time-bomb insomniac and a slippery soap salesman channel primal male aggressions into a shocking new form of therapy. Their concept catches on, with underground “fight clubs” forming in every town — until a sensuous and mysterious woman comes between the two men and ignites and out-of-control spiral toward oblivion.”

I give this movie a Buy because you will never have seen it enough.

3 thoughts on “Fight Club”

  1. I agree on your point of view and think that this movie does deserve multiple viewings to completely understand it and like that you mentioned the names of the actors. I think that the only problem with this review is that you should go into more detail about the plot. Otherwise, good review.

  2. I don’t agree with this movie review. I watched Fight Club and enjoyed it. I thought that the reviewer gave away the storyline and the ending of the film. Of course, at the end of the film the audience realizes that Patrick suffers from insomnia and is crazy, but that is what made the movie so mind-blowing. Throughout the whole movie, you really thought that everything was real and that he was actually going to all of these fights and that he did have a friend that introduced him to fight club (Brad Pitt). If I didn’t see this movie, I would thank the reviewer for ruining the ending for me. But, since I saw it, I can safely say that the review was ok, but could of wished he would of left the ending out of the review.

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