Fight Club


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This movie's soo cynical, dark, testosterone drenched, abussive, dangerous, but on it's own it's funny and I think it should have sequel, like nuking whole world with their stolen nuke.

>>By Libertine   (Thursday, 12 Dec 2002 13:48)

I feel that almost everything in fight club is true. the world sucks lets face it its all fucked up due to "society" the way "society" tells us to be and we do do what they tell us to do we "nest" do what the world tells us to because we feel thats the way it should be what society wants not what we want i am not my job it doesn't define me thats all for now!

>>By jack   (Sunday, 15 Dec 2002 10:24)

fight club kix such a fukin large portion of ass its un-fukin-believeable man!

>>By bula   (Tuesday, 14 Jan 2003 17:15)

Er....I dont think there is anything that can be as good as this film (except Brazil)

>>By WesternEyes   (Wednesday, 29 Jan 2003 01:50)

what was in the suitcase at the aiport that was "vibrating"?

>>By angrybob   (Monday, 3 Feb 2003 23:46)

mmmmm edward norton is gooooooood he is sooo fine

>>By sexyness   (Friday, 14 Feb 2003 14:31)

the world have to think on this movie in first half our ý was bored alittle but after that ý really got shocked and fell in love to movie all capital owners watch the movie and start to worry abaut your future because this won't go an anymore by your rules think about it!

>>By durden   (Friday, 28 Feb 2003 19:28)

Fight Club is the most misunderstood movie out there. Everyone I meet says,
"It's just a bunch of guys hitting each other." No one seems to catch the
philosophy behind the movie, which is to shake yourself out of your cocoon
and see what is important to you, not what society has handed you and has
deemed to be important.

"Reject the basic assumption of civilization, especially the importance of
material possessions." - Tyler

>>By Chester   (Wednesday, 12 Mar 2003 00:20)

this movie is so awesome it makes me think how good we all have it and take it for advantage i like it even though it ends differently than the book its still way cool and all philosophical like

>>By rejectedpunk   (Saturday, 15 Mar 2003 03:31)

Was Norton really kicking his own ass? I'm confused.

>>By jen   (Sunday, 16 Mar 2003 02:35)

this movie is the best i have ever seen. when i saw it for the first time it shook my mental core and actually got me thinking differenttly. it started my love affair with movies. this film kick all the kinds of ass that other movies should aspire to kick........tyler put something in his own suitcase to seperate himself from his material possesions..........yes dumbass, he was putting a whooping upon himself............beware of the PUBLIC DOWNFALL.

>>By CLOAKtheBEAR   (Saturday, 29 Mar 2003 08:36)

THiS mOVie KICkeD MorE asS THAN a dRunKen FarMER

>>By Jon   (Monday, 31 Mar 2003 07:13)

Some hate it, some say it's the best movie ever (so do I)... Anyway, this movie is great and respects the book (read it !! - "choke" & "survivor" are great as well -). Fincher & Pitt (dream duo ? :) ) + Norton + Carter ==> KAAABOOOM !!
may have the same status as "Clockwork orange"

>>By PsychoPat   (Thursday, 3 Apr 2003 20:55)

first i see it on TV (BBC over here in England), then i bought the DVD, and then i bought the book, then i sold my television and my PS2. What kinda film can do that? Now I read a lot more, I've taught myself maths in 2 months (to the extent I got 94% in an A-level maths exam) and i'm going to uni this time next year. All of this is due to seeing this great movie! otherwise Id still be sat in front of the telly all day and stacking shelfs all night. When i get to uni im gonna live like tyler did and see whats its like, has anyone else tried things like this?????????????

>>By alex   (Wednesday, 30 Apr 2003 00:41)

Fight Club Standee for Sale:

>>By afficionado79   (Wednesday, 14 May 2003 17:15)

i like the bit where he comes up to the camera and the film seems to come off the roll and he turns away again.

you are the all singing all dancing crap of the world

>>By shark sandwich   (Friday, 23 May 2003 14:33)

This movie, as sick and twisted as it was, has some very valid points. I have lived at both ends of the financial spectrum (father was a sole proprieter of an IT business) and I lived in a rented room next door to a heroine addict and I owned a futon an old PC and some clothes. I preferred living the lifestyle of a person with very little. I accept the philosophy that, if you own very few things, then very few things will own you (to paraphrase Tyler). However, I was puzzled by the phrase Ikea nesting instinct...What is Ikea? Did I spell it correctly?

>>By r3b0rn   (Thursday, 12 Jun 2003 21:06)

I loved it ! I thought Norton and Pitt were fuking briliant!
Mos Def. a great movie , awsome story and great fun! watch it all the t ime!!

>>By eli   (Wednesday, 9 Jul 2003 04:02)

This movie and the book are amazing. I really feel like the message is something we should live by. We're working jobs we hate to buy shit we don't need. We should break away from all the governmental and finachial control, stop caring so much. You are not your job. You are not your furniture, you are not your car. give it up. MAY WE NEVER BE COMPLETE.

fuck yeah tyler.

>>By inner child   (Tuesday, 15 Jul 2003 22:34)

what a movie, after watching it i wanted to beat the shit out of something really bad

>>By just another guy   (Monday, 28 Jul 2003 22:05)

What a brilliant movie. Never join a cult though. Some of that projest mayhem stuff was pretty fucked up.

>>By The Chief   (Monday, 28 Jul 2003 22:09)

Ikea is a big furniture company from Sweeden with very eccentric bright furniture...its expensive and supposed to be 'hip' i guess. some of the stuff is cool but the point was that edward nortons character was obsessed with buying furniture from Ikea to make his house better as if that would complete his life (which he later learned was total bullshit)

>>By ray   (Wednesday, 20 Aug 2003 06:51)

ya know I wish I had my own fightclub. It certainly would destress me a whole bunch! and I just loved the video that Taking Back Sunday did for their song 'Cute without the "e" ' Its got each member of the band being a different character from the movie. I loved the part in the movie when Edward Norton shoots at Brad Pitt and Brad freaks out cuz of all the bombs in the back of the van. "Whoa Whoa! Ok ! Ok! you're now shooting at your imaginary friend with a van filled with 4 tons( I think) of nytroglcorin!" ha ha my part!

>>By lilred   (Wednesday, 20 Aug 2003 09:12)

so many messages this movie rocked norton kicks ass

>>By aaron spears   (Friday, 5 Sep 2003 20:26)

i think this is one of the best movies of the 1990s, if not one of the best of the last 20 years. And i reckon part of the fun is how many people don't "get" it in some ways, cos then you can spend ages putting them right. It is jammed with independence (i hear that Fincher still can't believe that 20th Century Fox let him make it, and i can believe it!) and loads of ideas to make you laugh, to make you cry, to make you wince, to make you feel, and above all, to make you THINK! Oh, and as for the fighting - the next time some asshole tells you it's just people pummeling the hell out of each other, resist the temptation to tell them how stupid they are, and tell them that the film lasts for over 2 hours and the fight scenes, when added together last for a total of around 20 minutes, if that. And then let them do the math!

"It's just people hitting each other"? Yeah,right, and "Citzen Kane" is just about a rich bloke who owns a newspaper!

"You are not your khakis"

>>By Neddy   (Friday, 5 Sep 2003 22:46)

This movie kicked ass.

It is a work of art.

>>By Knoxville grl   (Sunday, 21 Sep 2003 02:21)

You people should read the book. It was ten times better than the movie. The movie was based on the book so I gues thats why.

>>By Emoboy2.0   (Sunday, 21 Sep 2003 04:08)

This movie has such a profound message behind it and i can totally understand it has inspired so many people. There just isn't enough good movies like this. Society does typecast people and people are restricted in their actions because of this downfall.
I would give anythin to have the courage to shake off the opression and live like Tyler. It takes some guts man.

>>By Too Smart for a nickname   (Sunday, 21 Sep 2003 12:48)

I've noticed, that people who enjoy actions films from Jean Claude Van Damme and "rambo"-trilogy, doesn't seem to get the idea of this movie. I mean, good movie makes you think about this all. Is everythin' as it seems to be, or is there somethin' that "normal" folks have missed out....? This is so powerful movie. The best of 'em all! I've never liked Brad Pitt's movie's that much before this one. Now i know he can act! And Edward Norton: always been my favourite!

>>By Plaztik   (Sunday, 21 Sep 2003 20:02)

how good is it when tyler is talking about how the faces on the safety leaflets are like "hindu cows". i was on a plane recently and i was shitting myself. i thought every turn the plane took was going to lead to that horrific mid-air collision...ugh.

>>By papalazorou   (Tuesday, 4 Nov 2003 17:20)

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