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Aroview: Those grim forebodings of the pre-millennial zeitgeist form a backdrop to this flawed but thoroughly unique thriller-satire.
Office stiff Edward Norton finds the multiple dissatisfactions of his life relieved by crashing various victim support groups, before creating his own underground of bare-knuckle 'fight clubs' with charismatic buddy Brad Pitt. Combining crash-hot visuals, clever cynical humour and a fantastic, free-wheeling style, the dir. of SEVEN probes contemporary male anxieties with wit and imagination.
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5 stars (Exceptional) Sadly, if you didn't see Fight Club in the late 90s and before the spoilers, you may have missed your chance to fairly and fully experience the brilliant and now cliché pop-culture phenomenon that it has become. ~Tom H
5 stars (Exceptional) ~Mick28
4 stars (Very Good) Bored with his hum-drum life, an insomniac office worker fills his hours attending support-groups. A chance meeting with charismatic Tyler & he commits his life to a male-bonding Fight Club which grows into a nationwide facist group. Repeat views a must. ~GenXGirl
5 stars (Exceptional) Fast, funny, dark and stylish, with excellent performances from Pitt, Bonham-Carter and Norton. ~Wizzums
2 stars (Good Try) I'm not a Norton fan so it was hard to maintain attention. The fight scenes were over the top and boring.Another batty performance from Helena was the highlight. ~tubbs
4 stars (Very Good) ~mvvm
4 stars (Very Good) The taunting nihilism is brash but true to its subject: dangerously misguided machismo. The fierce cynicism and manic social angst are perhaps even more pertinent 20 years later. A flawed but phenomenal horror-comedy. ~fairbrother
4 stars (Very Good) ~Wyatt Earp
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