Fight Club

    Fight Club


    A ticking-time-bomb insomniac and a slippery soap salesman channel primal male aggression into a shocking new form of therapy. Their concept catches on, with underground "fight clubs" forming in every town, until an eccentric gets in the way and ignites an out-of-control spiral toward oblivion.

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    • Edward NortonNarrator
    • Brad PittTyler Durden
    • Helena Bonham CarterMarla Singer
    • Meat LoafRobert 'Bob' Paulson
    • Jared LetoAngel Face
    • Zach GrenierRichard Chesler (Regional Manager)
    • Holt McCallanyThe Mechanic
    • Eion BaileyRicky
    • Richmond ArquetteIntern at Hospital
    • David AndrewsThomas at Remaining Men Together


    • 100

      San Francisco Chronicle

      Delivers a sucker punch to the audience and then pulls the rug out from under it. It is sensational. It is also grimly funny.
    • 100

      Portland Oregonian

      Fight Club -- cue the blurb machine -- is a knockout.
    • 80

      The New York Times

      The sardonic, testosterone-fueled science fiction of Fight Club touches a raw nerve.
    • 75

      Miami Herald

      As a piece of storytelling, Fight Club is a bit of a dud: It's a good 15 minutes too long, and the tension doesn't build the way you wish it would.
    • 70

      Washington Post

      A provocative experience that lights you up even as it brutalizes you. And I don't even like Brad Pitt very much.
    • 63

      Baltimore Sun

      Keeps filmgoers wondering what will happen next even as they are repulsed by what's happening in front of them.
    • 63

      USA Today

      It's fun to talk about...but the price you pay is enduring its excesses and pummeled-home thematic points.
    • 50

      Chicago Reader

      This exercise in mainstream masochism, macho posturing, and designer-grunge fascism is borderline ridiculous. But it also happens to be David Fincher's richest movie.

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