Utilising some fantastic CGI, featuring a great soundtrack by The Dust Brothers and with a sharp, witty script this all comes together sublimely thanks to Fincher's assured direction. I could go on and on about this movie but will stop now before I have to edit myself back down to the word limit.
Un film ricco di spunti anticapitalistici, che però sono a mio avviso in larga parte vanificati dalla pornografia della violenza di cui si fa sfoggio, dando l'idea che si possa combattere il sistema solo prendendosi a scazzottate. L'anarchia che vi si scorge tende così drammaticamente al fascismo e il dolore, fonte di rinascita, è inteso quasi squisitamente in termini fisici.
If movies could smell, this one would smell like dirty underwear. Vulgar, nasty, raw, filthy, disgusting looking. Great cinematography nonetheless. The dialogue is still way too oddly specific for my taste. Very strong choices were taken. I think it's a bit too long. The twist is masterfully clever, it was there from the beginning.
If you watched this movie back then, you can see and feel the changes you embraced and the changes you haven't. If you are watching the first time, you are going to potentially and hopefully question your individualism and how society tries to forge you very often. So meet find your Tyler, talk to me and be open to question everything. I read the book and it's a fascinating additional lens, deeper than the movie.
3.79 Best Movie about 90's - Society of Consumption and Wild-Capitalism. Brad's and Edward's best acting performances. Edward was also really good at American History X. Edit: After years maybe 21 , I watched this again in here. When I first watched the movie I really liked it, I was a teenager. I can see that know this movie can affect a teenager but in my ages; I see really harmful, explicit crime scenes.
“You met me at a very strange time in my life.” Just tremendous. Fast paced, funny, witty, brutal, smart. A commentary on modern masculinity, on violence, cults of personality, consumer culture, our divided selves. The end is almost perfect, fading out as the Pixies play and the buildings tumble. Just tremendous.