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  New York State Writers Institute - Fight Club Film Notes
Not the fear borne of privation, but the fear borne of prosperity, the nameless, alienating fear that asks, "is this really all there is?" In Fight Club, you throw off the coil of plush consumerism, and reach for the immortality of the barroom brawl.
Tyler is the happy-go-lucky punch-out artist, nighttime robber of liposuction clinic detritus, and impresario of Fight Club.
Tyler invites the impressionable narrator to be the Goering to his Hitler, to enrich themselves as Fight Club goes franchise.
www.albany.edu /writers-inst/fnf04n1.html   (858 words)

  Fight Club (film) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Fight Club (1999) is a film based on the novel Fight Club (1996) by Chuck Palahniuk.
Fight club is initially a cult-like, underground secret society (the first two rules are "You do not talk about fight club"), but as members seem unable to keep the secret, the club inevitably grows.
The film ends with the narrator and Marla watching buildings explode, while the novel ends with the narrator talking about a mental institution (which he believes is heaven) to which he has been confined.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Fight_Club_(film)   (5449 words)

 Fight Club (video game) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Fight Club is a fighting video game based on the film Fight Club, which was based on the novel of the same name by Chuck Palahniuk.
The fighting moves are intended to be brutally violent, such as one where the opponent's arm is visibly broken at the elbow.
By winning fights, the character moves up through the ranks of Fight Club and Project Mayhem to become Tyler Durden's right-hand man. In a bizarre twist that was highly criticized, winning Story mode also unlocks Fred Durst, lead singer from Limp Bizkit, as a playable character.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Fight_Club_(game)   (465 words)

 Anaylsis Of The Film: Fight Club
Fight Club is no exception; it is a multi-layered film with many subplots and themes, but the primarily it a surrealistically description of the status of the American male at the end of the 20th century.
Fight Club lets men live by liberating them; they are allowed to express their primal nature, to be men and reclaim their independent strength, courage and power.
Fight Club takes these themes, consumerism, emasculation of the male and liberation and weaves them together to make a cohesive narrative on the disenchanted, unfilled, castrated male who desperately seeks to be free from societies control.
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 Stu's Fight Club Review
In "Fight Club" Pitt is finally fulfilling his earlier potential shown in movies such as "Seven" and "12 Monkeys." These two fine actors are the center of "Fight Club," and their unlikely but utterly believable friendship drives most of the plot.
The violence that takes place in the fight clubs is abhorrent, a knee-jerk reaction to a society that only values people as consumers and cogs in a system, where redemption is promised by commodities.
But as the narrator observes: "When the fight is over, nothing is solved." At one point, he even refers to the fight clubs as his "wasted life." He beats someone nearly to death, and his only rationale is "I wanted to destroy something beautiful." Their actions are not to be imitated or admired.
members.tripod.com /loki814/reviews/fightclub.html   (697 words)

 Fight Club
Fight Club largely ignores issues surrounding the break up of labor unions, the slashing of the U.S. workforce, extensive plant closings, downsizing, outsourcing, the elimination of the welfare state, the attack on people of color, and the growing disparities between the rich and the poor.
Fight Club portrays a society in which public space collapses and is filled by middle class white men--disoriented in the pandemonium of conflicting social forces--who end up with a lot of opportunities for violence and little, perhaps none at all, for argument and social engagement.
Fight Club reminds us of the need to reclaim the discourses of ethics, politics, and critical agency as important categories in the struggle against the rising tide of violence, human suffering, and the specter of fascism that threatens all vestiges of democratic public life.
www.gseis.ucla.edu /courses/ed253a/FightClub   (8995 words)

 fight club (1999) film cell
Fight Club is narrated by a lonely, unfulfilled young man (Edward Norton) who finds his only comfort in feigning terminal illness and attending disease support groups.
Film cells are strips of 35mm film from the movie which are framed together with a photograph or a movie postcard.
Each film cell is unique, so the film supplied may be different to the one pictured, however we do not use unrecognisable street scenes, long shots or minor characters unlike some other suppliers.
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 Fight Club review
However, Fight Club rapidely goes beyond this premise in order to explore a multitude of facets more absurd from one to the other.
Furthermore, for a film which denounces the consumer society, it is contradictory and even idiotic to invest by millions (65 to be exact) into this subversive idea.
Cleverly, the film denounces what it is. A hybrid work, falsely provocative, which amuses itself by criticizing cinematographical and ideological codes which it uses in good number.
www.plume-noire.com /movies/reviews/fightclub.htm   (1084 words)

 JoBlo reviews the movie "Fight Club"- Comments4
The difference between the two films is that “American Beauty”; takes a somber route and leaves certain elements to be pondered afterwards, whereas with “Fight Club,” the audience is pounded over the head with a sledgehammer with its thematic message.
This is the second best film of the year, after “American Beauty.”; See both films, back-to-back, with a friend and you’ll have one of the most engaging conversations about life, your place in the world and your fate.
FIGHT CLUB is definitely a man's movie-not suitable for some women and especially not for children.
www.joblo.com /fightclub4.htm   (1662 words)

 FILM DIALOGUE: Fight Club -- Mischief, Mayhem, Soap
When they together start the eponymous fight club -- for downtrodden males to regain their masculinity by pummelling each other into a bloody pulp -- it comes as a salvation from the soul-deadening consumerist culture.
The fighting didn’t come to dominate the movie; in fact, Tyler Durden’s increased following is reflected in the increasing intensity of the scenes in the bar basement where members of Fight Club convene.
Fight Club certainly is not a pro-violence film, so the outcry that the movie might instigate antisocial behavior is unfounded.
www-tech.mit.edu /V119/N52/Fight_Club_copy.52a.html   (945 words)

 Amazon.co.uk: Fight Club (PS2): PC & Video Games   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-01)
Fight Club, a "no-holds-barred" fighting game, will portray the brutality of street fighting while encompassing the action and story elements from the movie with intense visuals, untraditional moves, and bare-knuckle destruction.
Ok so there was a bit of fighting in the film but that wasn't what it was about at all.
The game follows the film, with bareknuckle fighting in a variety of places (prehaps in fight clubs around America like in the film?) however what seperates this from other (and very good fighting titles) such as Tekken is the damage.
www.amazon.co.uk /VU-Games-Fight-Club-PS2/dp/B000197Z08   (849 words)

 Fight Club Movie Review by Anthony Leong
Throughout the film, the film talks to, not at, the audience, through its narrator Jack, and as he becomes drawn into the world of Tyler Durden, the audience is drawn in with him.
The film begins with a number of witty reflections on Jack's life, which the audience takes at face value because we 'see' them on the screen-- in the language of persuasion, these introductory scenes would be called the 'yes set', aimed at gaining initial agreement.
Judging from the trailer, "Fight Club" may seem to be an uninteresting film about a group of men pummeling each other for thrills, but that is merely scratching the surface.
www.mediacircus.net /fightclub.html   (1366 words)

 Fight Club
Fight Club is one long interior monologue of such self-loathing and masochist self-indulgence that only a late-night caffeine crawler could stick with it to the nihilist overture of its extended, violent ending.
The idea of the fight club itself is artistically very clever, and its brilliance carries the film through the sludge of its numbing angst and loneliness.
Although it's never stated as such, the men who gather there to fight are the orphans of a test-tube culture, a group of unloved castoffs for whom the cure for pain is more pain itself.
www.culturecourt.com /F/Hollywood/FightClub.htm   (1232 words)

 Total Film - Fight Club
Fight Club’s yuppie narrator (Norton) has the 15th storey glass-fronted condo with expensive furnishings, the highly paid job with career advancement possibilities and a wardrobe of designer clothing.
Fight Club stands to be the most talked-about film of the year simply because there’s so much that can be said about it.
At the end of the day, you could argue that Fight Club is a celebration of corrupted masculinity as vehemently as the opposing view that it’s a parody of these ideals.
www.totalfilm.com /cinema_reviews/fight_club   (843 words)

 Fight Club : Film Reel
Also if you watch fairly old films you can see the "cigeratte burns" and there is in fact a 5 second gap between the first and the second.
Subliminal is very few frames of film, usually one or two, and that flashes by way to fast to be caught by the human eye.
The idea of 'fight clubs' is not new and actually pre-dates the book as well as the film.
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 JoBlo reviews the movie "Fight Club"
When the high of the fights are no longer enough to satisfy the duo, they decide to take things to another level.
AMERICAN BEAUTY was a variance of that type of film, primarily targeted to the baby-boom family audience.
FIGHT CLUB is the fantasy answer to many of the questions facing the doomed male "generation Xers" of the nineties.
www.joblo.com /fightclub.htm   (1592 words)

 Fight Club
Fight Club is by far my favorite movie, and it should also be your favorite movie.
Fight Club is excellent because it takes on the challenging task of creating a major motion picture that is a window into the mind of a crazed man and pulls it off.
Photogrammetry was extensively used in Fight Club and truly sets it apart from the mainstream of Hollywood films.
www.bpqd.org /fightclub.php   (398 words)

 Fight Club - Film Reviews - 2100 Productions - InterVarsity.org
Because of course Fight Club pretends to be a Cautionary Tale.
Fight Club starts out, interestingly enough, about a nameless man (the Narrator, played by Edward Norton) who is a relatively successful employee of "a major automobile manufacturer." He's unhappy, despite his accumulated creature comforts, and this unhappiness has made him an insomniac.
These are movie fights, however, and consequently they go on forever; the men involved are made of some kind of resilient spongy teflon, and they are still sparring and plucky when they obviously have more blood on their shirts than in their veins.
www.intervarsity.org /2100/filmreviews.php?id=2757   (1214 words)

 Fight Club film review
Fight Club tells the story of a representative thirty year-old generation X yuppie-drone Jack (Edward Norton), who suffers from insomnia, depression and terminal consumerism which he describes as an "Ikea nesting instinct." (The film contains an hilarious attack on advertising for the Ikea home-furnishings chain).
In the Fight Club, alienated modern males, both blue and white collar, get in touch with their inner manhood by brutal bare-knuckle boxing brawls that leave them scarred but much happier than they were before.
Despite the first two rules of Fight Club, word spreads and soon chapters are forming all over the city and the country.
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 USATODAY.com - Fight club draws techies for bloody underground beatdowns   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-01)
Inspired by the 1999 film Fight Club, starring Brad Pitt and Ed Norton, underground bare-knuckle brawling clubs have sprung up across the country as a way for desk jockeys and disgruntled youths to vent their frustrations and prove themselves.
Menlo Park police hadn't heard about the local club and said they wouldn't be likely to take action because the fights are on private property between consenting adults.
Five-year fight club veteran Dinesh Prasad, 32, a heavily tattooed Santa Clara engineer, said he once broke a rib in a match but never complained to his fellow combatants.
www.usatoday.com /tech/news/2006-05-29-fight-club_x.htm   (812 words)

 Fight Club - Wikiquote
A guy who came to Fight Club for the first time, his ass was a wad of cookie dough.
The second rule of Fight Club is you do not talk about Fight Club.
Third rule of Fight Club, someone yells 'stop', goes limp, taps out, the fight is over.
en.wikiquote.org /wiki/Fight_Club_(film)   (2013 words)

 Movie Preview : Fight Club
Fight Club is an exhilarating journey of four friends Vicky (Zayed Khan), Karan (Dino Morea), Somil (Ritiesh Deshmukh) and Diku (Aashish Choudhary), who in a constant endeavor to help each other, get entangled in a web of incidents, some romantic, many funny and all that test the extremes of their friendship.
A club which gives people a platform to score with their enemies in a atmosphere of fun, action and excitement.
Amidst the on-going fun, team fight club get entangled in affairs of the heart and mind with Anu (Dia Mirza) and Shonali (Amrita Arora) which thicken their bonds tighter�and make them travel to Delhi to look after a nightclub, 'Crossroads', which is in the eye of a storm created by Delhi's most dangerous gang lords.
www.bollywoodpremiere.com /movies/preview/06/FightClub.php   (329 words)

 Fight Club: The Book and Film: Essential Reading and Viewing - Associated Content
David Fincher’s film Fight Club also tackles these themes, blowing them up into larger-than life images of anger; hopelessness and how one group of men took out their aggressions on corporate America.
Fight Club is about men who are already in a great deal of pain because of shattered dreams and the illusions there were taught to believe in by society.
Fight Club the book is available now in paperback, the film is also on DVD in a fabulous collector box complete with commentaries and behind the scenes footage.
www.associatedcontent.com /article/9377/book_film_of_fight_club_essential_reading.html   (706 words)

 The Film Journal...Passionate and informed film criticism from an auteurist perspective.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-01)
Film can seduce and indoctrinate the viewer urging him or her to confront his or her own emotion.
That the film has its viewers blindly accept a new value structure which undermines and subverts most "normal" values of right and wrong, is a stunning testament to film's ability to create a separate reality within the confines of the theater space.
The film which exists apart from conventional reality can provide an extasy-an ex stasis allowing the viewer to be taken outside of the domain of normal consciousness and into a reality that is probably most similar to the passive experience of the unconscious dream mixed with conscious memory.
www.thefilmjournal.com /issue8/fightclub.html   (7304 words)

 Amazon.com: Fight Club (Widescreen Edition): DVD: Edward Norton,Brad Pitt,Meat Loaf,Helena Bonham Carter,Zach ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-01)
Fight Club takes perhaps more than others, but if you're willing to let yourself get caught up in the anarchy, this film, based on the novel by Chuck Palahniuk, is a modern-day morality play warning of the decay of society.
They fight each other, and then as others are attracted to their ways, they fight the men who come to join their newly formed Fight Club.
Fight Club is a mean, dirty, bloody journey into the psyche of men in the modern world.
www.amazon.com /Fight-Club-Widescreen-Edward-Norton/dp/B000067J1H   (1706 words)

 Fight Club
Fight Club captures the attention of the audience while demonstrating the effects of mental disorders.
Narrated by Norton, the film questions the sanity of the main character Jack, as he falls into a toxic relationship with a man (Pitt) he first met on an airplane.
All of his addictions are excessive; he purchases all IKEA furniture, attends fight club almost every night, and finds a support group to attend each night of the week.
www.louisville.edu /~lkharp02/paper2.html   (1433 words)

 TermPapers-TermPapers.com - An Analysis Of The Film Fight Club
Together they establish a fight club for men, as an underground way to express rage and living on the edge, to feel alive by approaching death.
Fight Club's hallucinations are real, we see the imagined plane crash, the penguin at the center of the Narrator's being.
In Fight Club it is essential, not only to comment ironically on the action, but also to raise the idea that our narrator may indeed be completely unreliable.
www.termpapers-termpapers.com /dbs/d1/mlo18.shtml   (1619 words)

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