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Fight Club (1999) Watch Free

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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Amjad A 30 Nov 2013

Fight Club is a poetic, provocative, controversial and amazingly constructed contemporary film, which tackles issues regarding the self absorbed American society obsessed with materialism and consumerism. The acting is superb, the storytelling is incredibly insightful. Everything comes together perfectly. Edward Norton and Brad Pitt deliver knockout performances in this post modern, stylish and socially insightful film which features an array of subtext that will leave the audience both mesmerised and hypnotised. The film is entirely about self retribution and self identification. It's about redeeming yourself and letting go of lifestyle obsessions which the media and the corporations have fuelled you with. The film is symbolic in so many ways, and it's entirely relevant. I advice this film highly for anyone who appreciates incredible film-making.


Mufrad H 19 Dec 2013

Smart , Intelligent and dark . Fight Club is considered as Hollywood's epic masterpiece. And as well as dual combo performance by Brad Pitt and Edward Norton . Its David Fincher's best so far.


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Benjamin H 07 Feb 2014

A very good movie with an ultimate plot twist. Awesometacular


David V 20 Oct 2013

Great plot, great character development, great conclusion, great everything.


Archie S 09 Nov 2014

This is not a movie. This isn't even a great movie. This is an experience, and from the moment it starts to when Pixies finish playing at the end, every second of it keeps you hooked and intrigued, and that isn't because of the fighting. Everything in it is unique from anything else, especially the Narrator and Tyler Durden, who are some of the best characters put to cinema. Definitely the best movie of 1999, and probably the best of the decade, because it's about everything in the average man's life from that era and speaks to not only it's generation, but every generation to come, including me, only being born the year it was released. I could go on forever about it, but I digress. Basically, it is one of the best movies I've seen in everything. Story, characters, style, humour etc. And my personal favourite movie of all time.


Hoàng ? 11 Feb 2014

Many lessons to learn from this movie. Surely, Tyler Durden is a voice of a generation. He has a great impact on not only my way of life but also on many people out there.


Adam H 14 Sep 2013

David Fincher succeeds as a stylish, masterful story-teller with Fight Club - an engrossing, thoroughly entertaining film led by the mind-blowing performances of Norton and Pitt.


Demetrius N 05 Feb 2014

One of the greatest movies ever made, hands down.


Pedro J 20 May 2014

This is a film that questions consumerism and complacency in a stylish and darkly comedic way, but ultimately warns that nihilism is a dangerous fantasy. It is arguably Fincher's best work and all of the leads are fantastic. It's also great to watch in a completely different way upon second viewing once you know the end.

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