#1 Posted by Apparatus_Unearth (3197 posts) -

I won't go off on a big long thing or anything and I know I'm way late to the party but that was a damn good movie. I know it's about the least important thing, but the fight scenes were good. The best part was the acting and the dialogue, obviously. Everyone quotes this movie so I don't need to talk about the philosophical aspect of it because I'm sure most people know about it. It was a complete mindfuck and I'm still thinking about it but everything about it was just spot on. 10/10. 
 
On a lesser note, I saw Resident Evil: Afterlife and I think Screened was way too harsh on it. For me it was just a lot of preposterous dumb fun.

#2 Posted by Jasta (2217 posts) -

Yup, total mind bender, but a good one. =D

Glad you enjoyed it.

#3 Posted by AgentJ (8778 posts) -
#4 Posted by InfamousBIG (3213 posts) -

My friend spolier'd it halfway through the movie.  Dick.

#5 Posted by MistaSparkle (2148 posts) -

Yeah I remember when I first saw it! Haha. Same reaction.

#6 Posted by agentboolen (1816 posts) -

Yea I really enjoyed this when I saw it, I have the dvd somewhere I have to find it and dust it off and throw it into the DVD player again.  Damn good movie!!

#7 Posted by Everyones_A_Critic (6305 posts) -

It's one of those movies that I can watch over and over again and take something new from it every time. One of the greatest things to come from the '90's, that's for sure.

#8 Posted by agentboolen (1816 posts) -
@AgentJ said:
" Glad you liked it. I consider it to be the third best movie ever made. "
You get props for putting Hot Fuzz up that high, but Shaun of the Dead was better IMO    =)
#9 Posted by Grilledcheez (3952 posts) -

Yeah, I actually just saw it for the first time about a week ago...it was awesome

#10 Posted by TheJohn (553 posts) -

It's one of the few movies with a "twist ending" that holds up to repeated viewings, in my opinion.
Great movie!

#11 Posted by BionicMonster (1032 posts) -

I only enjoyed RE: Afterlefe because me and my friends had a great time riffing on it(I can literally name every movie every slo-mo scene is stolen from).

#12 Posted by Guyzea (816 posts) -

What's Edward Norton's character name in this movie??

#13 Posted by Lego_My_Eggo (1064 posts) -
#14 Posted by Jeust (10770 posts) -

Yep, it's a mind-bender.  
 
Have to see it soon. Thanks for the reminder!

#15 Posted by iizcallum (606 posts) -

Probably my favourite film. It's so good. :)

#16 Posted by chronicsmoke (996 posts) -

Yep amazing movie,I consider it to be among the top ten best movies ever made

#17 Posted by The_Hiro_Abides (1265 posts) -

 I am Jack's complete lack of surprise. 

#18 Posted by Lego_My_Eggo (1064 posts) -
#19 Posted by Adamsons (877 posts) -
@Guyzea said:
" What's Edward Norton's character name in this movie?? "
Narrator! 
 
:D
#20 Posted by Bionicicide (1213 posts) -

It becomes a different movie after seeing it for the first time.

#21 Posted by thedj93 (1237 posts) -
#22 Posted by HandsomeDead (11863 posts) -

Fight Club is great but it's really not the best film ever or anything like that.

#23 Posted by Apparatus_Unearth (3197 posts) -
@Prolix said:
  Question:  How did you like it knowing the ending?  How have you honestly never heard how it ends.  What kind of a rock do you  live under?       
I've honestly never heard how it ends.
#24 Posted by Inf225 (503 posts) -
@chronicsmoke said:
" Yep amazing movie,I consider it to be among the top ten best movies ever made "
Agreed, i try to watch it at least once a year. I got the blue ray, epic.
#25 Posted by DJSire (45 posts) -
@Guyzea said:
" What's Edward Norton's character name in this movie?? "
Jack
#26 Posted by Bigrhyno (505 posts) -

One of my favorite movies. I think one thing that made me really like it is that I had heard almost nothing about it at the time, and I thought I was going to see a movie that was just about guys fighting. Unfortunately, I don't get that kind of experience often since movie trailers are everywhere.

#27 Posted by tooPrime (345 posts) -

I thought Fight Club was a pile of crap, but whatever.  Thematically it is nonsensical and I think most people are tricked by the gimmicky ending into thinking it is good.

#28 Edited by MrKlorox (11209 posts) -

Yeah it was a cool movie when it was fresh. It's a little cliche now though. But for those who have been lucky enough to not have it ruined for them, it's an enjoyable flick.
 
edit: ALSO I used to work at an office supply store and one of the sticky address label packages (Avery brand, forgot the size and type) totally had a fight club reference in the example used on the cover. It read:
 
Tyler Durden
420 Paper Street
(forgot the city and state -- Wisconsin was it? Or perhaps Illinois)
 
I should have taken a picture. I told my boss and she was like "whut's Fight Club".
 
edit2: Damn I just browsed through all the address label "package art"  on the Avery website. It makes sense for them to notice and change it by this time. I saw the original packaging in like 2005 or so. But there were totally stoners manning the label packaging at Avery for a while.
 
edit3: ah thanks, Internet:




The new label says Rose Fern. Not as cool, but still not without humor.
#29 Posted by Brenderous (1105 posts) -

I've never seen it and I had the ending ruined for me. 
 
Maybe I need to see it to get the full effect, but that's not much of a twist. 
 
Maybe in 1999.