|Review: Similar in idea American Beauty, but certainly not in the style or content of this sad look on underground culture and the spiritual salvation brings is easily one of the most intelligent films I’ve ever seen. Directed by the same man, we had the excellent The game is a different movie you more than once to see to really understand. Focus on the sad white collar, middle class Norton, whose only real dream in life is to have the content of IKEA catalog follows him through a chance encounter with a charismatic stranger Pitt and the unfortunate events that combine to They pulled together to own. After a hard nights drinking they start a friendly-ish waste is considered to be some of the others, and that little acorn a mighty oak grows called Fight Club. This is the point around which the whole film turns to Norton and Pitt formation of an underground club that attracts more and more disillusioned young men to join. Based on solid Queensbury rules, it is a cathartic way to bloody If you during the night. Finally, if there is a large operation Pitt, the de facto leader, move gear and create his own cult of this secret organization. This is where the film is brilliant and the twist near the end is beautiful, even better than the much talked about The Sixth Sense. It has so much to say about things: the emasculation of a whole generation of young men (no great war to fight, no great depression), the growing isolation we all feel between themselves and the need to do something for us to retreat to find out together, and most importantly, the power of exciting, challenging the idea and fermentation in cultism. But where many movies just want to say is a bad thing is not Fight Club. It is a condemnation of a materialistic society that has forgotten a lot of the car. You can empathize with these people at all, even when they stand up together against this indifferent society that raised something to his instincts do not understand. Its so close to genius as you have received and film you talk about and think about for days.