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Fight Club: Overrated

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Fight Club with Brad Pitt and Edward Norton

Fight Club with Brad Pitt and Edward Norton

Don’t hate me. I liked the movie. But I still think it is overrated. Wanna fight? Meet me here:

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4 Responses to “Fight Club: Overrated”

  1. john howard says:

    yes, very overrated. it didn’t win a single god damn oscar. slumdog millionaire, now that’ aint overrated – it won every fucking award across the board. it deserves more.

  2. zoey says:

    Well, I don’t believe in Oscars that much. It is very political and well, it is unbelievable Gary Oldman was never even once nominated. But Sandra Bullock gets best actress with The Blind Side?
    I haven’t seen Slumdog Millonaire yet. But in my opinion, Fight Club is not by all means a bad movie. Yes, I think, it is overrated. I don’t think it was one of the best movies ever made. But it is interesting and original. I think the most overrated movie in the world is Pulp Fiction and it is a horrible film!

  3. Chris says:

    Yes, I agree. “Fight Club” was a one-view film for me. Not saying it was bad, though. I’ve seen much worse. In my opinion, a good movie is one which I can watch multiple times and never get tired of, like “Back to the Future” or Ghostbusters”. “Fight Club” is not one of those films.

  4. zoey says:

    Thank you for commenting Chris. I also think that a movie’s first and foremost job is to entertain the audience, or at least engross us to such an extent that we will want to watch it over and over again. I lost count of how many times I saw Back to the Future. In fact, I saw many Michael J. Fox films more than once. Fight Club was good, it had a point to prove. But I just wouldn’t come back to it. I didn’t like the ending, the characters were impossible to relate to and while it was engaging, it wasn’t a fun experience for me.

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