Fight Club

Edward Norton  Actor Brad Pitt  Actor Helena Bonham Carter  Actor Meat Loaf  Actor Jared Leto  Actor


MPAA Rating: R
Contains:Graphic Violence,Not For Children,Profanity,Sexual Situations

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Fight Club

Theatrical Release Date: 1999 10 15 (USA)

UPC: 024543617907

Studio: 20th Century Fox

MPAA Rating: R   Contains:[Graphic Violence, Not For Children, Profanity, Sexual Situations]

Summary: In this darkly comic drama, Edward Norton stars as a depressed young man (named in the credits only as "Narrator") who has become a small cog in the world of big business. He doesn't like his work and gets no sense of reward from it, attempting instead to drown his sorrows by putting together the "perfect" apartment. He can't sleep and feels alienated from the world at large; he's become so desperate to relate to others that he's taken to visiting support groups for patients with terminal diseases so that he'll have people to talk to. One day on a business flight, he discovers Tyler Durden (Brad Pitt), a charming iconoclast who sells soap. Tyler doesn't put much stock in the materialistic world, and he believes that one can learn a great deal through pain, misfortune, and chaos. Tyler cheerfully challenges his new friend to a fight. Our Narrator finds that bare-knuckle brawling makes him feel more alive than he has in years, and soon the two become friends and roommates, meeting informally to fight once a week. As more men join in, the "fight club" becomes an underground sensation, even though it's a closely guarded secret among the participants. (First rule: Don't talk about fight club. Second rule: Don't talk about fight club.) But as our Narrator and Tyler bond through violence, a strange situation becomes more complicated when Tyler becomes involved with Marla (Helena Bonham Carter), whom our Narrator became infatuated with when they were both crashing the support-group circuit. Based on the novel by Chuck Palahniuk, Fight Club was directed by David Fincher, who previously directed Pitt in the thriller Seven. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

Category: Comedy Drama

Awards: Best Sound Effects Editing – Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Best Sound Effects Editing – Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

Features: Commentary by director David Fincher
Commentary by David Fincher, Brad Pitt, Edward Norton & Helena Bonham Carter
Writers' commentary by Chuck Palahniuk and Jim Uhls
Technical commentary by Alex McDowell, Jeff Cronenweth, Michael Kaplan & Kevin Haug
Exclusive to Blu-Ray: A Hit in the Ear: Ren Klyce and the sound design of Fight Club
Flogging Fight Club featurette
Insomniac Mode: I am Jack's search index
Behind-the-scenes vignettes with multiple angles and commentary
Deleted and alternate scenes
Trailers, TV and internet spots
Music video
Promotional galleries
Art galleries

Fight Club

Format: Blu-ray

Release Date: 11/17/2009

Aspect Ratio: 2.40:1 2.40:1

Audio: DHMA, DS Dolby Surround (4.0), DD5.1 Dolby Digital 5.1, DTS Digital Theater Systems

Runtime: 139 Minutes

Sides: 1

Number of Discs: 1

Language(s) English,Spanish,French,Portuguese

Subtitles: Spanish,French,Portuguese

Region: Blu-ray region A (North America, Central America, South America, Japan, Taiwan, North Korea, South Korea, Hong Kong, Southeast Asia)

Jason Clark

A definitive case of a movie that has yet to find its time, David Fincher's unnerving and cataclysmic look at the male psyche takes no prisoners and makes no apologies, which is precisely why the film is so powerful. A kind of stepchild to Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange in terms of its thematic relevancy and misunderstood nature, Fight Club looks and feels like almost nothing that has preceded it. Brad Pitt, Edward Norton, and Helena Bonham Carter all successfully subvert their onscreen personas, and give fully committed portrayals that never get buried in the film's dazzling set pieces. More than any film of the 1990s, it was hotly debated in terms of its cinematic worth. Some critics deemed it fascist and overheated, condemning the film for its refusal to a create an easily delineated platform on the issues it raises. Others praised the film for this very reason, citing its ability to challenge the minds of moviegoers. The film was a surprising misfire in its initial release, but a legion of die-hard fans subsequently developed. It wouldn't be at all surprising if it goes on to achieve the delayed status of a work such as Blade Runner, another film panned by critics and audiences when it was released that is now viewed as a significantly influential movie and a banner example of film theory on screen. ~ Jason Clark, Rovi

Cast and Crew: David Fincher  Director 
Art Linson  Producer 
Arnon Milchan  Executive Producer 
Ceán Chaffin  Producer 
Jim Uhls  Screenwriter 
Ross Grayson Bell  Producer 
John King  Composer (Music Score) 
Michael Simpson  Composer (Music Score) 
The Dust Brothers  Composer (Music Score) 
Edward Norton  Actor 
Brad Pitt  Actor 
Helena Bonham Carter  Actor 
Meat Loaf  Actor 
Jared Leto  Actor 
Zach Grenier  Actor 
Markus Redmond  Actor 
Eion Bailey  Actor 
Christina Cabot  Actor 

Country: USA