It’s only after we’ve lost everything that we’re free to do anything.
Tyler Durden (Brad Pitt) in the famously rebellious film Fight Club (1999). Directed by David Fincher and based on the novel by Chuck Palahniuk, it was initially a commercial disappointment, but has since become a cult classic. If you are interested in anti-establishment films, you might enjoy this quiz
Top 10 of all time.
Agree. And I loved the book too. It got me hooked with wanting to read more by Chuck
Have you read Rant?
No but it’s waiting on my physical book shelf
Probably one of my all time favourites.
Loved the book too. Read it around the same time I read The Wasp Factory, The Beach, The Diceman and American Psycho.
One of the ultimate cult classics. Outrageously awesome.
I’ve learned from experience just how true that quote is.
It’s not the most famous one from the film but it’s the one that resonated most for me too.
This was THE movie of my highschool years. I had a bit of an obsession.
It’s an incredible film. Gloriously intense and provocative. And a wonderful use of The Pixies.
One of my favourite films!
He’s made loads of films since but it’s still my favourite Fincher film. Even ahead of Se7en!
… It might have something to do with Brad 😜 p
I believe he may have been shirtless in that film haha. I should do a Brad Pitt thinking about it.
Timeless classic. Still blows me away whenever I see it.
SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO LOVE this movie~ And that line… sooo profound!
Definitely. Have you been able to listen to Where is my Mind without thinking of the closing images?
You really don’t get many films like that.
I love Brad Pitt in this film, he rocks.
He really does. One heck of a physique too.
I think that’s where my man crush on him started. He had a banging body. Women are my thing, but he looked great here.