Fight Club

1999 139 Mins Audio: English Maturity Rating 18+
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Watch or Download Fight Club 1999. Director David Fincher, Cast Edward Norton, Brad Pitt, Helena Bonham Carter,

A ticking-time-bomb insomniac and a slippery soap salesman channel primal male aggression into a shocking new form of therapy. Their concept catches on, with underground "fight clubs" forming in every town, until an eccentric gets in the way and ignites an out-of-control spiral toward oblivion. Movie Fight Club


based on novel or book, support group, dual identity, nihilism, fight, rage and hate, insomnia, dystopia, alter ego, cult film, split personality, quitting a job, dissociative identity disorder, self destructiveness,

Fight Club Parent guide
MPAA Reason
Rated R for disturbing and graphic depiction of violent anti-social behavior, sexuality and language.

BBFC Reason
strong violence

BBFC Ratings info
FIGHT CLUB is a 1999 US drama, based on the novel by Chuck Palahniuk, about an insomniac office worker who forms an underground 'fight club' with a maverick soap-manufacturer. Violence: There are some strong moments of violence during the underground 'fight club' scenes. These include a man being beaten and repeatedly punched in the face, with close up sight of his bloody injuries, and a man's head being bashed heavily onto the floor. Elsewhere in the film, parts of a dead man's brain are seen falling onto the ground after his hat is removed, and another man is seen with the back of his head missing after apparently being shot. The film also contains some strong language ('f**k'), as well as various uses of milder terms such as 'bitch' and 'cock'. There are some sexual images, including pictures of a penis and of a man kissing a woman's breast. A sex scene includes plenty of loud sexual noises and bare breasts and buttocks. There is also an image of a vibrator and references to pornography.

Sex & Nudity
Sex & Nudity Reason
Occasional sexual dialogue. References to dildos A woman references having sex with a certain person A man wakes up to hear a man and a woman having sex. Loud, passionate moaning can be heard. Nothing is shown. A woman makes some crude references One woman is publicly saying that she misses sex and that she would like someone to have sex with her. Another woman is moving her off stage because she's embarrassed. The scene is there for black humor. Most of the movie's sexual content happens in the first half. During a dream scene, Cgi Helena bonhan has sex and her bare butt Is seen VERY briefly A sex scene reappears two times in the film Nudity includes breasts during sex in one part but it is very brief. A character is said to add video frames of pornography into movie projectors at the theater. Some frames are visible from said character's desk but are shown briefly. The sexual content and nudity is moderate and brief Moaning noises are heard coming from the theater. A few rotating frames of two characters extremely briefly having sex. Tyler threatens a man by saying that he's gonna castrate him.

Violence & Gore
Violence & Gore Reason
A man is pistol whipped. Little blood is shown. Extremely brutal, bloody and disturbing fist-fighting scenes throughout. There are more than a dozen scenes of fighting between men, and the fighting can get extremely gruesome and savagely violent. A man's face is beaten to a bloody pulp. He struggles to breathe afterwards. This is extremely brutal and it's all shown in really close-up and slow-motion. A character's apartment explodes. Charred pieces of furniture are seen. A character dreams of being caught in a plane crash, with an inside view of an airplane being torn apart. A group of men hold a man hostage, pulling down his pants and duct-taping his mouth shut. They threaten to castrate him and he passes out from shock. A car crash happens when a character stops steering and allows the car to careen into oncoming traffic before crashing into a ditch. A man covers another man's hand with an acidic powder as a test of strength and slaps him repeatedly as he screams and writhes in pain. The skin starts to blister really bad and partly melts away. This is pretty graphic and the camera lingers on the injury for a while. Members of the "***** ****" are told to start fights with strangers in public and they do so. One character hits the other character's head from the floor, the scene is very brutal and gory, later this same character is seen in a film with a partially mutilated face. After most of the fight scenes characters have some bloody cuts and bruises. The main character often walks around with injuries that get more severe as the film goes on. The Narrator shoots himself through the cheek to kill his alternate self, or Tyler Durden. Lots of blood then gushes out from the wound and down his neck. Tyler is seen with a graphic and gory bullet hole on the back of his head and he collapses, dead. Members of the "fight club" commit acts of urban vandalism, such as blowing up a computer store and destroying a coffee shop. At the end, they blow up skyscrapers with planted explosives. A character gets shot in the head by a police officer. He lays on a table, dead as he bleeds out from the back of his head. The top half of his head is missing and blood and brains spill out. Brief but very graphic. Tyler Durden get in a fight with another man. Eventually it gets pretty brutal and bloody.

Profanity Reason
80 uses of "f--k". More than a dozen uses of "sh*t". "D*mn" is said. "*ss" is said. "Godd*mn" is said several times. "Titties" is said. Several uses of "b*tch-tits" (referring to a man). Occasional sexual dialogue, but nothing notably crude. 1 use of "c*ck" and 5 uses of "balls".

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking Reason
A woman threatens suicide by overdosing on Xanax. A bottle of pills is seen a few times. Vodka and beer drinking. A woman smokes constantly, and appears in several scenes. One of the main characters smokes very often. One of the main characters says he doesn't smoke near the beginning of the film, but starts smoking later. Several scenes take place in and around bars.

Frightening & Intense Scenes
Frightening & Intense Scenes Reason
The violence throughout is played for dark humor, but is quite graphic. The film has a very dark tone throughout the film, although some moments are meant to be comedic. Although the film is very violent, dark, and surreal, the constant black humor adds a bit of levity to it which makes it only moderately disturbing Tyler Durden has strange behaviors and ideas. He lives in an abandoned and ruined house and is strongly opposed to this world's tendencies. R18+ ( High Level Violence, Coarse Language & Strong Adult Themes ) The main character of the movie loses his flat in a strange explosion.

Regency Enterprises, Fox 2000 Pictures, The Linson Company, Taurus Film, Atman Entertainment, Knickerbocker Films,

Germany, United States of America,




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