I watched Fight Club yesterday. I didn't have very high hopes for it since I remember having watched the beginning of it sometime a while back, and nothing really happened, but as they say you should never judge a book by it's cover. It features a seemingly regular guy (a bit strange, though, but not stranger than the average stranger). He has insomnia and decides to go to a few group sessions, and they become his addiction, a place he can go to and speak with people actually listening and not just waiting for their turn, it lets him sleep, better than a baby.
After a while he meets Marla, a tourist who comes only for the free coffee and entertainment, and once again he can't sleep, reminded of his own lies. His life takes a new twist on a business trip, where he meets Travis, the best single-serving friend he's met so far (everything on planes come in single portions), and from there the real fight starts. The movie is slightly insane, with a complex plot and undeniable an amazing exchange of memorable phrases and morals. I won't destroy the movie for you, so if you haven't seen it already, do so. Things will get crazier than you expected they could ever get. The soundtrack is great, the filmography is great, the actors are great, everything is great. The movie contains not a single dull moment in it, where there isn't action, there's speech, good speech too. Seems like this movie will rise high up in my favorites.
rated 4/5: fo shizzle