Fight Club, the 1999 cult classic is an iconic, controversial movie, crackling with energy and creativity, violent, funny, and consistently surprising. It’s been one of my favorites since I first saw it in the theater, and it was so interesting to revisit it, see whether it held up, and find out whether my views about it have changed.
I’m joined by my good friend Eric Flint, who I’ve known since the two of us ran projectors in a movie theater 10 years before Fight Club ever came out (I promise we never spliced porno frames into kids’ movies).
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