Fight Club (1999)
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Fight Club (1999)


Genre
:
Drama
Rating
:
8.4 / 10
Release Date
:
15 October 1999
Resolution
:
1920x1080
Duration
:
2 : 19 minutes
Spoken Language
:
English
Status
:
Released
Overview
:
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.

Cast Overview :

The Narrator
by: Edward Norton
Tyler Durden
by: Brad Pitt
Marla Singer
by: Helena Bonham Carter
Robert "Bob" Paulson
by: Meat Loaf
Angel Face
by: Jared Leto
Richard Chesler
by: Zach Grenier
The Mechanic
by: Holt McCallany
Ricky
by: Eion Bailey
Intern
by: Richmond Arquette
Thomas
by: David Andrews
Group Leader
by: Christina Cabot
Inspector Bird
by: Tim DeZarn
Inspector Dent
by: Ezra Buzzington
Airport Security Officer
by: Bob Stephenson
Walter
by: David Lee Smith
Lou's Body Guard
by: Carl Ciarfalio
Car Salesman
by: Stuart Blumberg
Second Man at Auto Shop
by: Mark Fite
Seminary Student
by: Matt Winston
Channel 4 Reporter
by: Lauren Sánchez
Detective Stern
by: Thom Gossom Jr.
Detective Kevin
by: Markus Redmond
Detective Andrew
by: Van Quattro
Detective Walker
by: Michael Girardin
Policeman
by: David Jean Thomas
Salvator - Winking Bartender
by: Paul Carafotes
Proprietor of Dry Cleaners
by: Christopher John Fields
Bartender in Halo
by: Michael Shamus Wiles
Group Leader
by: George Maguire
Weeping Woman
by: Eugenie Bondurant
Speaker
by: Sydney 'Big Dawg' Colston
Chloe
by: Rachel Singer
Airline Attendant
by: Christie Cronenweth
Businesswoman on Plane
by: Dierdre Downing-Jackson
Doorman
by: Charlie Dell
Man in Suit
by: Rob Lanza
Food Court Maître D'
by: Joel Bissonnette
Steph
by: Evan Mirand
Next Month's Opponent
by: Robby Robinson
Cop at Marla's Building
by: Lou Beatty Jr.
Susan - Comsetics Buyer
by: Valerie Bickford
Lou
by: Peter Iacangelo
First Man at Auto Shop
by: Todd Peirce
Raymond K. Hessel
by: Joon Kim
Bus Driver with Broken Nose
by: Bennie Moore
Commissioner Jacobs
by: Pat McNamara
Banquet Speaker
by: Tyrone R. Livingston
Airport Valet
by: Owen Masterson
Bruised Bar Patron #1
by: Anderson Bourell
Bruised Bar Patron #2
by: Scotch Ellis Loring
Hotel Desk Clerk
by: Andi Carnick
Waiter at Clifton's
by: Edward Kowalczyk
Desk Sergeant
by: Leonard Termo
BMW Salesman (uncredited)
by: Michael Arturo
Fight Spectator (uncredited)
by: Greg Bronson
Fighter (uncredited)
by: Matt Cinquanta
Champion Fighter (uncredited)
by: Tommy Dallace
Irvin (uncredited)
by: Paul Dillon
Vomiting Fight Spectator (uncredited)
by: Tom Falzone
Chanting Fighter (uncredited)
by: Eddie Hargitay
Banquet Guest (uncredited)
by: Phil Hawn
Waiter in Bridgeworth Suites Corporate Video (uncredited)
by: Bruce Holman
Fight Patron Saying 'I don't know. What's going on?' (uncredited)
by: Jawara
Waiter (uncredited)
by: Baron Jay
Restaurant Maitre D' (uncredited)
by: Jim Jenkins
Passenger Clutching Armrest (uncredited)
by: Kevin Scott Mack
Fight Club Patron / Guy #2 in Video Store (uncredited)
by: Trey Ore
Fight Spectator (uncredited)
by: Louis Ortiz
Fight Club Man (uncredited)
by: Hugh Peddy
Fight Club Man (uncredited)
by: J.T. Pontino
Waiter (uncredited)
by: Chad Randau
Fighter (uncredited)
by: Marcio Rosario
Riley Wilde - Fighter (uncredited)
by: Gregory Silva
Fight Bully (uncredited)
by: Brian Tochi
Bar Worker (uncredited)
by: Alekxia Valdez
Support Group Member (uncredited)
by: Michael Zagst
Man at the Club (uncredited)
by: Gökhan Öncel
Space Monkey (uncredited)
by: Philip Centanni
Space Monkey (uncredited)
by: Marc Cinquanta
Marla's Neighbor (uncredited)
by: Summer Moore

Member Reviews :

Pretty awesome movie. It shows what one crazy person can convince other crazy people to do. Everyone needs something to believe in. I recommend Jesus Christ, but they want Tyler Durden.
  Goddard
In my top 5 of all time favourite movies. Great story line and a movie you can watch over and over again.
  Brett Pascoe