The Ending of ‘Fight Club’ Explained
In 1999, David Fincher’s Fight Club became a cultural sensation. College dorm rooms weren’t complete without at least one poster that spouted the movie’s cheeky slogan: “Mischief. Mayhem. Soap,” the song “Where Is My Mind?” by The Pixies took on a whole new meaning, and fans spent hours upon hours scouring the film for easter eggs.
Fight Club was (and remains) immensely popular for a wealth of reasons. Of course, there’s BradPitt shirtless, and then there’s the added bonus of endlessly-quotable one-liners and exhilarating fight scenes. But perhaps most important to the film’s legacy is that it boasts of the most shocking and rewarding twist endings in the history of cinema.
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After Ana de Armas absorbed criticism, based on a trailer, for her performance as Marilyn Monroe in the Netflix movie Blonde, Bullet Train actor Brad Pitt jumped to her defense.
According to Variety, Pitt, who produced Blonde with his production company Plan B Entertainment, said that de Armas does a great job in the upcoming film. "She's phenomenal in it," he said. "That's a tough dress to fill. It was 10 years in the making. It wasn't until we found Ana that we could get it across the finish line."
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