Can't get enough of Christopher Nolan's spatially confused action sequences? The you'll love Samurai Cops disregard for continuity and spatial logic.
Not that it stops there.
A relentlessly inept festival crowd pleaser that reaches painful levels of hilarity, mostly whenever Matt Hanon delivers / reads his lines.
Watching Fight Club is like being taught religion by a psychotic cage fighter - its an uncomfortable experience.
The films message is bleak: that our superficial consumerist culture is all that saves us from our true murderous nature. Dressed up in anti-establishment cool it urges us not to go there ... don't do what you love.
But its so loaded with wit, excessive characters and great action that you can't help but be swept along. Admittedly, it loses itself slightly…