Viktor Prentovski’s review published on Letterboxd:
After seeing Gone Girl yesterday, I just had to rewatch my favorite film of David Fincher. Fight Club is probably one of the most rewatchable movies of all-time. This was only my second time seeing this, and knowing the twist, one of the very best in cinema history, I noticed many interesting things and clues, which make the twist so obvious.
It is an adaptation of a book by Chuck Palahniuk. The directing by Fincher is amazing, as always. Fincher is the master of atmosphere. The movie looks great and the atmosphere is fantastic.
The acting is top-notch. The supporting cast was fantastic, but the leads were out of this world. I really cannot decide which performance I like more. Norton and Pitt are on top of their game here. Sublime performances.
The first time I saw this two years ago, I absolutely loved it, and now I love it even more. To those who haven't seen this: This is NOT a movie about fighting, although it has plenty of it. It's one of the most important movies ever made, a wake up call for the people of the current society. A critique to commercialism and consumerism. A must-see!