Books and Movies Reviews

Movie Fight Club

The movie, Fight Club, has many themes dealing with some of the class-discussed vocabulary. Through a scene by scene, and dialogue-based
analysis of the movie, I have found that these themes are emphasized through discussions, interactions, and non-dialogue scenes between the
main character, his imaginary sidekick and the society that has had such effect on the main character. Some of these themes or topics that are
shared by both the movie and the class vocabulary appear randomly, sporadically, and repeatedly throughout the movie. Most of the scenes have
mainly to do with the materialism in their society and its limits on the freedom, which the characters are trying to obtain. Others deal with how
they, the movie’s characters, feel a sense of alienation and this alienation distorts relationships developing due to their self-determination. There is
also how family interactions help to shape our development on our vertical and horizontal relationships. Then finally, hedonism and how it affects
the way we treat each other and how we interact within society.
All the characters in the movie deal with and dissect these themes, in all that they say and how they react to the main characters disillusionment
with his life; although the main characters are mostly the ones bringing the themes to the forefront of the movie. This any man, main character
dislikes his life, even to the point that he is unable to sleep. He is disillusioned with his life, unhappy and does not understand why. And in order to
feel anything he has to make a lot of bad choices to under go a life transformation. This transformation originates through his interactions and
dealings with Tyler Durden, his alter ego and his imaginary friend. The main character remains without a name until in the end you, as the movie
watcher, are lead to realize that he (the main chara…

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