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  • Brad Pitt Plays Tyler Durden
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    Fight Club is a social satire directed by the talented David Fincher and was adapted from the book of the same title written by Chuck Palahniuk. The film attempts to show the despair involved in living in a consumer driven society and the emptiness that fills people when commercialism takes over their lives. As well done as the movie is, when watching the film you can not help but feel the irony involved that Brad Pitt delivers the most biting lines in the film. Brad Pitt plays Tyler Durden whos...
  • Chief Bromden
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    QUESTION Was Forman compelled to change the point of view in his adaptation of One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest? ANSWER Forman was compelled to change the point of view in adapting the book into a film. REASONING A. In the book Chief Bromden's thoughts go from stark reality and understanding to dreams and visions which would be difficult for an audience to follow. B. The confusion created by the Chief's switches from reality to fantasy is possible in literary form due to the amount of detail and a...
  • Narrator In Citizen Kane
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    The film Citizen Kane is based on a series of flashbacks from the different people in his life. The narrator in Citizen Kane during the "News on the March" newsreel montage is flawless. Rather than being a character from the film, it is the "voice of accuracy". It is an "objective" rendition of historical fact. Most other narrators have a subjective persona because they are perceived to be telling a story. Citizen Kane goes on to use several more narrators in the film, the Thatcher manuscript, B...
  • Narrator's Interaction With Tyler
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    The film "Fight Club", with its critique of 1990's American mass consumerism and its effect on the country's majority of movie-going audiences (mostly white males 16-34), should be considered a controversial film. A film of such immediacy and power would, in any other time or society, most likely have incited some form of public response. But it didn't. Not to my knowledge. Therefore, the most important question "Fight Club" is that in a society considerably tolerant of controversy, is it still ...
  • Tyler And The Narrator
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    An analysis of the film Fight Club For years, David Fincher has been turning out some of the most stylish and inventive thrillers to ever hit the American screens. In spite of critical and public backlash, his Alien 3 remains the most technically interesting of that series, and Seven stands as the suspense film upon which all other modern suspense films are based. With The Game, he proved himself more than a one-movie wonder and emerged as one of the most original filmmakers working in Hollywood...

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