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Reviewer:
jasetter
Reviews:
0
Votes:
10 (70% helpful)

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  1.  Just Wow!!!!

    Posted: 

    Fight club along with Pulp Fiction is the most important film of the 90s. It tells the story of a troubled office worker (narrator) (Edward Norton) who only finds joy in going to as many self-help/dealing with terminal diseases sessions as he can. This is until he meets Marla Singer (Helena Bonham Carter) who enters his life and upsets his routine. The story progresses with the narrator meeting Tyler Durden (Brad Pitt) who after a while only finds joy in the pain and adrenaline rush of a fight. This film is partly made famous for its outstanding ending which will stick with the viewer for years to come and even if you have seen the film before you will want to watch it back and discover all the amazing moments that will only become clear after re-watching. This in my opinion is David Fincher's best film to date as it shows off his easily recognisable directing style to great effect such as in Seven and also his amazing plot twists as in The Game. Overall this is one of my favourite films by one of my favourite directors, it no doubt deserved its awards and is a must watch for any movie fan.

  2.  Great!!

    Posted: 

    Band of Gypsys is a live album and a project by Jimi Hendrix, and to sum it in one word "amazing". Machine gun is right up there with my favourite Hendrix songs and it is an absolute epic!!

  3.  Tarantino at his very best.

    Posted: 

    For those who appreciate great films, "Pulp Fiction" is a must see. The movie is Quentin Tarantino 2nd work after having great success with "Reservoir Dogs". The story is shown in many different chapter which will some how combine to make one of the most gripping and exciting ending I've ever seen. As many of you know, Tarantino's use of dialogue that he uses in his films gives them unique edge over others and pulp fiction is no exception; from conversations talking about foot massages to talking about filthy animals it still manages to be humorous and entertaining. Another aspect of this film that will not go unnoticed is the superb acting by the entire cast especially Samuel L. Jackson (Jules Winnfield) and John Travolta (Vincent Vega). Overall this is one of the best films every made and is a must watch.

  4.  Tarantino at his very best.

    Posted: 

    For those who appreciate great films, "Pulp Fiction" is a must see. The movie is Quentin Tarantino 2nd work after having great success with "Reservoir Dogs". The story is shown in many different chapter which will some how combine to make one of the most gripping and exciting ending I've ever seen. As many of you know, Tarantino's use of dialogue that he uses in his films gives them unique edge over others and pulp fiction is no exception; from conversations talking about foot massages to talking about filthy animals it still manages to be humorous and entertaining. Another aspect of this film that will not go unnoticed is the superb acting by the entire cast especially Samuel L. Jackson (Jules Winnfield) and John Travolta (Vincent Vega). Overall this is one of the best films every made and is a must watch.

  5.  World cinema at its finest

    Posted: 

    There is no other film which will show the harsh reality of the countries in extreme poverty such as City of god the story begins in the a part of Rio called Cidade de Deus (the city of god) it revolves around the life of two young boys, Rocket (narrator) and Lil Dice/ Ze; the story does a great job of showing the two boys very different dreams and paths through life in the city of god. This film is by far the best world cinema film I have ever seen and the director Fernando Meirelles does an outstanding job of showing the increasing problem with gang warfare in the future generations. This film is unmissable and shows perfectly how violence just spirals into more violence in the slums of Rio.

  6.  Outstanding!!

    Posted: 

    Fight club along with Pulp Fiction is the most important film of the 90s. It tells the story of a troubled office worker (narrator) (Edward Norton) who only finds joy in going to as many self-help/dealing with terminal diseases sessions as he can. This is until he meets Marla Singer (Helena Bonham Carter) who enters his life and upsets his routine. The story progresses with the narrator meeting Tyler Durden (Brad Pitt) who after a while only finds joy in the pain and adrenaline rush of a fight. This film is partly made famous for its outstanding ending which will stick with the viewer for years to come and even if you have seen the film before you will want to watch it back and discover all the amazing moments that will only become clear after re-watching. This in my opinion is David Fincher's best film to date as it shows off his easily recognisable directing style to great effect such as in Seven and also his amazing plot twists as in The Game. Overall this is one of my favourite films by one of my favourite directors, it no doubt deserved its awards and is a must watch for any movie fan.