Episode 7 - Fight Club

The first rule of this podcast is: you do not pretend that this movie is good. The second rule of this podcast is: YOU DO NOT PRETEND THAT THIS MOVIE IS GOOD!

This week we tear down the 1999 cult film that's about a cult tearing down stuff, “Fight Club.” 

We wonder why we used to like this movie so much when we were teenagers, why this movie thinks IKEA is quality furniture, whether Tim Burton only dated Helena Bonham Carter because she looks like Edward Scissorhands, and how hypocritical David Fincher and Brad Pitt—a couple of guys responsible for a ton of advertisements—are for making this major studio film that spews a message about anti-consumerism. 

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