The Fight Club

This paper reviews “The Fight Club”, a movie that depicts the violent way men express their anger.

The paper reviews the plot details, the intense violence and its psychological significance. The paper discusses that men and women handle their anger differently: Men, in a more physical way and women, by talk about problems with friends. The author concludes that “Fight Club” showed that fighting might be men’s only way to release stress if society does not say it is all right to seek other forms of help.
The most talked about feature of Fight Club is its approach towards graphic depiction of violence. Even before the film’s official premiere, voices were raised that maintained that the movie worships violence by its depiction as something positive. This was the grievance leveled against A Clockwork Orange, which, less than three decades after its contentious release, is universally regarded as a classic. There is no refuting that Fight Club is a violent movie.