“You can call that irresponsible. Or you can call it the only essential Hollywood film of 1999.” Thus concludes Time Out’s review of Fight Club, and, in a kind of terrifyingly prescient way, those two sentences offer up a more apt summation of the decade and a half’s worth of discussion the movie has inspired than anything we could come up with. Is it just a nihilistic anti-think piece that glorifies violence? Or is it actually an incisive satire of that very attitude? A call to action, a rallying cry to shake off the shackles of complacency? A masterpiece of cinematic storytelling? Any of these things? All of them? None of them?
"My dear friend told me I was an absolute asshole to talk to [when I was doing Fight Club], and I think I was." —Brad
Actor/Director Collaborations: Brad Pitt & David Fincher
—’Fury’ (release info)
"This is a true story about friendship that runs deeper than blood.
This is my story & that of the only 3 friends in my life who truly mattered.Two of them were killers who never made it past the age of thirty.The other is a non-practicing attorney living with the pain of his past…too afraid to let it go, never confronting its horror. I’m the only one who could speak for them…and the children we were.
And we thought we would know each other forever.”
GONE GIRL TRAILER #2
we hear a story too good to be true…
A difference between ‘killing Nazis not very seriously’ and ‘killing Nazis very seriously’
"Day one, everyone threw their cell phone in a helmet. Brad was first, to set the example. It was full on. It was 24 hours a day. There was no ‘Hey, let’s give the actors a break’ stuff. It was fully full-on."—Director David Ayer on Brad
FURY Movie Set Visit,includes FULL from Ayer and producer Lesher
Thelma & Louise selfie
Fury - Trailer #1 Music #1 (Dean Valentine - Now I Take Everything From You) and here’s #2 (Hi-Finesse - Spectra)