Title: Fight Club
|Subject:||Music and Movies|
|Date:||November 2, 2014|
|Length:||2 / 392|
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Jack and Tyler make 'fight club' to solve the problems and rescue this 'trash world', which turns out as temporary solution. Jack admitted this saying that "the fight club only exist in the hours between when fight club starts and when fight club ends. Who you were in the fight club is not who you were in the rest of the world...
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Who you were in the fight club is not who you were in the rest of the world."
Second, 'Project Mayhem', which is a militia corps, a transformation of 'fight club' to pass the limit, also couldn't solve the problems, but rather it ridiculed the anti-capitalism movement. 'Project Mayhem' terrorizes the capitalistic society in unpardonable way and audiences cannot fall into step with them...
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