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The movie Fight Club actually more than just a movie although it made a great achievement in the film industry also the movie had a great impact on the social system According to most of the reviewers the success of the film lies behind the fact that almost every American man over 25-years of age is going to inevitably see some of himself in the movie the frustration the confusion the anger at living in a culture where the old rules have broken down and one makes his way with so many fewer cultural cues and guideposts At heart Fight Club is really a horror movie about consumerist discontent First of all Fight Club was one of the most direct crisis of the modern society actually nowadays the post-modern society We can visualize the clear criticism of the movie from the words of Jamey Hughton Fight Club is the kind of breathless experience that chews you up spits you out and leaves your senses jaded and disorientated with exhilaration Secondly Fight Club was a real evolution of the modern ideals the emergence of modern atomized individual and consequently urban alienation Finally the movie points out male-female roles and the place of violence in the male identity The biggest deal of the movie was on the modern society which is recently turned out just a consumerism During the movie this new trend is symbolized always by the replica of Tyler Durden You are not just what your job is and the emphasize reached the peak at the scene where Tyler made up the mind of the supermarket employee by using his gun to change his job in fact to be what he wants to be This dialoged was completely dedicated to the shaping power of the Consumer Culture The movie is about what happens when a world defines you by nothing but job when advertising turns you into a slave bowing at a mountain of things
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