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> Fight Club (1999)
Fight Club

Directed by:
David Fincher

Edward Norton as Narrator
Brad Pitt as Tyler Durden
Helena Bonham Carter as Marla Singer
Meat Loaf as Robert 'Bob' Paulson
Zach Grenier as Richard Chesler - Regional Manager
Richmond Arquette as Intern
David Andrews as Thomas
George Maguire as Group Leader
Eugenie Bondurant as Weeping Woman
Christina Cabot as Group Leader


  • When ---- throws himself down the stairs, if you look at his face, it is obviously a stunt man. - David
  • After the group threatens the commissioner, when they are leaving through the back you can see Bob has his pants when he pulls them up you can tell he is wearing a fat suit. - Loaded1215
  • In the scene where Jack is 'thrown' down the stairs, it is supposedly CCTV footage but you can quite clearly see the CCTV camera on the wall. - Mr_Wednesday
    • The camera on the wall might be another camera.
  • I'm not currently watching the movie, but there is one point where they are by the stairs underneath Lou's. If you look on the left side of the screen behind the stairs, you can see Meatloaf taking oxygen because the "bitch tits" suit he was wearing practically suffocated him. (DVD/VHS) - OSURubydoo
  • When Meatloaf and Ed Norton fight for the first time, Meatloaf breaks one of the rules of Fight Club: No shirts, no shoes. - Chubb's
  • Tyler has a job as projectionist. He has to switch the projectors at the exact moment that one reel ends and the next one begins. To do that he's got to be right there in the place, WHILE the kids are watching the family-film. At beginning of this scene jack explains: "Tyler was a night person. While the rest of us slept, he worked." Family-films aren't shown late or in the middle of the night and if so I guess there were no kids watching it, right? (but in the movie there are kids at the theatre). (DVD) - SHOoMZ
  • In the beginning during "Jack's" narration we see the "camera" drop down into the foundation and parking garage of the building they are in. Showing the van with the explosives in it. This means they would die too (as per the original book?) when the bombs went off. - Mackie
  • (Factual errors) There is a scene near the beginning soon after Jack meets Tyler and he calls him on the phone. No one answers but then after Jack hangs up, the phone rings. Tyler says something about being able to call him back by using the Star69 feature on the phone but later on in the movie it is shown that Tyler was using a rotary phone and therefore cannot be able to Star69 anyone who has called him. (DVD) - krusher
  • (Plot holes) When "Jack" goes in the house to see what's going on and they throw Bob on the table and he asks what happened, the big guy says Bob was shot. When "Jack" calls him Bob they make a big deal saying that in project mayhem they don't have names. (VHS) - supergirl
  • (Continuity) In the part of the movie where Lou from Lou's tavern is hitting Tyler Durden, in the first shot he has blood on his lips and face but they show him in the next shot with his face is totally clean like he had just wiped off the blood (which they don't show him do.) (VHS) - jen

Commented Goofs

  • Bob breaks a rule of Fight Club by wearing his shirt. Not that I would want to see him. - Tyler Durden
    • Comment: Perhaps they let "bitch " or Bob, slide the rule because of his condition. Or maybe we just didnt need to know he was wearing a fat suit. - I am Jack's sorry comment

Corrected Goofs

  • After disarming the bomb in the truck Tyler restarts it. Then they go to watch the explosions in a room in that building (As seen in intro). Yet the bomb in that building doesn't go off. - Phroday
    • Correction: In the movie, Tyler Durden says "come on I got a great place to watch from." This does not necessarily mean that it's in that building. - Fighter Man
      • Correction: In regards to Fighter Mans correction. If you watch closely when the camera goes down the side of the building it goes into the basement garage of the building they are sitting in. - Loaded121
    • Correction: Actually if you watch closely Tyler never restarts the bomb. He looks down at the wiring, but never restarts it. That's why the building they were in never exploded. - The Duke
    • (Spoiler) Correction: Um.... Phroday.... I think you missed the whole point of the movie. Tyler is not real. It's a figment of Edward Norton's character's mind. He's not real, so HOW could he have turned it off? Did you even watch the whole movie? If he's not real, then GASP* he..... can't...... turn..... it...... off, only Edward's character could. - Mac


Explained Goofs

  • If all the buildings are only wired with explosives at the bottom, why do all the windows on the buildings explode as if they were rigged with explosives on each floor? - David
    • Explanation: If you put any pressure on windows such as a building collapsing, the windows would spray out, looking as if there were other explosions on each floor. - Joey
  • When Tyler and "Jack" are driving in the car you can see the seat belt on him then it off then it's back on him again. And one more in the car you see Tyler is driving but when they crash and there not up right "Jack" gets out of the drivers side. (VHS/DVD) - LeeLee
    • Explanation: If you watch the movie on DVD and listen to the comments, you find out that the director did the switch between driver and passenger on purpose as a sort of early hint to show that one character(Tyler) wasn't real. The director even says that people pointed this out to him when he was showing it to the studio execs and such and he had to tell them to wait, that it would make sense in the end. - RaFollower


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