04 October 2002 @ 12:54 pm
Just Finished Watching 'FIght Club' Again  
With your feet in the air
And your head on the ground
Current Music: Pixies - Where Is My Mind
Klaytonkl8n on October 4th, 2002 02:51 pm (UTC)
I love that song. And that movie.
God of Thunder and Rock'n'Rollarchmage on October 4th, 2002 03:00 pm (UTC)
Yes and Yes!
noratami on October 4th, 2002 05:27 pm (UTC)
I still have nothing good to say about that movie. In fact, I'm hard pressed to think of another movie I hated quite that much, or quite so completely.
God of Thunder and Rock'n'Rollarchmage on October 5th, 2002 10:06 am (UTC)
Really? I avoided it for a longtime, due to Pitt's involvement, but once I watched it, I loved it. If nothing else, Durden and his 'Project Mayhem' was very chaotic, very Discordian, very anti-bullshit-society; it made me proud to be who I am. I only WISH that would go down.
noratami on October 5th, 2002 10:16 am (UTC)
The concept of the movie was vaguely plausible. The plot was very vaguely held together with with large bursts of useless violence. A point should be made here that I don't mind senseless violence one bit.. (glances over his newly acquired Jackie Chan collection) but when they try to use violence to make a point and completely and go completely overboard it just becomes silly and annoying. Everything was totally shoved into the viewers face to the point where it reached capacity, and my brain just started rejecting the overload of the annoyingly obvious. They gave up worldly possessions, for example. I get it, jesus christ, enough already!!
God of Thunder and Rock'n'Rollarchmage on October 6th, 2002 09:38 am (UTC)
At the same time, it was a powerful statement, and it bore repetition. The avaerage American movie-goer would have assumed there was something more...it needed to be stressed, and it was radical enough that it needed to be overstated. The violence itself wasn't used to MAKE the point, the violence was PART of the point.
noratami on October 6th, 2002 10:11 am (UTC)

Well bro, after thousands upon thousands of movies watched, logic dictates that we would find one movie, our oppinions of which are diametrically opposite. In the spirit of recent developments, my suiside bombers shall start taking out strategic condom despencing mahcines in bathrooms around in Vancouver untill you admit that the movie sucks. ;)
God of Thunder and Rock'n'Rollarchmage on October 6th, 2002 05:15 pm (UTC)
Feel free. I can withstand your petty rubber-johnny-vendor-bombings.

However, we'll see how long it takes you to succumb to the sudden melting of all hot-dog vendors in NYC. The masses shall riot! MUAH HAHAHAHA
noratami on October 6th, 2002 05:23 pm (UTC)
You've obviously never had a New York hot dog, my western compadre. I assure you those things are indestructable.
God of Thunder and Rock'n'Rollarchmage on October 6th, 2002 06:08 pm (UTC)
To normal things, perhaps. But not to the Gnomish Tinker Brigade. Especialy since they just recruited a few experienced Kender herders.
noratami on October 6th, 2002 06:28 pm (UTC)
In light of this information, it seems I shald have to resort to plan B. That, of course, being Run like hell!!
NO, RLY: mischeviouspornrockangel on October 4th, 2002 06:20 pm (UTC)
coy koi
the first time I heard that song was the snippet in the fight club preview. and that was all it took for me to fall for that song. I still love it. it's so.....me. :) where IS my mind?
God of Thunder and Rock'n'Rollarchmage on October 5th, 2002 10:08 am (UTC)
Re: coy koi
I was a Pixies fan all through the 80's...it was nice to hear it there, though.