"Fight Club" is a 1999 film directed by David Fincher and based on the 1996 novel of the same name by Chuck Palahniuk. It stars Brad Pitt and Edward Norton as the main characters, who are only referred to as "The Narrator" and "Tyler Durden," respectively.
The film follows the story of The Narrator, a depressed and disillusioned man who becomes involved in an underground fight club with Tyler, a charismatic and unpredictable figure. As the club grows in popularity, it becomes clear that Tyler has a larger and more sinister plan in mind, and The Narrator is drawn into a violent and dangerous world of subversion and anarchy.
"Fight Club" is known for its graphic violence, dark humor, and thought-provoking themes about consumerism, masculinity, and mental illness. It has become a cult classic and has had a significant influence on popular culture. However, it is not for everyone, as it features intense and disturbing content that may not be suitable for all audiences.