reaction paper - Watching Fight Club was like riding a...

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Watching Fight Club was like riding a roller coaster. It was a very intellectual and psychological ride. At first, Edward Norton’s mundane life gives me an uninteresting start but as the movie unravels, it begins to boggle my mind and create an incredible mind twisting plot. The movie puts in a nutshell what the society experience in today’s world when material things can own and control our lives. I find the dialogues in the movie very moving because it can relate with our real ordeals in life especially Tyler Durden’s dialogues. “We're the middle children of history. ... no purpose or place. We have no Great War, no Great Depression. Our great war is a spiritual war. Our great depression is our lives.” This line is very sensible to me and I like it a lot because we experience problems and yet we find something or someone to blame the troubles happening to us; when in fact, we are the ones involved and the only solution is ourselves too. The dialogues leave a very promising mark which entails a question on your life that can answer what
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This note was uploaded on 08/06/2010 for the course PHILO 27 taught by Professor Tyler during the Spring '10 term at University of the Philippines Diliman.

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