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I can easily pick In Bruges here and have no problem with it. Anyone else feel the same way?
You know, I gotta agree on this one. Fight Club has always left me cold, even though there's all kinds of stuff about it that I enjoy in theory. Really, my feelings are pretty mixed on both of these movies, but In Bruges has slightly more to like. Maybe Edward Norton is part of the problem with Fight Club, because he rarely appeals to me. But In Bruges bugs me because I don't find the motivations of the characters to be believable, and midget humor is getting to be old-hat. But, yeah, In Bruges still made a stronger emotional impact.
I love In Bruges but NOT as much as The Fight Club.
Two films soaked in twisted humor and, for me, a really tough call. I have to go with In Bruges because it hits all the right notes, while certain parts of Fight Club really fall flat.
"Fight Club" is the favorite among elephant-walking, Natty Ice-drinking frat boys. Two bros way up!
In the black humor department, In Bruges does it better. But Fight Club is the overall better film.
In Bruges by a midget. I also love the soundtrack. Calm, then threatening, and at the end an explosion. Figuratively speaking, ofcourse.
Fight Club was a bit more engaging throughout.