Fight Club Poster

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The product is made shortly after purchase. It is not stored in the warehouse because its color will be unsatisfactory due to the storage environment. They are always produced in our own manufacturing plants. 

Really eye-catching! Ideal for all modern graphic & photographic designs. Your wall / room gets very special lightness & beauty.

 

WHY BUY THIS? Because this Fight Club Movie Poster is really eye-catching and would look awesome on one of your Man Cave walls.  The poster depicts the movie Fight Club, which is based on the novel by Chuck Palahniuk. The film focuses on Edward Norton’s character, the narrator, who is unhappy with his job and forms a fight club with soap salesman Tyler Durden, played by Brad Pitt.

So, pop this Fight Club movie poster somewhere in your basement bar area. Interesting fact about the movie is that there is a cup of Starbuck’s in every scene. And since the release of the movie, there have been real-life fight clubs popping up across the country. The budget of Fight Club was around $65 million and it grossed around $101 million at the box office.

On Rotten Tomatoes, it scores a 79% on the Tomatometer and has an audience score of 96%. And Fight Club had favorable reviews. Box Office Prophets succinctly states that “Let’s not get away from the fact that Fight Club is awesome.” Further, Movie Talk explains that Fight Club is “A savagely funny film that shocks, provokes and sucker punches the viewer. You either love it or hate it.” We agree. But of course, it had several negative reviews. For example, the Independent on Sunday describes it as “Just when it’s supposedly getting to grips with its theme, the movie goes utterly haywire and becomes yet another brainless, humorless bone-cruncher.” And the Wall Street Journal states that “Fight Club is an arresting, eventually appalling excursion into social satire by way of punishing violence.” Oh, and Rosie O’Donnell was not a fan of the movie and publicly spoiled the ending.

You can also take a look at the Fight Club Rules Sign for your basement bar area. What’s the first rule of Fight Club? Okay, what’s the second rule? Or you can consider the Movie Scratch Off Poster for your basement bar area. Otherwise, how about this movie poster of Blade Runner, the science fiction movie release in 1982 and starring Harrison Ford.

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