Meatloaf is in this film. Meatloaf. And no, not the meat—the singer-songwriter. In Fight Club he plays Robert ‘Bob’ Paulson a former bodybuilder whose excessive use of steroids results in him getting testicular cancer. He develops gynecomastia (which you should google but maybe not at work) as a result of the cancer and treatment. But who really cares about that? Meatloaf wrote the song “I’d Do Anything for Love (But I Won’t Do That)” which every girl has to like before becoming a woman. It’s a test.
Ever been in a situation where people are clearly quoting a movie and you have no idea what they are taking about? Those situations suck. Sure you can hear a quote enough times and generally get the idea but you’re outside of the loop if you haven’t seen the source material. And there’s nothing worse than not getting the joke. Phrases like “The first rule of Fight Club is . . .” and “His name was Robert Paulson” are going to be around for a long time. Watch the movie. Get in the loop.
And What’s better than two hot shirtless guys fighting each other? Obviously, two hot shirtless guys fighting each other with tons of homoeroticism hanging in the air threating to burst open like heavy rain clouds. You will spend this entire film waiting for Brad Pitt and Edward Norton’s characters to just finally shut up and kiss and get married in Massachusetts and adopt a bunch of kids. And you will love it.
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