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Film Club (2000)

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Tyler Vinterberg
Atom Albany ...
Jack
Alison Ganssle ...
Marla
Gregory Hall ...
Silent Bob
Tim Butterfield ...
Angel
Jeremy Wood ...
Fincher
Kenneth MacKenzie ...
Cameron
Joey Michitsch ...
Anthony
Joel Laurin ...
Lucas
Adriane Blanco ...
Milos
Gregory Haney ...
Spike (as Gregory L. Haney II)
Brad Golden ...
Sister Nora
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Mischief. Mayhem. Film. See more »

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Jack: I'm stopping this!
Tyler Vinterberg: You can't stop it. It's already in the can!
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Spoofs Fight Club (1999) See more »

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Hilarious
30 September 2000 | by (Evanston, IL) – See all my reviews

"Film Club" is a dead-on spoof of the popular movie "Fight Club," transposed from the world of underground fighting to the world of independent filmmaking.

The filmmakers take Fight Club's trailer (and some other scenes from the movie) and imitate them dead-on, right down to the cinematography. They poke some fun at Fight Club's own conventions (there are so many rules in Film Club that no one can seem to get them down), yet at the same time use lines from that film to set up industry gags (the Marla character tells Tyler, as in Fight Club, that he'll have to keep her up all night - he whips out a copy of Titanic).

A terrifically funny short film, all told.


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