There was an amusing internet meme going around recently which read, "Was late to my first Fight Club last night so missed the intro rules. Still, Fight Club was brilliant and I'd highly recommend Fight Club." Those familiar with the movie would most likely find this amusing, leaving those who aren't scratching their heads in confusion. David Fincher summarised the late '90s mood of nihilism and existential malaise with his story of the unnamed central character (Edward Norton) who encounters Tyler Durden (Brad Pitt) and starts up the titular group where men get together to beat the crap out of one another. Of course, anyone who's seen Fight Club knows that this is just a small element of a film, which has a psychological depth to match its sharp cultural commentary. While it's not too much of a spoiler to reveal that not talking about Fight Club is one of the rules established in the film, its ending is best kept a secret - if you haven't had it ruined, be prepared for one of the greatest twists in cinema history.