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  • Fight Club - Members Only is a 2006 Bollywood Action film directed by Vicky Chopra and produced by Ravi Walia and Sohail Khan.
  • The seventh season of The X-Files commenced airing in the United States on November 7, 1999, concluded on May 21, 2000, and consists of twenty-two episodes. The X-Files is an American serial science fiction-horror-thriller television series.
  • Fight Club is a 1996 novel by Chuck Palahniuk. It follows the experiences of an unnamed protagonist struggling with insomnia. Inspired by his doctor's exasperated remark that insomnia is not suffering, he finds relief by impersonating a seriously ill person in several support groups.
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  • A person's habitual attitude, outlook, and way of thinking
  • Small accessories or fittings for a particular use or piece of equipment
  • Furniture is the mass noun for the movable objects ('mobile' in Latin languages) intended to support various human activities such as seating and sleeping in beds, to hold objects at a convenient height for work using horizontal surfaces above the ground, or to store things.
  • Large movable equipment, such as tables and chairs, used to make a house, office, or other space suitable for living or working
  • Furniture + 2 is the most recent EP released by American post-hardcore band Fugazi. It was recorded in January and February 2001, the same time that the band was recording their last album, The Argument, and released in October 2001 on 7" and on CD.
  • furnishings that make a room or other area ready for occupancy; "they had too much furniture for the small apartment"; "there was only one piece of furniture in the room"
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Professionally Framed Fight Club Movie (Rules of Fight Club) Poster - 24x36 with RichAndFramous Black Wood Frame
Professionally Framed Fight Club Movie (Rules of Fight Club) Poster - 24x36 with RichAndFramous Black Wood Frame
Fight Club is a 1999 American film adapted from the 1996 novel of the same name by Chuck Palahniuk. The film was directed by David Fincher and stars Edward Norton, Brad Pitt, and Helena Bonham Carter. Norton plays the unnamed protagonist, an "everyman" who is discontented with his white-collar job in American society. He forms a "fight club" with soap salesman Tyler Durden, played by Pitt, and becomes involved in a relationship with him and a woman, Marla Singer, played by Carter. It was cited as one of the most controversial and talked-about films of 1999.

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200/365 Pieces of me
200/365 Pieces of me
I wanted to do something a little bit different to commemorate day 200 in my 365 toy project (this is officially the farthest I have made into one of these 365 projects). I decided to use this opportunity to give everyone a little bit of a chance to get to know me a little better by featuring some of my favorite things. 20 facts about Klein 1. Favorite films include Dark Knight, Paper Moon, Ed Wood, Pulp Fiction, Kill Bill Volume 1, Snatch, Devil's Rejects, Little Shop of Horrors, Fight Club, A Clockwork Orange, Reservoir Dogs, Full Metal Jacket, Hitman,Fight Club, American Gangster, Zombieland, Revolver, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, Memento & Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels. 2. The last three movies I went to see in theaters were Inception, Toy Story 3 and the new Winnie the Pooh movie that we went to see just this past weekend. I used to go the theater like three times a week, now maybe three times a year- I blame netflix (I can almost always find something better streaming than the schlock currently in theaters and I can watch it in the comfort of my own home). 3. Current obsessions include the A Song of Fire and Ice series of books (and the Game of Thrones tv series) and My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic tv series I don't think I have had my interest peaked by two such radically different things at the same time before. Applejack is my favorite MLP character and Jaime Lannister is my favorite ASOFAI character. 4. I used to read a book a day, every day for about ten years unfortunately, I have a lot less free time than I used to now most of my reading time is spent reading Dr. Seuss aloud to the zilla. So far all I've read this year besides zilla stuff and the A Song of Fire and Ice series is an obscene amount of Batman comics, Wiseguy by Nicholas Pileggi ( GoodFellas is based on it) and Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov. 5. The Joker is without a doubt my favorite comic book character, I absolutely love him. I had the goal of reading every comic that the Joker ever appeared in until I realized how many 100s of comics that really was, while I haven't given that goal up completely but it has turned into more of a longer term goal. 6. I'm rarely on time and I'm chronically forgetful- these two go hand and hand because nine times out of ten I'm running late because I can't remember where I put something- you know like my keys down. My phone is also a commonly misplaced item, it's black and I have the nasty habit of putting it down somewhere in the living room where all the furniture is also black so it blends in. I just recently came up with a solution for my phone involving a bright neon orange cover that also happens to glow in the dark, I predict much less lost phone stress in my future. 7. My current phone is a Palm Pixi, I really love it and it has miraculously survived the longest of all my cell phones. It's remarkable I've actually had it for over a year now, I'm normally very unlucky and they either fall apart on me or the zilla gets a hold of them and breaks them (I went through eight phones prior to this one last year). The Pixi's longevity has led it to having the nickname Iron Pixi. 8. I do not consider myself a good photographer, I can occasionally take good photos but in truth I'm rarely happy with my own photos. I keep working at it hoping to improve my skills until I get to the point where I am consistently happy with them. While I may not consider myself a good photographer, I do however consider myself a determined photographer. When my old camera got dropped (not by me) the viewfinder as well as the autofocus went, honestly either one of those would not be a problem if the other was still working but together it was extremely frustrating to try and photograph anything. 9. My two favorite Pullips are Duela Dent (pictured above) and Clementine. My favorite stock Pullip is Papin, every time I even just see a picture of a Papin I can't help but smile even if it's a horrible cell phone picture of her; their is just something magical about her. 10. I'm really drawn to loud flamboyant clothing and accessories, the background in this photo is actually a hoody of mine for example (said hoody also has cat ears and a tail). 11. I have a doll room, it's almost always in a state of chaos though as I am always in the process of trying to create more space to accommodate the growing number of dolls that live there. All told, I think there may be as many as 500 different dolls (it depends on how you define doll) in the doll room right now. The grand majority are Pullip but there are also lots of oddball stuff I have picked up over the years. 12. I'm a lot more mellow now compared to my teenage years, when I was younger I used to get into all sorts of mischief. Every now and again I'll bump into one of my friends from back then and we'll play the let's catch up game, most of the time they don't actually believe that I have most
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The following scenes are from the movie Fight Club directed by David Fincher. Fight Club is the story of an insurance salesman (the narrator) and his journey with two people who become the center of his life. While living his boring life filled with expensive furniture, the narrator seeks something more to life and finds peace in different support meetings; meetings for cancer, dying people, and those with emotional stress to name a few. It is in these meetings that the narrator finds Marla Singer, a troubled individual who attaches to the narrator. While on a business trip, the narrator meets Tyler Durden, a traveling soap salesman. Everything in his life crumples when the narrator returns home to find that his apartment along with the furniture he has spent a lifetime collectin has caught on fire. This is when he turns to Tyler for a place to live. Together, he and Tyler end up forming an underground boxing club called the “Fight Club”. As the Club expands with new members, Tyler organizes “Project Mayhem”, vandalistic missions to be carried out by the members of Fight Club. When the narrator learns of the Project, he questions Tyler, who has mysteriously disappeared, and his ways. It becomes clear to him while on a phone conversation with Marla who calls him Tyler. Stunned, he turns around to find Tyler questioning his sanity. Tyler reveals the true fact that the narrator was avoiding, Tyler is the creation of all of his hopes and desires, a figment of his imagination. The narrator frantically runs around town in an attempt to diffuse the bombs “Tyler” has set up in garages along with anything else created by Project Mayhem. The scene I am analyzing starts when the narrator finds an underground garage with a car filled with explosive soap components, nitroglycerin. The movie in general is shot desaturated, all the colors are crushed with black so they do not stand out as much. The brightness tends to be greater as the movie progresses and he learns more about himself. The explosive van scene is shot with a steel blue tint over the camera. The tint heights the dramatic effect of the scene in general. The really noticeable colors are red, white, blue, and yellow. Scene 0 shows the door which the narrator is about to emerge from. The elevators sign has a darkened red color to it. Picture 01 cuts to security monitors which show the narrator looking in to the van for any bombs. The screen of the security monitors have a steel blue tint like the world it is watching. The next two pictures show the narrator inside the back of the van where he finds the bombs. Along the wall you can see red canisters filled with an unknown substance, when the narrator examines the bomb, it has various wires leading in and out of the bomb. The wires colors consist of red, blue, yellow, white, and green. The diffusing wire ends up being the green wire, the one color that appears nowhere else in the scene. Outside the van, a maddened Tyler threatens a frightened narrator for interrupting “their” plans. Tyler is dressed in a fur coat, blue jeans, and a sleeveless shirt. Pictures 04 to 06 show the shirt which has most of the primary colors of the scene, red, yellow, and black. They fight their way around the garage banging into various items such as a ticket booth which releases a yellow ticket, and a red traffic gate. Around the area are various items which are also painted either red or yellow. The exception is the walls which have a grayish blue tone to them because of the overall tint of the scene. As the battle continues between the polar opposites, “Tyler” drags a beaten narrator to a staircase where the scene ends. The sign for the staircase is painted in red and white and the actual stairway is a pale yellowish white. Although the director uses what would normally be warm colors in the background, he mutes what would be conflicting energy by applying a steel blue tint along with desaturation. This makes the viewer to focus on the actual battle occurring onscreen between Tyler and his more docile counterpart. The use of color is simple, but it is effectively to emphasize the characters, not the different backgrounds.

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