Hessel: Biology mostly. Narrator: I'll tell you: we'll split up the week, okay? But this scene, shot in rapid cuts that fire at the viewer like a machine gun, tells the entire story of the movie, from Nina stalking herself, to her being surrounded by multiple versions of herself. Tyler Durden: Only after disaster can we be resurrected. Whether its the film's big twist, its unique usage of narration, or constant breaking the fourth wall, we indulge in our inner teenage rebel when we revisit the film.
In all probability, he hates you. Fast forward to when Tyler saves Marla and they are now in the habit of constantly having sex with each other. Airport Security Officer: Nine times out of ten it's an electric razor, but every once in a while See, a movie doesn't come all on one big reel. Because he wants to be a veterinarian. Yes, I'm comfortable with that. But to be generous, this instability, rather than sexism, may be the main reason Marla is such an unconvincing character.
Not as bad as the goddamn red dot cap codes that I keep on seeing all the time. Four of those times, Tyler appears as a subliminal flash that occurs when the Narrator has a moment of frustration or anger during his insomnia daze. If our fathers bailed, what does that tell you about God? Marla Singer: You take tuberculosis. Narrator: If I didn't say anything, people always assumed the worst.
Staring out at a world on fire, surveying the carnage with a newfound appreciation of his own agency, and holding hands with someone who accepts that she met him at a very strange time in his life. They're single-serving friends. Fifth rule, one fight at a time, fellas. While Fight Club expresses "radical" slumming notions through lines like, "Only when you've lost everything are you free to do anything,"  the film is hostile to sentimental slumming. Actually, the whole trilogy is so biblical in scope and themes that it could probably part the Red Sea. Well before the Narrator officially "meets" Tyler, Brad Pitt actually blinks onto the screen on multiple occasions.