Someone Created a Kid-Friendly Version of 'Fight Club'

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1999’s hit film Fight Club, starring Edward Norton and Brad Pitt based on the tour-de-force bestseller by Chuck Palahniuk, is not even remotely close to being appropriate for children. But that didn’t stop the animators over at Fine Brothers Entertainment to create this G-Rated Fight Club. While all characters are remained intact, there’s something not quite right about their underground schemes and guerilla actions in this “reverse rating” version. Director David Fincher’s gritty use of green contrast is cleverly included, as well as other easter eggs like Tyler Durden’s single frame flash appearances (his night-time job at the movies however is never revealed), “I Am Jack’s Inspirational Banner,” and even a reinterpretation of the Pixies’ classic “Where Is My Mind?” Could you imagine what a kid-friendly version of, let’s say, Requiem For A Dream would be like? Leave your comments below on what you’d like to see converted, or attempted to be converted, to a G rating.

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