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This is par for the course when a great director is making a film adaptation.The author of Fight Club said himself: Now that I see the movie, especially when I sat down with Jim Uhls and record a commentary track for the DVD, I was sort of embarrassed of the book, because the movie had streamlined the plot and made it so much more effective and .
Weirdly (and sadly) I’ve encountered this “argument” before (which is really directed at Fincher, yet no one who makes this statement is remotely intelligent enough to see the connection).
Saying my claims here are wrong because it makes the movie “stupid” when interpreted through this lens.
e.g.: “It means that pretty much nothing in the film was “real” and it was mostly a figment of some crazy person’s mind. You may aswell just say “it was all a dream” which is a cop out too. “Movies like Vanilla Sky and Inception are built around the premis (sp) of one persons dream.” And besides, what does Jack tell us about insomnia…?
The book is one thing, the movie is a completely different beast.
It took the book and built on it, altered its meaning, and so much more.