“Female Fight Club” is the most honestly and happily rightist huge star film since “Desire to die,” a festival of brutality in which the saints think of themselves a permit to drink, smoke, screw and beat each other up.
In some cases, for assortment, they beat up themselves. It’s macho porn – the sex motion picture Hollywood has been moving toward for quite a long time, in which sensuality between the genders is supplanted by all-fellow locker-room fights. Ladies, who have had a lifetime of practice at managing young man acting, will instinctually see through it; men may get off on the testosterone surge. The way that it is exceptionally well made and has an extraordinary first act absolutely mists the issue. Edward Norton stars as a discouraged urban introvert topped off to here with tension.