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Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk

Chuck Palahniuk showed himself to be his generation’s most visionary satirist in this, his first book. Fight Club’s estranged narrator leaves his lackluster job when he comes under the thrall of Tyler Durden, an enigmatic young man who holds secret after-hours boxing matches in the basement of bars. There, two men fight as long as they have to. This is a gloriously original work that exposes the darkness at the core of our modern world.
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Published 04.10.2019

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Fighting With My Family , the new biopic about professional wrestling, opens in theaters this weekend. Should you take the kids or hire a sitter? Read on to find out.
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9 Things Parents Should Know About ‘Fighting With My Family’

Not recommended for children under 12 and parental guidance to 13 violence, distressing themes, coarse language, substance use. This section contains details about the movie, including its classification by the Australian Government Classification Board and the associated consumer advice lines. They have fought their way through poverty, crime, and hardship to live a normal life. When only Saraya makes it through the first round of try outs, she must decide whether pursuing her wrestling dreams is worth risking her relationship with Zak. As she takes the plunge into the cutthroat and ultra-competitive training program, under her new wrestling name Paige , the pale, black-wearing teenager from England finds herself wondering whether she has what it takes to be a WWE star, when all those around her are models and dancers. Ultimately, Paige discovers that the things that set her apart from her polished competitors, may be the very things that help her gain WWE fame.

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Genre s Sport, Drama, Comedy. Director s Stephen Merchant. There is use of moderate bad language 'bitch', 'prick', 'cock', 'wanker' , as well as milder terms such as 'bloody', 'hell', 'bugger', 'screw', 'dick', 'crap', 'God', 'bollocks', 'arse', 'shit', 'damn', 'bastard', 'piss', 'butt', 'Jesus Christ' and 'freaking'. There are frequent sex references, including to oral sex, masturbation, porn, 'boners', strippers and a use of the phrase 'up the duff'. There is a pub brawl in which pool balls and cues are used as weapons.

There's no better activity for a rainy day, than taking the family to a movie — popcorn, candy, and hopefully a flick that everyone will enjoy. But with all the adult themes hitting theaters this month, it's best to investigate before buying those tickets. Is Fighting with My Family appropriate for children under 10? It depends on the parent and the kid. Fighting with My Family follows the lives of a former wrestler and her family as they strive to make a living performing in small towns across the country, according to Variety. Brother Zak and sister Paige are faced with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to audition for the WWE World Wrestling Entertainment , and that's when things take a dramatic turn. Only Paige is chosen for the elite training program, and must leave her family to pursue her dream.


  1. Poseidon A. says:

    Some language, lots of pro wrestling in funny biopic. Read Common Sense Media's Fighting with My Family review, age rating, and parents.

  2. Jay B. says:

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