Fight Club is a film that was released in 1999. The film follows the story of an unnamed man who forms a fighting club with a friend after he tires of his boring life. The man also forms an odd relationship with a woman named Marla Singer. The film stars Edward Norton, Brad Pitt, and Helena Bonham Carter. The film starts with the nameless narrator, an insomniac. He goes to his doctor for medication, but his doctor refuses and sends him to a support group so he can witness worse situations. The man tricks everyone and gets them to believe that he is a fellow victim as well, and he becomes addicted to support groups after finding that they relieve his insomnia. He meets a woman, Marla Singer, that is also addicted, and they make plans to avoid seeing each other at the same groups.
Later on, the narrator is flying home from a trip. While flying home, he meets Tyler Durden. They become friends, and the narrator later calls him to meet at a bar after returning home to find his house destroyed. At the bar, Durden invites the narrator to stay with him. The pair get into a physical fight outside the bar before leaving for Durden's house. A crowd of men was drawn to the fighting, and Tyler, the narrator, and the men move the fighting into the basement of the bar and form their fight club.
Due to the club's popularity, more are created throughout America. They also form the organization Project Mayhem, which Durden leads. When an operation goes wrong, one of their members is killed. The narrator unsuccessfully tries to put an end to Project Mayhem. Tyler has disappeared by this point, and the narrator tries to find him. Once he gets to a hotel, a member of the organization addresses him as Tyler. When he gets to his hotel room, he finds Tyler. Tyler explains that they are split personalities, and that Tyler controls the body of the narrator when he sleeps.
The narrator discovers Tyler's plan to destroy buildings containing records of credit card companies. He rushes to targeted building, only to have Tyler hold him at gunpoint. The narrator realizes that he is actually holding the gun since they share the same body. The narrator is finally able to stop projecting Tyler, and escapes the building with a kidnapped Marla Singer.