If you love Fight Club, see Kill List
The favorite: Adapted from Chuck Palahniuk's novel of the same name, Fight Club continued Se7en director David Fincher's '90s grunge-ification of movies by appealing to the imbalanced rebel in all of us. Instead of dealing in personality, Brad Pitt becomes one, a Jiminy Cricket to Ed Norton's Narrator, disgruntled America's proxy. If you saw this in your developmental stage, it took hold of your worldview (at least for a second).
The alternative: Like Fight Club, Kill List externalizes the mental strife of its main character, a British solider suffering from post-Iraq PTSD. Unlike Fight Club, Kill List strips away the hyper-style. The movie, from High-Rise director Ben Wheatley, starts as family drama, then explodes into psychological horror. True to Fight Club, saying more could ruin the shocking turns, but bursts of violence and dry wit have never been paired more effectively than in this occultish trip down the rabbit hole.