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These Are Edward Norton's Best and Worst Movies

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2. Fight Club (1999)
> Fellow leads: Brad Pitt, Meat Loaf, Zach Grenier
> Director: David Fincher
> Domestic box office: $37.03 million

Norton plays The Narrator in this cult classic, an insomniac who struggles with the monotony and emptiness of modern life.

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1. American History X (1998)
> Fellow leads: Edward Furlong, Beverly D’Angelo, Jennifer Lien
> Director: Tony Kaye
> Domestic box office: $6.72 million

Norton plays a neo-Nazi who, after three years in prison, comes home reformed and attempts to prevent his younger brother from following in his footsteps.

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