Summary: Tyler Winklevoss: "Woops. Broke your 350 year old doorknob". The social Network follows Mark Zuckenberg, Sean Parker and Eduardo Saverin as they create Facebook, which has since become the web's most popular social network. David Fincher directed this movie in a way that the movie could have been boring or uninteresting, but Mr. Fincher and the writers to this movie made it worked. The acting in this film is spellbinding and the story is top notch.
Another brilliant movie from David Fincher and team!
9 February 2013
Excerpt: Some movies, from their opening salvo, have a degree of elegance, intelligence, confidence, and depth that immediately sets them far apart from standard movie-goer film fare. David Fincher's 'The Social Network' is that rare picture, a movie that instantly stokes our senses and worms its way into our psyches. Forget the Facebook story; that's just the universal hook that piques our interest.
Excerpt: I really enjoyed this movie. It was entertaining and interesting at the same time. I was curious to know the history of Facebook and I came away from this movie having learned something. Highly recommended. PQ and audio both top notch.
Excerpt: Movie - If you haven't hear of The Social Network and someone asks if you wanna watch the movie about Facebook, you'll have no idea what to expect. I know when I heard about it I scoffed. But this plays out like an amazing court case drama that unfolds before you eyes. Jesse Eisenberg & Andrew Garfield play their parts amazingly with the whole cast holds up very well bringing the drama from all angles.
Excerpt: Covering the rise of Mark Zuckerberg, the creator of Facebook and the resulting lawsuits, The Social Network is kind of like a Boogie Nights for dorks, showing how the phenomenon of "social networking" conquered the globe and made billionaires out of the young dotcommers involved.
Excerpt: Harvard University student Mark Zuckerberg (Jesse Eisenberg) is dumped by his girlfriend Erica Albright, which inspires him to produce an on-campus website called Facemash. His friend Eduardo (Andrew Garfield) help finance Mark's next project, an online social networking website exclusive to Harvard University students called The Facebook. Eduardo and Mark arrange a meeting with Napster co-founder Sean Parker (Justin Timberlake).
Excerpt: Social Network is entertaining enough. It tells a "true" story we all might be interested in and relate to- the early development and contentious issues surrounding the Website Facebook and its founder(s). I agree with those who did'nt quite get all the praise it received. On PQ, I saw it in the theater, and can say the Bluray is very true to the look of the movie. The overall look of the movie leans toward dark and muted, with a push towards autumal tones.