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In his review, Chris Bumbray said THE SOCIAL NETWORK is absolutely one of the best films of the year. The film has a 97% positive rating on Rotten Tomatoes; a full 10% higher than INCEPTION.

The early critical word on the film was almost overwhelmingly positive. But now the time has come for you to hit the theaters and judge David Fincher's masterpiece for yourself. Is it really as good as everyone says it is? Is it the "defining movie of our generation?" The movie is perfect for discussion, debate and dissection so, as we often do, we're going to leave this article up all weekend with the Strike Backs open and encourage you to post YOUR review of THE SOCIAL NETWORK. If you're so inclined, you can even post a review to your Movie Fan Central profile. So far, there 12 reviews in there, averaging 8.9/10.

I say this often but it's always important: PLEASE NO SPOILERS and, as always, no attacking, flaming or insulting other users. I'll leave you with one last look at the classic "Creep" trailer for the film before you head off to the theaters...

Extra Tidbit: And check out the Social Network-inspired "movie trailer" for our very own MOVIE FAN CENTRAL here!
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1:43PM on 10/05/2010
Awesome soundtrack too!
Awesome soundtrack too!
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1:40PM on 10/05/2010
Loved the movie, but I was shocked when I found out the Winklevoss' were played by one actor! Not sure if anyone's mentioned it below, but Fincher got tired of looking for 6'5 220lb twins, so used digital effects to put Armie Hammer's face over another actor. Seamless, just like the movie. Even Timberlake was great!
Loved the movie, but I was shocked when I found out the Winklevoss' were played by one actor! Not sure if anyone's mentioned it below, but Fincher got tired of looking for 6'5 220lb twins, so used digital effects to put Armie Hammer's face over another actor. Seamless, just like the movie. Even Timberlake was great!
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4:03PM on 10/04/2010

Question

Saw it yesterday and thought it was great but there is one scene in particular I'm curious as to others reaction to it.

The scene depicting the Winklevoss twins racing in England. I loved that scene but at the same time felt it was disconnected from the rest of the movie. The use of tilt shift (the real specific focus that gave everything a kind of miniature look) and then the high tempo close cuts of the racers with the intense music. This is not to say I can see what was attempting to be
Saw it yesterday and thought it was great but there is one scene in particular I'm curious as to others reaction to it.

The scene depicting the Winklevoss twins racing in England. I loved that scene but at the same time felt it was disconnected from the rest of the movie. The use of tilt shift (the real specific focus that gave everything a kind of miniature look) and then the high tempo close cuts of the racers with the intense music. This is not to say I can see what was attempting to be accomplished with the scene but it still felt isolated.

So with that if anyone would care to share their thoughts on that scene I am quite curious?
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1:42PM on 10/05/2010
I know what you mean, I dug the scene, but I remember thinking it had an almost high quality commercial feeling to it, not that a bad thing, just a much different visual tone.
I know what you mean, I dug the scene, but I remember thinking it had an almost high quality commercial feeling to it, not that a bad thing, just a much different visual tone.
11:49AM on 10/04/2010

Fantastic

This is a truly a an amazing film and it is one of the best of movies of the year. Superb Acting by all, superb directing and fantastic direction. This will be nominated for a few awards come Oscar time. I just wouldn't go as far as calling it the Citizen Kane or the Godfather of our time. But it truly a fantastic Film!
This is a truly a an amazing film and it is one of the best of movies of the year. Superb Acting by all, superb directing and fantastic direction. This will be nominated for a few awards come Oscar time. I just wouldn't go as far as calling it the Citizen Kane or the Godfather of our time. But it truly a fantastic Film!
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11:45AM on 10/04/2010

Very Good

I will admit this movie did blow me away with how good it was. But I was thinking it was going to suck. So that being said, it is a great film and you should give it a chance if you haven't. It is in no way the best of the year though. It was a good movie, not the best.
I will admit this movie did blow me away with how good it was. But I was thinking it was going to suck. So that being said, it is a great film and you should give it a chance if you haven't. It is in no way the best of the year though. It was a good movie, not the best.
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10:44PM on 10/03/2010

Excellent.

I went to a screening two weeks ago and was blown away. I had little to no interest, but it was such a fun movie. I do plan on seeing it again. 9/10, and definitely in my top 10 films of the year.
I went to a screening two weeks ago and was blown away. I had little to no interest, but it was such a fun movie. I do plan on seeing it again. 9/10, and definitely in my top 10 films of the year.
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7:19PM on 10/03/2010

@ drewmanning first, then my review

You're certainly entitled to your opinion, drew, but I'd take argument with the "internet fad" reference. That's a bit of a shortsighted comment, as Facebook has become a cultural staple and true phenomenon that's not going anywhere anytime soon. I understand your beef with the seemingly "trivial" nature of the subject matter, but it's hard to just dismiss such a massive technological and social achievement.

After seeing the film, which I loved, I was much more in tuned to how much
You're certainly entitled to your opinion, drew, but I'd take argument with the "internet fad" reference. That's a bit of a shortsighted comment, as Facebook has become a cultural staple and true phenomenon that's not going anywhere anytime soon. I understand your beef with the seemingly "trivial" nature of the subject matter, but it's hard to just dismiss such a massive technological and social achievement.

After seeing the film, which I loved, I was much more in tuned to how much Facebook has infiltrated society. Just how much our young people (unfortunately) depend on it, even live FOR it, it's pretty incredible and a bit disturbing. The movie was much more than just a biopic or dramatic account of a cool invention. It's an intriguing look at the genesis of a generation-defining interface.

Even more so, the direction, writing, and performances captured (and probably exaggerated, but for the better) the dramatic arcs of the people responsible for Facebook. The protagonist was both frustrating and truly fascinating from the get-go, and I personally had sympathy for him. It was an intriguing, albeit obvious parallel for the man who created a site to garner friends to, in the end, have none at all. Eisenberg and Garfield were fantastic, and hopefully they'll get recognized with some nominations. JT was pretty distracting, in my opinion, but not because he was bad. He's just such a big personality that the character of Sean Parker, what with his image-centric attitude, was not enough of a change from Timberlake's public persona. Yeah, I know he's not a malicious, paranoid, technerd entrepreneur, but I just never shook that it was JT on screen.

Overall, I think this is an amazing accomplishment in encapsulating a cultural shift, due in large part by the film's excellent writing and directing. It was a smooth, almost intoxicating experience. Is it overrated? Maybe, depending on who you're listening to and what you're expecting going in. But I don't think people should just dismiss it because it's about a social networking website that's obsessed over and, as a result, eons past cliche.
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5:55PM on 10/03/2010
The social network is a very satisfying cinematic experience and I urge everyone who really loves tight writing, directing and acting to check it out. Everyone is on point here and I definitely see this film being nominated if not picking up a few oscars this year. Most definitely sorkin will win the oscar for writing. This is a script that should be studied by anybody who is interested in filmmaking. Eisenberg and Garfield were amazing and frankly Timberlake is a good actor. Just because he
The social network is a very satisfying cinematic experience and I urge everyone who really loves tight writing, directing and acting to check it out. Everyone is on point here and I definitely see this film being nominated if not picking up a few oscars this year. Most definitely sorkin will win the oscar for writing. This is a script that should be studied by anybody who is interested in filmmaking. Eisenberg and Garfield were amazing and frankly Timberlake is a good actor. Just because he came from a boy band doesn't mean he isn't capable of other things and anyone who has seen Alpha Dog knows this. The film is socially relevant (since there were more than a few dumbass people in the theater ON their facebook accounts during the film...seriously, you have ADD if you do this...but I digress). I hope the film does well as it really deserves it. Also it was probably the best looking RED camera flick I've seen (and I love 35mm). Go see it!!!
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2:47PM on 10/03/2010
While the direction, writing and performances are all sharp It's hard to love a movie when it's driving story-line is about a flash in the pan internet fad. One can't help but think of both Sorkin's Sports Night or Studio 60, where the characters intensity does not equal the trivial nature of their goals. Zuckerberg is also interesting as that he is the first despicable protagonist whom I was just not a fan of. I have more sympathy for Tony Montana from "Scarface" or the thieving, murdering
While the direction, writing and performances are all sharp It's hard to love a movie when it's driving story-line is about a flash in the pan internet fad. One can't help but think of both Sorkin's Sports Night or Studio 60, where the characters intensity does not equal the trivial nature of their goals. Zuckerberg is also interesting as that he is the first despicable protagonist whom I was just not a fan of. I have more sympathy for Tony Montana from "Scarface" or the thieving, murdering rapist Alex from Kubrick's "A Clockwork Orange" than I do the creepy sociopathic douche-bag that is Mark Zuckerberg. Also, in no way did I feel that this was the movie of year, it hasn't even cracked my top 10 of the year.
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2:47PM on 10/03/2010

easily

one of the best films i've ever seen.
one of the best films i've ever seen.
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1:11PM on 10/03/2010
Ok, So I went out and saw "Social Network", and while not looking forward to it at all, I quite enjoyed, for different reasons. It proves that with all the "young" actors we have, Jesse Eisenberg is the best actor out of all of them, secondly, JT is fully a wonderful actor to watch on screen, next, The writing, coming from Mr. Talking Heads drama TV, felt like exactly that at times, like It felt like I was watching Law & Order at times and felt like since that kind of stuff doesn't work on TV
Ok, So I went out and saw "Social Network", and while not looking forward to it at all, I quite enjoyed, for different reasons. It proves that with all the "young" actors we have, Jesse Eisenberg is the best actor out of all of them, secondly, JT is fully a wonderful actor to watch on screen, next, The writing, coming from Mr. Talking Heads drama TV, felt like exactly that at times, like It felt like I was watching Law & Order at times and felt like since that kind of stuff doesn't work on TV anymore, lets just do it on the big screen, yet he does it well, My only big tiff is that David Fincher IS on a down hill slope now. Anyone could've done this movie and it would've ended up the same way, I have NO idea why Fincher did this movie, where as his other films have a part of him in it, this one does not, serves no purpose and I am very disappointed in him, it wasn't a fincher film, it was a straight up Aaron Sorkin film.
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11:22AM on 10/03/2010

Fantastic

Fincher has made up for the very underwhelming "Benjamin Button" with this film. The script was incredible. Eisenberg was fantastic in this. There were times when he was really frightening. Timberlake was good too. I loved the tilted camera effect they used during the boat race scene. Lived up to the hype in my opinion.
Fincher has made up for the very underwhelming "Benjamin Button" with this film. The script was incredible. Eisenberg was fantastic in this. There were times when he was really frightening. Timberlake was good too. I loved the tilted camera effect they used during the boat race scene. Lived up to the hype in my opinion.
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5:57PM on 10/03/2010
Amen! I agree! I thought Benjamin Button was ridiculously overrated as well but this film deserves all of the praise. And yes the boat race scene was expert cinematography at its finest! Loved it!
Amen! I agree! I thought Benjamin Button was ridiculously overrated as well but this film deserves all of the praise. And yes the boat race scene was expert cinematography at its finest! Loved it!
1:25AM on 10/03/2010

No words...

An absolutely incredible experience. Bravo to Fincher!
An absolutely incredible experience. Bravo to Fincher!
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2:44PM on 10/02/2010

Blown away.

I believe I have seen 3 perfect 10 films this year, Inception, Scott Pilgrim, and Toy Story 3. Now to be honest Social Network is a 9 as of now in my book. It may be a 10, let me see it again, but despite it being a 9 and the others being 10s. The Social Network may have been the best film I have seen this year.
I believe I have seen 3 perfect 10 films this year, Inception, Scott Pilgrim, and Toy Story 3. Now to be honest Social Network is a 9 as of now in my book. It may be a 10, let me see it again, but despite it being a 9 and the others being 10s. The Social Network may have been the best film I have seen this year.
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1:46PM on 10/02/2010

feh

I love Fincher. I use facebook. I love movies. I could care less about this movie. The reviews make me consider renting it. But really? Why would anyone pay to see a movie about a website? Sure it might have social connotations and Im sure its well directed. But its still just about some already rich kid who makes a website and ends up insanely richer. Dont care.
I love Fincher. I use facebook. I love movies. I could care less about this movie. The reviews make me consider renting it. But really? Why would anyone pay to see a movie about a website? Sure it might have social connotations and Im sure its well directed. But its still just about some already rich kid who makes a website and ends up insanely richer. Dont care.
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3:03PM on 10/02/2010
He's not rich. He's middle class. He worked his ass off to get into Harvard and the people suing him are filthy rich who just want a piece of the pie because they didn't get there first. It's actually quite interesting.
He's not rich. He's middle class. He worked his ass off to get into Harvard and the people suing him are filthy rich who just want a piece of the pie because they didn't get there first. It's actually quite interesting.
6:21AM on 10/03/2010
I don't think people who haven't seen this film should comment on this article. This is a review section and if you haven't seen it, you are in no place to judge the quality of the film. Your opinion is worthless.
I don't think people who haven't seen this film should comment on this article. This is a review section and if you haven't seen it, you are in no place to judge the quality of the film. Your opinion is worthless.
6:01PM on 10/03/2010
@ BrokenDreamer I agree! @9smcinstosh no one cares if you haven't seen the film and don't want to. Yeah, wow you must be an incredibly huge Fincher fan if you aren't going to see this film in the theater. Seriously, could you come across more close minded? See the movie before giving a review.
@ BrokenDreamer I agree! @9smcinstosh no one cares if you haven't seen the film and don't want to. Yeah, wow you must be an incredibly huge Fincher fan if you aren't going to see this film in the theater. Seriously, could you come across more close minded? See the movie before giving a review.
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11:00AM on 10/02/2010

overrated

terribly so
terribly so
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12:56PM on 10/03/2010
i wonder how many of those that marked this down actually saw it? my guess, not many
i wonder how many of those that marked this down actually saw it? my guess, not many
1:27PM on 10/03/2010
You're so articulate in your opinion. Explaining why it's overrated and perhaps making a valid point may get you less thumbs down.

But probably not.
You're so articulate in your opinion. Explaining why it's overrated and perhaps making a valid point may get you less thumbs down.

But probably not.
10:57AM on 10/02/2010

Oscar Worthy

I had high expectations for The Social Network and it delivered. The screenplay will definitely be nominated for an Oscar. Any movie that gets a good performance out of even Justin Timberlake is pretty damn good.
I had high expectations for The Social Network and it delivered. The screenplay will definitely be nominated for an Oscar. Any movie that gets a good performance out of even Justin Timberlake is pretty damn good.
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2:17AM on 10/03/2010
Justin Timberlake has been good in all of his films (he was the best thing about "Alpha Dog", heartbreaking really, and in "Black Snake Moan" he was very tough and good).
Justin Timberlake has been good in all of his films (he was the best thing about "Alpha Dog", heartbreaking really, and in "Black Snake Moan" he was very tough and good).
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3:41AM on 10/02/2010
The Social Network was amazing. Fincher brutally holds this generations "sociability" in the spotlight and reveals it's 500 million cracks. And bravo, Trent Reznor, on a haunting score.
The Social Network was amazing. Fincher brutally holds this generations "sociability" in the spotlight and reveals it's 500 million cracks. And bravo, Trent Reznor, on a haunting score.
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3:27AM on 10/02/2010

Wow

This thing lives up to the hype. It's easily one of the best of the year and all we can do is hope that it earns its due right come awards season.
This thing lives up to the hype. It's easily one of the best of the year and all we can do is hope that it earns its due right come awards season.
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2:01AM on 10/02/2010

I saw Let Me In

and it was soooooo good!! lives up to the original and might even be better than it.

I'll be seeing The Social Network tomorrow!
and it was soooooo good!! lives up to the original and might even be better than it.

I'll be seeing The Social Network tomorrow!
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12:55AM on 10/02/2010

Amazing

Let's start by saying, "Go see this movie!" The Social Network is a story about the founders of Facebook, but it is so much more than that. It delves into friendship, temptation, greed, power, and betrayal. Network is comprised of an excellent ensemble cast, which delivers dialogue in such an amazing fashion. Sorkin's writing in and of itself makes this movie. David Fincher has done it again when it comes to directing film. With the help of Andrew Garfield and Justin Timberlake, Jesse Eisenberg
Let's start by saying, "Go see this movie!" The Social Network is a story about the founders of Facebook, but it is so much more than that. It delves into friendship, temptation, greed, power, and betrayal. Network is comprised of an excellent ensemble cast, which delivers dialogue in such an amazing fashion. Sorkin's writing in and of itself makes this movie. David Fincher has done it again when it comes to directing film. With the help of Andrew Garfield and Justin Timberlake, Jesse Eisenberg delivers an amazing performance as Mark Zuckerberg. Eisenberg is truly coming into his own as an actor. The story, from start to finish, really grabs you and leaves you on the edge of your seat. The way that the film makes the viewer feel like a part of creating facebook is truly remarkable. The editing was spot on in this film. Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross did an amazing job with the score. It brilliantly complemented the flow of the movie. A job well done. This will be up for Best Picture and Director, at the very least. Nearly perfect movie.

9.6/10.0
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11:01PM on 10/01/2010
I have heard some call this the Citizen Kane of our time, and I might be inclined to agree. This is definately a great representation of the day and age we live in, when ammbitions can be realized over the internet and all you need is a good idea and the ability to easily implement it over the net. It's a fantastic movie and all the talent involved is utilized to their very best. I think this will speak volumes for future generations and become an important look at society today.
I have heard some call this the Citizen Kane of our time, and I might be inclined to agree. This is definately a great representation of the day and age we live in, when ammbitions can be realized over the internet and all you need is a good idea and the ability to easily implement it over the net. It's a fantastic movie and all the talent involved is utilized to their very best. I think this will speak volumes for future generations and become an important look at society today.
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10:35PM on 10/01/2010

Was it the best movie of the year?

I'm not sure. It's one for the ages though, like "Wall Street" and "All the President's Men." Never mind the factual inaccuracies regarding Zuckerberg and the rise of Facebook, this taps into that desire to share information, and reminded me of my college days, when Facebook was such a presence in my life. This could be David Fincher's masterpiece, which is no small feat for him. I am predicting some major nominations for this one. And I pray they acknowledge Andrew Garfield for Best Supporting
I'm not sure. It's one for the ages though, like "Wall Street" and "All the President's Men." Never mind the factual inaccuracies regarding Zuckerberg and the rise of Facebook, this taps into that desire to share information, and reminded me of my college days, when Facebook was such a presence in my life. This could be David Fincher's masterpiece, which is no small feat for him. I am predicting some major nominations for this one. And I pray they acknowledge Andrew Garfield for Best Supporting Actor. Although Eisenberg, who I have loved since "Roger Dodger," has definitely entered into the big leagues with this turn as an uber-nerdy ADD asshole.
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10:19PM on 10/01/2010

Well Of Course Its Good...

I feel no shame in admitting that I'm one of the five people on the planet without a Facebook account. I also have no interest in one. That's not meant to be offensive to people that use and enjoy it, its just not for me. So, preview after preview for this movie, I just couldn't get really interested. But I have a lot of respect for both David Fincher and Aaron Sorkin, so I knew I'd be going regardless. Then the reviews came in. Comparisons were made to Citizen Kane, The Godfather, Network and
I feel no shame in admitting that I'm one of the five people on the planet without a Facebook account. I also have no interest in one. That's not meant to be offensive to people that use and enjoy it, its just not for me. So, preview after preview for this movie, I just couldn't get really interested. But I have a lot of respect for both David Fincher and Aaron Sorkin, so I knew I'd be going regardless. Then the reviews came in. Comparisons were made to Citizen Kane, The Godfather, Network and All The President's Men. OK, well this is when I knew something was up. No way a movie with this subject matter in this time period could generate such buzz. And, as has been commented, these comparisons aren't really deserved. However, that's not to say this isn't an excellent film. First off, this is one of the best dialogue-driven scripts in quite a while. The conversations are smart, witty and lightening-fast, without coming across as unrealistic. Never do you think "Now come on, a bunch of immature college students wouldn't talk like that." And, as far as Oscar-buzz, I'd be surprised to see anyone but Sorkin standing on stage when the trophy for Best Adapted Screenplay is awarded. The film editing and score compliment each other so well; the score keeps us intrigued, drawn in, even a little haunted at times, while the editing jumps around between time periods, never confusingly, and so smoothly that the two hours fly by. The acting is good, at least for what is available. There isn't much time for those big, emotional, tug at the heart of Oscar voters scenes. Instead we have to accept that the gravity of the performances has to come across in sublety and in the believable way the actors pull off this dialogue. If only one performer could be nominated, I'd root for Andrew Garfield as Eduardo in the Best Supporting Actor category. He's the character that really gets screwed, and when we realize its the friendship he's more broken up about than the money, it means something. The direction is good enough; I mean I never walk into a David Fincher film expecting a bad movie. So, no surprise that The Social Network is a smart, interesting film that really does have a lot to say about the way this generation communicates. However, is it a modern day Network? Citizen Kane? The Godfather? I'm not sure I would go that far.
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10:52PM on 10/01/2010
Don't ever get a facebook. I have one and it becomes an obligation. Everything they say on South Park is true. I can't delete mine. If I do I would be perceived as being depressed or something is wrong with me. People consider facebook actions very seriously.
Don't ever get a facebook. I have one and it becomes an obligation. Everything they say on South Park is true. I can't delete mine. If I do I would be perceived as being depressed or something is wrong with me. People consider facebook actions very seriously.
9:47PM on 10/01/2010
The Social Network is really good. While I do find the story as a whole interesting, I was much more impressed by the performances. Andrew Garfield and Jesse Eisenberg were amazing.
The Social Network is really good. While I do find the story as a whole interesting, I was much more impressed by the performances. Andrew Garfield and Jesse Eisenberg were amazing.
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6:44PM on 10/01/2010
I wrote a pretty lengthy review; you can find it on my MFC profile and on the forums as well. Suffice it to say that I thought it was an excellent, thought-provoking film that was much more about universal themes like friendship, ambition, loyalty and betrayal than it was about the founding of Facebook. The script is fantastic, Fincher's directing and visuals are top notch, the score is beast, and ultimately, it's a must-see.

RATING: 9/10.
I wrote a pretty lengthy review; you can find it on my MFC profile and on the forums as well. Suffice it to say that I thought it was an excellent, thought-provoking film that was much more about universal themes like friendship, ambition, loyalty and betrayal than it was about the founding of Facebook. The script is fantastic, Fincher's directing and visuals are top notch, the score is beast, and ultimately, it's a must-see.

RATING: 9/10.
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4:20PM on 10/01/2010

Best Movie 10

I saw this last night at midnight and itt blew my ,ind. I can honestly agree with MikeD879 i could have easily sat there for another 2 hours. I loved inception it was my favorite movie this year until i saw this movie. The social network will easily recieve a nomination for an oscar of best screenplay and movie of year. But will it win? Hopefully it picks up a few awards as it clearly deserves it :)
I saw this last night at midnight and itt blew my ,ind. I can honestly agree with MikeD879 i could have easily sat there for another 2 hours. I loved inception it was my favorite movie this year until i saw this movie. The social network will easily recieve a nomination for an oscar of best screenplay and movie of year. But will it win? Hopefully it picks up a few awards as it clearly deserves it :)
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6:04PM on 10/03/2010
I totally could have sat there for another 2 hours. I didn't want it to end! And the score is definitely one of a kind!
I totally could have sat there for another 2 hours. I didn't want it to end! And the score is definitely one of a kind!
1:39PM on 10/01/2010
Movie looks great and have high expectations for it, but I doubt this will be better than Inception, Toy Story 3, or The Town.
Movie looks great and have high expectations for it, but I doubt this will be better than Inception, Toy Story 3, or The Town.
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2:44PM on 10/01/2010
Dude toy story sucked and this is doen by finchwe a far better filmmaker than christopher nolan and wile i love ben affleck fincher is just a filmmaker thats on par with kubrick and ben affleck has a way to go
Dude toy story sucked and this is doen by finchwe a far better filmmaker than christopher nolan and wile i love ben affleck fincher is just a filmmaker thats on par with kubrick and ben affleck has a way to go
1:25PM on 10/01/2010

Masterpiece (Yes I said It)

Saw it last night, been pumped for this for months and months. Fincher does it again. From the break-up/intro scene to Zuckerberg refreshing his internet page at the end, nothing let me down. The film is fast paced but clear, the performances more than great, the dialogues are so freaking good it's like a weapon of mass cleverness. The score is also amazing, thanks to Trent Reznor, I'm usually more into melodic and instrumental scores but these beats like in Fight Club totally match the tone
Saw it last night, been pumped for this for months and months. Fincher does it again. From the break-up/intro scene to Zuckerberg refreshing his internet page at the end, nothing let me down. The film is fast paced but clear, the performances more than great, the dialogues are so freaking good it's like a weapon of mass cleverness. The score is also amazing, thanks to Trent Reznor, I'm usually more into melodic and instrumental scores but these beats like in Fight Club totally match the tone and feeling of the flick. I could praise this film all day, so I'm just gonna say you have to see it, if you like neat, smart and well directed films it is almost a duty. I feel bad for all of you guys who don't want to see it because it's a film "about Facebook", you couldn't be more wrong, missing on a great film folks.
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12:51PM on 10/01/2010

Rocked

I'm a huge Fincher and Sorkin fan. With that said - I was hesitant about this movie. Got into a free pre-screening over a month ago in LA. Sorkin was in the theater. The movie blew me away. When the credits rolled at the end, I looked at my friends and said "That can't be it". Not because they movie felt incomplete - but because I could have sat there for another 2 hours watching that movie. I was enthralled. I don't want to be one of those people who hypes up the movie even more than
I'm a huge Fincher and Sorkin fan. With that said - I was hesitant about this movie. Got into a free pre-screening over a month ago in LA. Sorkin was in the theater. The movie blew me away. When the credits rolled at the end, I looked at my friends and said "That can't be it". Not because they movie felt incomplete - but because I could have sat there for another 2 hours watching that movie. I was enthralled. I don't want to be one of those people who hypes up the movie even more than it already is - but I am in love with this movie. I've read the screenplay three times. Cannot get enough of it. It's not a perfect movie, but check it out for sure.
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10:53AM on 10/01/2010

What to see??

Im trying to decide what movie to go see with my friends tonight... were a group of college guys and were between Let Me In, The Town or The Social Network... anyone have any suggestions?
Im trying to decide what movie to go see with my friends tonight... were a group of college guys and were between Let Me In, The Town or The Social Network... anyone have any suggestions?
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12:48PM on 10/01/2010
I've seen The Town, Social Network and the original Let Me In (Let the Right One In). The Town and Social Network are both EXCELLENT. Let the Right One In was great and I've heard the remake is a carbon copy. Don't think you can make a bad decision but if you're a bunch of typical college dudes - go with The Town. But definitely check all of these movies out eventually.
I've seen The Town, Social Network and the original Let Me In (Let the Right One In). The Town and Social Network are both EXCELLENT. Let the Right One In was great and I've heard the remake is a carbon copy. Don't think you can make a bad decision but if you're a bunch of typical college dudes - go with The Town. But definitely check all of these movies out eventually.
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10:14AM on 10/01/2010
Saw this last week. I thought it was good, just not quite as good as it's being made out to be, but still worth seeing because of Sorkin's excellent screenplay. You can find my full review in the "Movie Review" forum or on my MFC page. I'd post a link, but it still won't work.
Saw this last week. I thought it was good, just not quite as good as it's being made out to be, but still worth seeing because of Sorkin's excellent screenplay. You can find my full review in the "Movie Review" forum or on my MFC page. I'd post a link, but it still won't work.
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