The Social Network – Movie Review

its amazing to watch this movie and think Facebook as a trendsetter for this decade. Jesse Eisenberg as Mark Zuckerberg and Andrew Garfield (yes, the latest actor who will be cast as Spiderman in Spiderman franchise reboot) as Eduard Saverin.

Much of things shown are flashbacks between teo narratives, but in serial order of two different court cases – Mark vs. Winklewoss brothers (who are also Olympians as shown @ the end of the movie) and Mark vs Ed Saverin – who financed “theFacebook” from the start – which later  came to know only as the “Facebook” as adviced by Sean Parker (played by Justin Timberlake)..

As the movie goes on, we see, how the brilliant Mark gets his finances right, and how friends turn enemies – for him or of his allies he chooses. Especially, Ed not liking Sean.

Interesting film, the novel should be a “must read” too – yes, its based on a book called The Accidental Billionaires.

David Fincher again impresses us by the real life touch again (Zodiac, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button) to this movie.

The background score is so immersed with the storyline, you hardly notice it and is too good .

Overall, its made for this generation, who use their internet / phones for texting, tweeting and updating their status’es on Facebook more and to call less, making it a must watch !!!

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  1. […] the way things end up at oscar is not known but we will be expecting to see the ultra superior imagination of Christopher Nolan meaning the Inception fight for the major nominations with The Social Network ! […]

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