You wouldn't think that [Fincher & Sorkin's] talents would gel, yet their collaboration on The Social Network is brilliant ... a gripping tale of ambition and envy, betrayal and resentment.
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Feb 25 - 04:25 PM
Mar 3 - 06:37 AM
I'm sorry this just proves what I have know for sometime now.Hollywood is out of ideas.I mean what is next YouTube the movie?Or the rise of google
Mar 9 - 10:56 PM
Wow, are there still people who are saying things like this? Listen: Fuck you. This isn't "Facebook The Movie" or "The Rise and Fall of Facebook" or any of that other bullshit that hipsters have been throwing around. This is about a group of people, how they interact, how their relationships changed, and the events that changed them. More specifically, this is about Mark Zuckerberg, his ideas, and how other people viewed his ideas. This is about what happens when great minds clash in the worst way. Furthermore, who cares if there are films about YouTube or Google in the future? If there's an interesting story behind them, why shouldn't they be adapted?
Apr 22 - 12:33 PM
i agree. Doug is a dumb shit
Jun 2 - 08:23 PM
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