The Social Network

October 1, 2010

You know many people are always skeptical when there is a
movie where it involves a website or a certain or based on
something involving this society we live in. The reason people
don’t think this movie could work is because it is based on the
global phenomenon facebook.

I in all honestly don’t become skeptical towards these types of
films. I personally believed that this film has a huge chance at
winning atleast one Oscar this year. Either for best picture,
best actor, or best supporting actor.

Jesse Eisenburg was spectacular at portraying the genius and
or just a crazy kid willing to do anything to do what he thinks
is right. Justin Timberlake was also good, this was probably his
best film. Unlike his other films Justin was serious and top notch
at his role as the creator of Napster (Sean Parker), but the actor
who was absolutely perfect was Andrew Garfield.

Garfield was amazing he really set the stone for this film his acting
I believe is what boosted this movie even more than it already was.
The story itself is unbelievable because it shows you how FaceBook,
came about, and shows how Mark Zuckerberg was what some people
would say an evil genius, I personally believe that Mark was just
a misunderstood kid who wanted to prove he was better and capable
than anyone else in his field of expertise.

Although I did catch one mistake in the film, there was a reference to
Snooki from the “Jersey Shore”. The thing is the reference was made during
the timeline in the movie which was at least either 2006 or 2007 at the point
of the reference. 2006-2007 there wasn’t even a thought of Jersey Shore
because it wasn’t created back then. If they didn’t make the mistake so
obvious I would have given the movie a 5 out of 5 star review, but I dropped
it to a 4 1/2 stars out of 5 star review. Overall it was a pretty good movie.

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