Film Reviews




DIRECTOR: David Fincher

May Contain Spoilers!

Wow, just isn’t the word for this. Screenwriter, Aaron Sorkin speaking about writing this, claimed that even though it revolved around the creation of Facebook, this wasn’t really about the social network. This was about its troubled creator, Mark Zuckerberg (Jesse Eisenberg) and his relationships with the few who could bear to close to him.

It is really about Zuckerburg’s lack of real life social networking ability and that the 21st centuries social revolution was spurred on by a man with not a single, true friend in the world, having destroyed his only real friendship, with Facebook’s co-founder, Eduardo Saverin, brilliantly played by Andrew Garfield in a stand out performance.

That’s not to sell any member, and I mean any member of the cast, short and this was an actor’s film, expertly directed by Fincher as well as being one of the…

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