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Review: 'The Social Network'

Original post made on Oct 1, 2010

There's a lot to "Like" about "The Social Network." The riveting film about Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg defines a generation, a la "Easy Rider" and "The Breakfast Club." Director David Fincher helms with a deft touch; the script by Aaron Sorkin is beautifully crafted; and the acting is exceptional. ==I -- TH==

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Posted by Victor
a resident of Charleston Gardens
on Oct 1, 2010 at 1:47 pm

I thought the movie was great. It's not just about Facebook obviously -- and I definitely agree that the movie could define a generation. But I'll hold off on giving it that title and wait a few more years. Having been around and gone to a college that was one of the first to get Facebook, the story hit close to home.

The score by Trent Reznor was awesome.

And they even got the little things right. Like a Coupa Cafe coffee cup!