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The Social Network (2010) movie review without spoilers

The Social Network (2010) movie review without spoilers

Achievement: Won 3 Oscars (2010)

Violence: 10% Intercourse Showcased? : No (but implied) Slangs : Moderate Family/Adult: Adult (18+) Genre: Biography, Drama ⚈⚈⚈NON-SPOILER REVIEW⚈⚈⚈












"The internet's not written in pencil, Mark. It's written in ink." - The Social Network (2010) The Social Network is a loose biography of Mark Zuckerberg. But not just that. There are other stuffs as well in this movie. Screenwriter Aaron Sorkin wrote a fantastic screenplay taking care about everything- the wittiness, the emotions, the jealousy. David Fincher directed it excellently. The music is superb. The cinematography is excellent and the narrative style is also awesome which made it more engaging. I liked the intention that the director wants the audience to decide about the actions of Mark Zuckerberg in a way. Jesse Eisenberg (Mark Zuckerberg) and Andrew Garfield (Eduardo Saverin) stole the show. They nailed every dialogue with finesse. There are many things to learn from the movie if you're into entrepreneurship. However the title didn't fit the movie. There's nothing about social in Social Network and also not much about Mark Zuckerberg's life. So can't be termed as a true-biography. This movie could've been better.

My final verdict: Engaging. Not that great. But definitely many things could be learnt from this movie. Give it a watch.

My overall score: 8.0⭐/10 Available on: NETFLIX

 

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