Hannah Van Brimer
2 months ago
David Fincher, the director, is one of my favorites, so of course I had to watch. Even though this movie wasn't meant to be completely factual, there were still some great accurate elements involved.
-The flow of the movie is so easy to follow and I love those kinds of films.
- I think Eisenberg was perfect for his character, and he played Zuckerberg very well.
- The way that Fincher composed this movie is really well done. In saying this, I thought the process of creating facebook through the film was so fascinating.
- The way it started where they were just at Harvard doing basic coding then turning it into Facebook was really cool especially when he started coding to get the girls images through websites.
- When Eduardo found out that his stocks were diluted and no one else stocks were it was such a good breakdown. Garfield walked in and basically said I am taking your company which obviously he didn't but still.
- Also, what a great cast.
-I think it was a bit too long because an hour and a half in I felt like they could have made it that length.
- I don't like the portrayal of Eduardo in this movie because in real life he wasn't necessarily a victim of the lawsuit because he did a lot of things he shouldn't have as well and Sean had to pick up the slack IRL I believe.
- I do wish that they would have ended the cases in the meeting rooms a little better and clearer instead of just a white text box in the end.
Overall: 3 1/2 out of 5
7 months ago
This movie is so intense. One of the best movies of the last decade with some stellar acting and memorable scenes from Andrew Garfield and Jesse Eisenburg
You are not a hero or a villian. You could be a hero in one person's story and villian in another person's story.
I watched this film 10 years ago when it first came out and Facebook / social media was still sort of up and coming (at we didn’t quite use it / understand it like we do today). So I remember it being an interesting watch and exciting to find out the juice behind the scenes because Facebook was still such a big deal. I was only 15 though, so I didn’t quite grasp it. I watched this film again a second time only a couple of months ago, with a whole new mindset and actually found it overwhelming to think of where Facebook came from and once was to where it is now (and the other apps it owns now)!
It’s more eye opening 10 years after release!
I'm the CEO, Bitch!! - Mark Zuckerberg
A must watch.
Shows the history and development of Facebook. A really good watch
Really makes Zuck look like a dick he can’t be that bad in person right?