Wednesday, April 6, 2011

The Social Network (Part One)

I personally LOVED The Social Network. I originally saw the movie in theaters, but I just got the DVD and wanted to share my thoughts when I was first going to go see it.
      This movie is the most recent creation from one of my favorite directors, David Fincher, who also directed the amazing "Fight Club" and "Zodiac." The script was expertly adapted from the novel "The Accidental Billionares" by the Oscar winning Aaron Sorkin. While these two working together would normally seal the deal for me to go see this, the icing on the cake was the addition of Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross conducting the soundtrack. I'll post a full summary of my thoughts on the movie later, when I am not so tired haha. Until then, enjoy this trailer:

15 comments:

  1. Man was planning on watching that, but never got around to it. Have to look into getting a copy or something.

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  2. Hell yeah bro i also Loved this movie, also Great soundtrack by mister Reznor this is a hell of a movie.

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  3. another interesting one kind of similar is "Pirates of Silicon valley"

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  4. its great man. I recommend Lincoln Lawyer aswell saw it the other day

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  5. was pretty much gonna say exactly what thrashblade said

    definately gonna watch it during this school break :D

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  6. My favorite line was in the beginning when the chick told him. "You are going to go through life thinking that girls don't like you because you're a nerd. And I want you to know from the bottom of my heart that that won't be true. It'll be because you're an asshole."
    +1 follower. You should follow my blog too!

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  7. wow i had no clue trent reznor was involved in this fucking brilliant!!

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  8. dunno about a movie about facebook.... maybe i will watch it

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  9. This movie was actually pretty good even though I don't use facebook nor care for Zuckerberg or whatever he's called

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  10. I thought it was an okay movie; nothing amazing.
    Nice post though. Followed :)

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  11. Great movie , but the story in the book was better to be honest.

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  12. I never really wanted to see it, but I might give in and watch it anyway.

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  13. personally didn't like it, seemed the same pretentious dark-green contrast the director always uses.. maybe i should stop holding grudges

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