'The Social Network' Review

The Social Network Facebook Movie Receives Early Positive Reviews

Early reviews of The Social Network, directed by David Fincher, indicate that the film may live up to its hype.

The Social Network movie discusses the evolution of Facebook and how it grew popular.

The opening scene is said to be one of the most dramatic break-up scenes one can imagine.  The movie then goes on to emphasize the idea of entrepreneurship that has grown to dominate the recent generation.

David Fincher certainly brings a lot of unique humor to the film, much like he has in previous works.  Some of his more notable films include Fight Club and Zodiac.

The central focus of the film revolves around Mark Zuckerberg, a young genius who is not used to failing.  Considering he was offered a job from Microsoft right before college, it is no secret that Mark Zuckerberg was gifted.

Mark Zuckerberg, who is played by Jesse Elsenberg, eventually goes through a heartbreaking separation from his girlfriend.  It is during his depressive state that he comes up with the idea of Facemash, which eventually evolves into Facebook.

The Social Networking debuts on October 1, 2010.  To see The Social Network trailer, visit Fandango.

Source: Execte

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