Mark Zuckerberg creates a social networking site, Facebook, with the help of his friend Eduardo Saverin. But soon, a string of lies tears their relationship apart even as Facebook connects people.
Director: David Fincher
Writer: Aaron Sorkin
Won 2011 Golden Globes Award for Best Motion Picture - Drama
Impeccably scripted, beautifully directed, and filled with fine performances, The Social Network is a riveting, ambitious example of modern filmmaking at its finest.
It's a shamelessly biased account, as well as a seductively plausible one, although you have to keep your wits about you to get the full effect. | Full Review...
At last, a movie you can actually discuss afterward. And not just on Facebook or Twitter. No, you'll want to chew it over in person, with friends, for hours. | Full Review...
Like Zuckerberg, Fincher excels at data management, delivering vast amounts of information with the utmost clarity and speed. | Full Review...
Tagline: You don't get to 500 million friends without making a few enemies.
Genres: biography, drama
Categories: facebook, social network, intellectual property, website, harvard university, algorithm, arrogance, billionaire, hacker, hacking, creator, frat party, deposition, entrepreneur, young entrepreneur, jewish american, fraternity pledge, disloyalty, competition, geek, elitism, end of friendship, internet
Casting: Laray Mayfield
Director of photography: Jeff Cronenweth
Costume design: Jacqueline West
Executive producer: Kevin Spacey
Runtime: 120 min
Language: English, French
Sound Mix: Dolby Digital, DTS, SDDS, Dolby Surround 7.1
Aspect Ratio: 2.39 : 1