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on October 14, 2015
Fun little movie to watch, not too deep and the acting and script were very good to excellent.
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on September 11, 2015
Rất hay
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on August 30, 2015
It's good.
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on August 24, 2014
Item delivered in very good condition, thanks
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on June 21, 2014
Did not like Mark that well, but saw how Facebook developed which was why I wanted to see it so ordered it
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on September 18, 2013
This movie may have captured the truth of the actual circumstances at that time. There are some instances when I thought it was being embellished quite a bit but anyway the movie was Excellent.
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on July 5, 2013
A movie you can watch over and over, and still find moments of ah ha and oh interesting. Stellar performances!

Found the "making of" disc to be very interesting. If you enjoy watching those kind of 'special features' I would recommend this!
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on March 14, 2013
A terribly boring film that has people that are shallow, vulgar and without a shred of morality or ethics. The writing is not great and the performances are pedestrian. Perhaps that they should have added a footnote how Facebook also is continually trying to sell people's personal information to third parties, allow free large corporate advertising on people's account (with the consent of the account holder, but without any monetary transfers for having this advertising) and how the design of the web page is so poor that it looks like an old Windows program. Perhaps they should add an alternative title of: "Perverts and Stalkers-Here's Free Information For You". This movie leaves me with the question: "Has Harvard lowered it's standards to let people like these to attend their institution?"
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Talk about delayed response: this movie has been on my to-watch list since early last year, and I only got around to watching it this week when Mark Zuckerberg finally took Facebook public. Though "The Social Network" attempts to set this amazing story of how the digital form of social networking went viral in the irrepressibly zany atmosphere of Harvard fraternity life, it is so much more than just another "Animal House" spoof with an improbable ending. Strip away the sophomoric dimensions of campus living where individual exploits are often larger than life - from brains to looks to sex - and we have a very colourful tale of how friendships were made and broken in an enterprise meant to bring people together in the largest social context possible. There are some complications along the way before this idea started to become a reality. Only when Zuckerberg and his partners go through the maze of legal challenges does art start to imitate life. The audience gets to see a young Zuckerberg's vision mature from a limited, self-serving means for ranking dates to a cooperative, commercial venture meant to revolutionize the world. Along with Zuckerberg's learning curve goes some humorous moments when irony creatively jolts the senses. The scene in President Larry Summer's office is one example of how the academic establishment surprisingly weighed in on the whole hot-button issue of how to define intellectual property. I found the parallel story format that looks at both the genesis of the idea and its fallout to be a very useful comparative device that brought much-needed cinematic discipline to a production that could have easily derailed with all its character intersections.
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on September 15, 2011
OK film. Facebook sucks so Obviously I'm biased. Nothing much happens. Boring and dry. Wouldn't watch this one again. Don't buy if you don't like Facebook
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