Well, almost everybody knows about the one and only movie called: “The Social Network”. Said to be impeccably scripted, beautifully directed, and filled with fine performances, The Social Network is a riveting, ambitious example of modern filmmaking at its finest. Well, there you have your reviews that were said by the crowds that have watched this movie. So, of course you now want to be a part of what your friends/people saw, and see if they were right. Unfortunately, my family doesn’t work like that.
Whenever we see a movie that has very cool previews like the new Transformers 3 The Dark of the Moon, this year during the Super Bowl commercials. Well, before when my family saw Transformers 2 The Risen of the Fallen, we thought it was going to be epic. Unfortunately, we thought it was going to be so awesome, that we decided to watch the movie on the first day it came out in theaters. Fortunately, the movie sucked, and didn’t have an interesting plot. So, basically a waste of money. So, in our family, unless we know 98% for sure that the movie will be good, we just wait ti’ll a movie comes out on DVD, and than watch it. So, eventually when we heard that the Social Network was a world Grammy movie, we knew we’d have to wait ti’ll it came out on DVD.
So, eventually, we watched the movie, and the first time I saw it, I sort of thought it sucked. But, now it’s something I constantly think in my head about. I started to realize the movie better and it became more interesting. But, we can talk, talk, talk here for a long time about my history about it, or we can just get to the Movie Perspective about it.
Characters: There are only 3 main characters in this movie: “The Social Network”. Main character, Jesse Eisenberg, playing as Mark Suckerberg. Second main character, Andrew Garfield, playing as Eduardo Saverin. Third main character, Justin Timberlake, playing as Sean Parker. Jesse Eisenberg plays a big role in this movie as the one who came up with the idea of the new program called “Facebook” and his companion Andrew Garfield, who helps him in the idea of the program, while Justin Timberlake comes in and take over the whole system.
Verdict: It’s an amazingly interesting movie. Not too geeky, and not too much misunderstanding in the movie. It’s just the right amount, for a good movie. I would even want to watch the movie again just to see Jesse Eisenberg get all badass with the computers, and so technological. He’s the reason why I still want to do complicated things and do un-familiar stuff at my age on the computers, plus I still envy his voice, and how speaks all of his words very fast and understandable. All in all, it’s a good movie, and I’d suggest you watch it. 😀