The Social Network was a fantastic movie for many reasons: the direction of David Fincher, the music by Trent Reznor, the acting of mostly everyone involved, and, of course, the screenplay by Aaron Sorkin. It’s trademark Sorkin, with dialogue being stacked on top of more dialogue and characters expressing so many…
Dialogue is not exactly cinematic. It’s just people talking to each other, and it’s not always fun to watch either, since it’s often just words spewed to further the plot. But what makes some dialogue scenes so much better than others? Is it good dialogue like a real conversation?
Look, when it broke that Trent Reznor was going to be involved in the soundtrack for The Social Network, I knew it was going to be good. And when I saw The Social Network back in 2010, I knew the soundtrack was good. But I only just sat down and really listened to it the other day and holy shit you guys, it is dope.
How far would you go to impress the one you love? Would you steal some precious Moon rocks from NASA? The minds behind The Social Network are hatching Sex On The Moon, a movie all about love, space and robberies.
The box office has spoken — no longer will the public fork over their wages for derivative movies like The Wolfman or Gulliver's Travels. But does that mean better movies in 2011? Perhaps.
The News Feed was the turning point towards the modern Facebook experience, the first of many gentle (and not-so) pushes to forces users to share information with less-than-besties. It's from former PR-Head Brandee Barker's notes, not Zuck's. That's sharp foresight.
Finally, a parody of The Social Network that's actually about The Social Network. It's funny! And as is so often the case in life, the highlights mostly come from Justin Timberlake.
Click to viewThere are two sides to every story: the real side, and the web video parody side. This hilarious trailer for Zuckerberg is definitively the latter.
I wasn't interested in watching a movie about Facebook. You probably weren't either. But the reviews are trickling in for The Social Network and everyone is just glowing about the movie.
Though it may not be science fiction, Facebook movie The Social Network does what all great SF does: It speculates about how new technologies are changing society. I've read through Aaron Sorkin's script, and it's a riveting amorality tale. Spoilers!
After tense, months-long talks with Facebook executives, filmmakers behind Facebook flick The Social Network have decided to keep a scene involving cocaine and boobs. Did Facebook finally realize it will never again look this sexy?
It's been a mostly underwhelming movie summer. But fear not, moviegoers! There are still 10 movies left in 2010 that look set to rock your worlds, including Monsters, Skyline and Tron. And there are 10 more that, well...could surprise us.
There's a good case to be made that The Social Network is a science fiction movie set in the present, about the way technology transforms human life - often with tragic and unintended consequences. The new trailer delivers on tragedy.
Here's the first full-length trailer for The Social Network, David Fincher and Aaron Sorkin's movie about the creation of social wonder/ill, the Facebook. Thanks largely to a brilliant song choice, the trailer is eerily evocative.