The Social Network

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A fascinating account of how Mark Zuckerberg started with a drunken idea that turned into a $25 billion giant of social media. Easy to follow timeline, despite the constant use of flashbacks, TSN gives a glimpse of the madness that was the 2000's in the tech world. Eisenberg's performance is stellar as Zuckerberg, and the supporting cast contribute very well. Technically and historically factual, TSN is a must see for any of the 500 million people on Facebook every day. 10/10.

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Continuity mistake: When Eduardo finds the letter on the mantlepiece about them apparently stealing the idea for Facebook and asks Mark if they did or not, he places a bottle on the mantlepiece just before he finds the letter. This bottle rotates slightly between shots without him touching it after placing it down. (00:49:15)

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Cameron Winklevoss: What, do you wanna hire an IP lawyer and sue him?
Divya Narendra: No, I wanna hire the Sopranos to beat the shit out of him with a hammer!

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Trivia: When the Facebook team are celebrating their 1,000,000th member, Mark Zuckerberg is wearing an Arm & Hammer t-shirt. This is in reference to Cameron Winklevoss/Tyler Winklevoss being played by actor Armand "Armie" Hammer. (01:42:25)

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Question: When Eduardo discovers the dilution of his percentage, he asks Mark if he did it because of the "article about the chicken", which accused Eduardo of forced animal cannibalism. Sean Parker hears this and says, "What's he talking about?" and then says "Seriously, what's the chicken?" Is this implying he was the one who gave the chicken story to Mark's lawyer so he could use it in the previous scene where he mentions it?

Answer: No, earlier when it came up in the lawyers office, Eduardo thought it came from Mark, but the lawyer stepped in and said they were able to find it themselves. Sean really had no idea what he was talking about, but didn't use it against him.

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