- I still love Aaron Sorkin who still has issues with women. Technology changes but people stay the same, I guess. (Kind of the moral of the movie, too, huh?)
- So many people have responded to the Mark Zuckerberg character by saying "He's such a douche." I think it's more accurate to say "They're all such douches" (with the exception of Eduardo Saverin who, in all probability, was also a douche but somehow managed to garner a sympathetic characterization from Sorkin). What an insufferable place Harvard must be.
- I'm stunned and rather impressed that this movie did so well in theaters. No explosions. No Megan Fox. No blue aliens. Just a whole lot of talk talk talk. Good for you, America!
Sunday, January 30, 2011
I finally saw The Social Network. I definitely didn't love it. I'm far more interested in intellectual property debates than in wild-success-spinning-wildly-out-of-control tropes so I could have done without most of the last 45 minutes. That said: