I take interest in watching movie rather than reading books becoz of the beauty in the art of visual communication, a book explains what a person is thinking but a movie shows it in emotions. Recently I have seen “The Social Network” and I liked it becoz….
I usually think what makes a movie which is based on real characters or adaptations from novels will be so interesting or touching. I think I have understood from this movie. “It’s the way we get inspired from the characters, it’s the way how we think about the emotions , it’s the way how we understand the perceptions of the protagonists in the movie, finally it’s the way IT IS.
This movie is largely breezy, uplifting and intoxicating. There is so much more I could say about this movie. It’s just peppered with both understated and towering cinematic master strokes with beautifully written dialogues. The film flips backwards and forwards through time and one must love it for its originality.
Yes if something is shown how it was, then definitely it will be a wonderful creation. Though the movie is inspired from a novel “Accidental Billionaires”, but the movie has charisma of its own if taken any technical department into consideration.
The film ducks in and out of the lives of students from Harvard , as they build their careers and trample over one another on their way to success , but one guy stands apart and strives for his dream. It’s the FACEBOOK. He just makes it to impress his girlfriend, and the attitude of that guy is the best part of the movie and the director shows his intentions or the emotions or take anything in an amazingly awesome way. He never thinks of anything, money friendship or any bull shit, he has just one thing in his mind The actors have been appropriately selected and personify the characters justly.
I want to say more about the movie but I am not that good at expressing my feelings about anything , but (in my words) seriously just go and watch this movie , this made my day on that day, but never miss anything most importantly the dialogues in the movie.
There were no Goosebumps or anything; I had just a beautiful smile on my face all the time even while coming out of the movie. Its beautifully written, amazingly directed and best personified, a best example of astonishing film making.
Bottom Line: Don’t miss this flick, all I can say is It’s not just best film of the year; it’s one of the best ever made (is what I think).