The Social Network Movie Analysis And The True Story Behind The Founding Of Facebook & Mark Zuckerberg With Divya Narendra

The Social Network Movie Analysis And The True Story Behind The Founding Of Facebook & Mark Zuckerberg With Divya Narendra

The Social Network Movie Analysis And The True Story Behind The Founding Of Facebook & Mark Zuckerberg With Divya Narendra

Winklevii Twins, Cameron Winklevoss & Tyler Winklevoss on Bitcoin’s Future & Gemini Exchange
Facebook’s Chief Ai Scientist & Deep Learning Godfather Courant Professor Yann LeCun

One of the most exciting tech movies of all time, this cinematic masterpiece exposes Silicon Valley and the minds behind the founding of Facebook. Rebellion Research discussed with the real live Divya Narendra on the truth behind the movie and how much of it was sensationalized vs the actual truth. Were there really 50 messages to Mark Zuckerberg that went unanswered? Justin Timberlake does a marvelous job of portaying the brilliant Sean Parker and many believe this is Jessie Eisenberg’s best acting of his career, however Zombieland 1 & 2 are both awesome movies and Adventureland is always a fun watch.

However, we did not enjoy all of the sympathy that movie gives to Eduardo Saverin. But, of course the brilliant Andrew Garfield could probably elicit sympathy for some evil warlord or dictator with such a charming demeanor, it was hard to believe he was a Queens native potraying Peter Parker as Spider Man.

The Winklevoss twins are played exceptionally well by Armie Hammer, yes it is possible to be born 6 foot 3, be an Olympic athlete and have a very high IQ!

The movie’s openening scene where Mark Zuckerberg gets dumped by his girlfriend from Boston University is howevever complete fiction and apparently none of that took place, he never had a girlfriend at the time according to some and according to others she was a fellow engineer and Harvard University undgraduate student.

The movie is a solid 8.9/10