AngryAssSloth’s review published on Letterboxd:
For me at least as an IT guy it's always nice to see a movie that has something to do with computers that isn't just some shit that came out of the writers ass. Kind of like this.
The Social Network is about how Facebook came to be, told through the two lawsuits that Mark Zuckerburg was involved in during the 2000's. The story is told beautifully through sort of flashbacks that occur during the lawsuit. I usually don't like the use of flashbacks in my movies but this was so subtle I didn't even really notice it until about 30 minutes into the movie.
David Fincher also threw a lot of really cool shots into this movie. My favorite was the use of tilt-shift when the Winklevoss brothers were at the rowing competition. The colors were fantastic and I didn't have a single complaint on how the film was shot. Really I didn't have any complaints about the whole movie it was fantastic. You should watch it if you have not already.