As times have past I feel like Fincher’s ‘The Social Network’ has been taken for granted. I highly admire Fincher’s meticulousness of his real-life projects and I think they're quite ideal for his methodical style, more so than the proclamations of grand philosophy that creep into his fiction. The Social Network is delicious. It's one of those "information thrillers" that's just so easy to keep eating. It’s one of the most well paced films of all time accompanied by one…
Kevin Hart doing a drama huh. The entire movie feels like something you’ve already watched before hence its cookie cutter feel. But I like seeing actors switch up their game, only if it works of course. I’d like to think Kevin did a decent job especially because these types of movies are way out of his strong suit. But I’m not gonna lie to you, this just felt like the average mediocre movie with a white man as it’s protagonist.