Tuesday, November 9, 2010

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Posted: 05 Nov 2010 10:10 PM PDT

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The 'Social Network' an entertaining movie - Lacombe Globe

Posted: 08 Nov 2010 04:35 PM PST

Rating: 4 out of 5
By Mark Kenney
The Social Network provides an interesting look into the creation of Facebook by some young Harvard gents that were hoping to use the program to meet girls and instead starting a company that is now worth billions. The Social Network is now playing in Lacombe at Reel to Reel Cinemas.
As with many inventions, this story begins on the grounds of Harvard. Two young students, Mark Zuckerberg (Jesse Eisenberg) and Eduardo Saverin (Andrew Garfield) are thinking of ways to use the computer to meet girls. Their solution is to start a social networking site which they called Facebook. As the hits begin to pour in for this site these two students meet the young creator of Napster, Sean Parker (Justin Timberlake) who realizes the economic opportunities with this site. As the value of the site increases, so do the lawsuits. One from some other students who argue that Zuckerberg got the idea from a project they had asked Zuckerberg to help them with. The second lawsuit comes from the co-founder Saverin, when he is pushed out of the company. As the tagline for the movie notes, you do not make 500 million new friends without making a few enemies.
Three elements of this film make it entertaining to watch. First it is very well written. Aaron Sorkin, who was the writer and creator of the West Wing, wrote the screenplay for The Social Network, based on a novel by David Fincher. Second, it is creatively directed by David Fincher, who uses the discovery sessions for the two lawsuits as the means to tell the story of the creation of Facebook. Finally, there is the outstanding performance of Jesse Eisenberg. Eisenberg is able to portray the obvious brilliance of Zuckerberg as well as the awkward, social inept side of the world's youngest billionaire.
Until next time, I will see you at the cinema.

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Mel Gibson's New Beaver Movie Poster? - Entertainment Online

Posted: 04 Nov 2010 02:55 PM PDT

The Beaver is getting closer to finally being released…overseas, that is.

A poster for the Mel Gibson flick, directed by and costarring his good friend Jodie Foster, hit the Internet this morning, but…

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It's not an official poster. In short, Summit Entertainment created it as a possibility to be used by the movie's foreign distributors, none of which have announced a release date.

The black comedy stars Gibson as a man who forms a very close friendship with a beaver hand puppet. "Hello," reads a handwritten note Gibson is holding in the poster. "This person is under the care of a prescription puppet. Please treat him as you normally would, but address yourself to the puppet."

The poster was distributed at The American Film Market trade conference currently taking place in Santa Monica.

As we've told you, The Beaver apparently recouped its $20 million budget in foreign sales that took place before Gibson's private life imploded.

Foster told us last month that the movie was done, "so now we're waiting."

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