The Social Network is arguably one of the greatest movies of the last 10 years, a near-miraculous triumph for director David Fincher, writer Aaron Sorkin, and an exceptional ensemble cast.
That it didn't win both Best Picture and Best Director Oscars is sure to be one of the Academy's great shames moving forward - no offense to the very good The King's Speech - though that has done little to diminish its enduring legacy as a masterpiece.
Yet no matter how many times you've soaked in Fincher's deeply absorbing depiction of the creation of Facebook, it's such a detail-dense film that there's a ton of subtleties, Easter eggs, gags, and even the occasional mistake you won't have picked up on.
These fantastic, easily missed details only deepen the movie's monumental level of filmmaking craft, and yes, even the mistakes are fascinating in their own way.
As so many tech-centric films begin to show their age within just a few years, The Social Network's engrossing human focus and continued societal relevance make it a movie sure to stand the test of time as the decades pass...
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