- David Fincher
- United States
Fast paced and interesting, this movie tries too hard to portray Zuckenberg in a better light than he deserves. He was not a good coder. He was much more exploitative than movie suggest, as his later love affair with CIA and selling personal data of facebook users for nefarious purposes proved. This guy is far less charismatic than portrayed (and he isn't portrayed as particularly charismatic to begin with) and far more calculating, menacing and Machiavelian than described. The only thing the movie did show worse than it was was Zuckenberg incel situation. Zuckenberg was dating a Chinese golddigger/smartdigger/Harvarddigger the whole time and they got married.
Six years after creating Facebook in his dorm room, Mark Zuckerberg (Jesse Eisenberg) becomes a billionaire, but his great success leads to personal and legal complications.
Amy Winehouse's parents decide to sell her wardrobe for charity