The Social Network is a look at the creation, rise, and legal woes of Mark Zuckerberg and his Facebook in a rare biopic in which its subject is not only still alive, but flourishing. Facebook is currently worth 25 billion dollars and growing and the story to how it came to be is quite remarkable actually. From the opening frames of the film we are prepared for the personality of Mark Zuckerberg.; he is smart, sharp, quick, and kind of an asshole. And that might lose some people along the way, rooting for a guy who shows his brilliance and is deserving of his success but he is fully aware of all it and not afraid to rub it in people’s faces. Personally, I love this version of Mark Zuckerberg that Aaron Sorkin, Fincher, and Jesse Eisenberg have created. He is every adjective I have used above to describe him and quite funny to boot. Eisenberg shines particularly bright in the deposition scenes inter-cut throughout the film as he sits idly by, nodding in agreement, before unleashing a whirlwind of hostility that dissipates as quick as it arises.