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Some directors are intentionally left out, because they are not my priority right now (however talented they are): Bresson, Buñuel, Chaplin, Cronenberg, Gilliam, Hitchcock, Lynch, Rivette, Ray or did not impress me enough: Scott, Spielberg, Fincher.
For personal purposes I have marked whenever the title is available in the Criterion DVD Collection.
Latest additions: #64 The Celebration #84 Close-Up
The Social Network (2010)
Definitely an over-rated movie
My guess is, 99% of the people who think that this movie is awesome, have facebook or at least no about it. My point is, if somebody with no knowledge whatsoever of Facebook went to see The Social Network, he or she would just have found it dead boring. Though I do know about Facebook, I found it dead boring. I don't understand how it could have win the Golden Globes Best movie. It's basically a pseudo-biographical movie (pseudo because it isn't even 80% accurate_100% being impossible). The acting was decent but the storyline didn't have anything special in it_except of course if you are one of those Facebook-addict and find it interesting to understand where did this phenomenon came from. Cinematrographically, this movie deserve a 1/10. David Fincher definitely didn't show any of his filming talent in this one. What a shame. Take my advice, don't go see The Social Network unless you want to spend 2hours seeing Harvard guys talking about Final Clubs......