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Fincher's "The Social Network"

David Prior

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#21 of 23 OFFLINE   Writer-dad

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Posted January 18 2011 - 02:47 AM

David, the supplementary features on this Blu-ray are nearly as compelling as the movie itself.  I especially enjoyed the Ruby Skye multi-angle comparison, which really illuminated the many factors that made that pivotal scene work so well.  Bravo!



#22 of 23 OFFLINE   David Prior

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Posted January 23 2011 - 07:09 PM



Originally Posted by Writer-dad 

David, the supplementary features on this Blu-ray are nearly as compelling as the movie itself.  I especially enjoyed the Ruby Skye multi-angle comparison, which really illuminated the many factors that made that pivotal scene work so well.  Bravo!



Thank you, kind sir.  So pleased you enjoyed it!



#23 of 23 OFFLINE   TravisR

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Posted February 10 2011 - 02:40 PM

I just finished going through the features and they're, as always, really top notch. It's great to hear insightful comments about a current movie rather than the more usual EPK-soundbites that people seem to routinely give when they're in the midst of the release of a movie.


Fincher's movies are going to age like fine wines and in 20 or 30 or 50 years, I think all these docs are going to remembered as really amazing looks at the way that a great director made movies. Imagine if during their peaks, guys like Orson Welles or Francis Ford Coppola or Martin Scorsese had documented their work as well.


And am I correct in assuming that the note that Zuckerberg got in school originally said "cocksucker" before it was changed?