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Social Network, The Script

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   (7.57 out of 10)

Writers
  Aaron Sorkin

Genres
  Drama

Script Date : May 2009
Movie Release Date : October 2010
Submitted by: XXyTurtle

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User Comments for Social Network, The

Jake Riding (1 out of 10 )
Long, boring, pretentious and inaccurate, I love David Fincher's work, but Aaron Sorkin thinks way too highly of himself.


Kenny Du (8 out of 10 )
I've been seeking for it for almost 4 years. Damn happy I got it.


Adam McKee (10 out of 10 )
This is my favourite screenplay ever. I know it is probably not the best but it is one of the first screenplays that ever really stood out to me. It is so excellently written and between this and Moneyball, Aaron Sorkin has put himself on the market.


Joe Zarobinski (10 out of 10 )
One of the most brilliantly written screenplays in the last ten years. Sorkin is extraordinary.


3TH (9 out of 10 )
How many typos are there? Mark was talking, suddenly this Mary or Marl pops out of nowhere. Fancy script though.


Aidan Callari (10 out of 10 )
Aaron Sorkin is one of the best screenwriters of our time. This is some of his best work. It stands out so much to me, because the subject matter is not very interesting, but he manages to make it enticing. Fantastic screenplay.


Q (5 out of 10 )
This is a good movie but the formatting for this script was terrible. Mark's name is constantly misspelled, symbols like apostrophes are corrupted, and it was overall annoying to read. Again, this is a criticism of the script itsself, the story is fine. Is this for copyright reasons?


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