Jesse Eisenberg as Mark Zuckerberg: Mark Zuckerberg is the man who created Facebook, regarded as probably the most successful social networking sites out there.
Andrew Garfield as Eduardo Saverin: Eduardo Saverin was friend of Mark Zuckerberg and one of the co-founders of Facebook
Justin Timberlake as Sean Parker; A smart man that saw the potential in Facebook and started working with mark zuckerberg
Armie Hammer: as Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss: He portrayed the identical twins Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss that originally wanted to work with Mark zuckerberg but they filed a lawsuit against Facebook alleging that Mark Zuckerberg had broken an oral contract with them
Max Minghella as Divya Narendra: one of the Harvard upperclassmen who sues Mark Zuckerberg for stealing the idea behind Facebook
Brenda Song as Christy Lee; (the crazy girlfriend of Eduardo)
Rashida Jones as Marylin Delpy; ( a second-year legal associate assisting with the defense of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.)
David Selby as Gage; (the attorney representing the Winklevoss brothers)
Rooney Mara as Erica Albright; she played Erica Albright who breaks up with Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook who created the social networking website.
Joseph Mazzello as Dustin Moskovitz; one of the co-founders of Facebook
Director: David Fincher
Mark Zuckerberg is an undergraduate student in Harvard University. He’s a gifted students who loves computer programming. On a fall night in 2003, he had an argument with his girlfriend, Erica Albright, and they broke up, so he decided to blog his angry feelings about his girlfriend . at the same time Sitting at his computer he began working on a...
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...in life. Depending where a person is in life; age, gender, family background, job and point of view in life all play in how a person will see the movie’s interpretation and message.All of the actors did a splendid job on moving the audience’s emotions throughout the movie. It had comedy that hits on all the right notes. The talk about technology were not boring even for those people who have no clue about how technology works. However it had some dialogues where the average person won 't understand, but they did that to portray a smart character. The adaptation was really amazing. it some what stayed to the trues to real Mark zuckerberg, all thought it mostly is not. it had to add some characters and events to make entertaining.Overall it was a marvelous movie I loved it, would watch it over and over again. these are my opinions mixed with facts.
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