And I’ll bet what you hated the most, is that they identified me as a co-founder of Facebook, which I am. You better lawyer up, asshole, because I’m not coming back for thirty percent. I’m coming back for everything.
ANDREW GARFIELD as EDUARDO SAVERIN in THE SOCIAL NETWORK (2010)
deleting all dating apps so i can find love the old fashioned way (we meet at a party and you take me to another, we become best friends, you ask me for a thousand dollars for your startup and make me your cofounder, you move to the other side of the country without me, i need your attention and freeze our bank account, you dilute my shares to .03%, i sue you for 600 million dollars and make you talk about us and you pay me more to than that to never talk about you. we never meet again)
"Ten years in, The Social Network has held up infinitely better than the internet idealism running through so much of the criticism that was aimed at the film at the time... The film didn’t predict the role Facebook would play as a vector for misinformation and political manipulation and an incubator of conspiracy theories and extremist groups. It couldn’t foresee the degree to which the company would shape modern global life while attempting to avoid having to take any ownership over the unwanted consequences. What it did understand is that the desire to disrupt the establishment isn’t the same thing as the drive to build something better in its place."
THE SOCIAL NETWORK dir. David Fincher
Ten year anniversary — Oct. 1, 2010
￼ The Social Network (2010) dir. by David Fincher// Motion Sickness by Phoebe Bridgers// Succession: Season 1, Episode 8 - “Prague”//I Was Caroline Calloway by Natalie Beach// Thoroughbreds (2017) dir. by Cory Finley// Jennifer’s Body (2009) dir. by Karyn Kusama// Pennywise’s Suicidal Tendencies: A Talk with “It: Chapter Two” Star Bill Skarsgard and Director Andy Muschietti// Little Women (2019) dir. by Greta Gerwig