UconnBuckeye wrote:Boston, whats the word on the new Wall Street movie?
Bottom Line: A mesmerizing, bewildering and infuriating protagonist makes this movie about Facebook's creation a must-see.
Boston wrote:The Social Network -- Film Review
http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/hr/fil ... 5722.storyBottom Line: A mesmerizing, bewildering and infuriating protagonist makes this movie about Facebook's creation a must-see.
Hollywood has produced no shortage of movies and TV shows about the mob, but this one's coming straight from the most high-profile source imaginable: John "Junior" Gotti has sold the rights to his life story.
The 46-year-old son of the late, legendary Gambino crime family leader, "Dapper Don" John Gotti, has agreed to a deal with the independent production company Fiore Films. Financial details weren't made available because of a signed nondisclosure agreement, but a film about Gotti's life is in the works with a production budget of $15 million.
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In Internet wunderkind Mark Zuckerberg, TV wunderkind Aaron Sorkin may have found his perfect subject: the wunderkind genius jerk. But is The Social Network the scathing portrait of Zuckerberg that Facebook fears? Youâ€™ll be arguing about that for weeks.
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