This weekend we’ll discover if people really care about Facebook as much as the numbers say they do. David Fincher’s latest feature, The Social Network will hit theaters and tackle the controversial behind the scenes story of the website’s creation. It stars Jesse Eisenberg as Mark Zuckerberg, Andrew Garfield and his best friend and CFO Eduardo Severin and Justin Timberlake as Sean Parker the founder of Napster and Facebook’s president. Check out what other films will be going against the contemporary drama this week…
- The Social Network | SceenCrave Review | Reviews | Interviews: Aaron Sorkin, and Justin Timberlake, and Jesse Eisenberg
- Let Me In | ScreenCrave Review | Reviews | Interviews: Director Matt Reeves
- Freakonomics [Limited]| Reviews
- Hatchet II | Reviews
- Case 39 | Reviews
- Barry Munday [Limited] | Reviews
- Chain Letter [Limited] | Reviews
To combat The Social Network’s takeover, Matt Reeves’ adaptation of the novel Let Me In is also hitting theaters. It stars Kodi Smit-McPhee and Chloe Moretz as a lonely boy and his overprotective friend who happens to be a vampire. There’s also the thriller Case 39 about a young girl who brings trouble into the life of a social worker (Renee Zellweger), a cop (Ian McShane), and a psychologist (Bradley Cooper). And by trouble, we mean supernatural trouble.
The Social Network
Let Me In
What movie will you be seeing this weekend?