On the weekend I got my computers at home fixed by a dear friend of mine (thanks heaps Duncan). Thats right, I may be a GND (Geek,Nerd, Dork) but I do not know enough about recent hardware, so I leave it to professionals for that. I stick to the things I am good at. Anyways, after Duncy and I after re-installing and building my Win7-64bit machine we sat down and watched The Social Network, as we both missed seeing it at the cinema. To be honest, even for a geek like me, I found the movie quite boring and lame. The guy who played Mark Zukerberg (creator/founder of Facebook) was quite pretentious and egotistical to say the least. Not sure what he is like in real life but I doubt anyone would be “that” rude. Sure, he may be a “prodigy” when it came to code development and systems programming etc, but the man is still a human. I would rate the movie 3/5 stars, the cinematography was meh, the audio levels jumped around, the story was not engaging enough, the actors were not 100% believable. So, yeah, if you want to waste 1.5hrs of your time, go for it. Came across a parody trailer of it today, called Twitter The Movie, that was quite funny. Although not a Hollywood blockbuster and doubt it would get any further than what stage it is now, but it is definitely worthwhile viewing and most nerdy people (like me) would find it funny.