I think the makers of the film called the ‘Saw’ films by that name just so people could have the following conversation:
A: Did you see Saw?
B: Yeah, I saw Saw.
A: Did you see Saw 2?
B: I saw Saw 2 too.
A: Did you see Saw 3?
B: No, but I saw Saw 4.
A: What did you see Saw 4 before you saw Saw 3 for? ❧ Continue reading
The social world online, I believe, is divided into three categories: Facebook fanatics (who live half their lives on Facebook,) Facebook users (who know their limits,) and Facebook ignorant (Facebook? What is that?)
I watched The Social Network seven months after it was released (I got my hands on it only in May!) and thought the film was interesting and well-laid. The screenplay was Oscar-worthy but most of the story was made up–except Zuckerberg’s wardrobe which, he said himself, the film had portrayed correctly every single time. But the point in a film is that it has to entertain and The Social Network did its job well. Continue reading