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EC teamed up with gofobo to give out 700 passes for the screening. All I had to do was send an email that was provided in the FB event and in return receive a RSVP code to print my own pass. Every time there is a free screening they make sure to overbook to ensure a full house so only the first 300 people are able to watch.
This time EC was much more organized than last May when I watched Easy A and handed out numbers smartly written on the back of their flyer for the Best Coast concert at the end of Oct- way more efficient than constantly counting heads & it deterred line cutters.
Line starting around the corner
Me & Priya
The movie was entertaining but I wouldn’t go out and drop $9 to see it in theaters. I would have rather watched a documentary on the rise of Facebook rather than a glamorized fictional depiction laced with drugs and lace undergarments. The filmmakers portray Mark Zuckerberg’s motives as selfish when in reality the real MZ is constantly thinking of ways to use the power of FB for the social good. Since it is based on the book The Accidental Billionaires whose main source of information was the company’s co-founder Eduardo Severin – the audience is most inclined to sympathize with his character in the movie as the victim in the lawsuit battle. I’m interested in reading The Facebook Effect for the other side of the story.
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