by HFPA October 2, 2010

Without doubt, David Fincher's "The Social Network" is one of the best reviewed films of the year. This despite the fact that insiders to the story of the creation of the world's number one social network, Facebook, have openly complained about the creative license taken by the filmmakers.

True or not, many employees at the headquarters of Palo Alto-based Facebook didn't waste a minute to watch the film as soon as it opened this Friday.

Reached by phone on Saturday, five employees who attended the screenings unanimously agreed the Mark Zuckerman, portrayed in the film by Jesse Eisenberg, did not resemble their employer.

Four out of five employees did agree Jesse looked better and "The Social Network" was a good film.

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