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  • StarFlower
    +5

    I'm surprised the writer ever saw Zuckerberg as an underdog in the movie. The movie portrays Zuckerberg (rightly or wrongly; I don't know) as an arrogant jerk, and paints the Winkelvoss twins in a much better light. When I watched it, I was really glad I wasn't on Facebook, and I was glad I never worked for Facebook. If anything in there was true, I didn't want anything to do with Facebook.

    I'm not saying the movie was portraying people accurately or not, I have no way of knowing, but I was surprised that the writer saw Zuckerberg in even a mildly positive light in that movie when watching it the first time.

    • AdelleChattre
      +7

      For so many, the fact he's one of the richest people in the world is what makes him a hero. You see this all the time. To this day, people act like Bill Gates is some kind of philanthropist, instead of a billionaire that's gone long on Monsanto and Cargill.

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