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My movie barometer for a terrible movie is this: how much would someone have to pay me to see it again?

There are films that I would not see again for $50. Not even if you threw in popcorn and Milk Duds.

My barometer for a great movie is will I shell out money to see it again in a theatre? The answer is yes for The Social Network. I saw this film for the second time last night and it was every bit as enjoyable as the first go ’round.

Now get a load of this: I’m seriously thinking about a third viewing.

This movie is far and away the best movie of the year. The kind of movie you’ll want to spread the good word about on Facebook. If there is any taste in Hollywood, it should attract Academy Awards nominations like a wool suit collects dog hairs.

Sorkin’s script, Fincher’s direction, Eisenberg, Garfield, Hammer(s), Timberlake– all the acting, the music, editing, cinematography, everything in this film is perfect. It’s wonderful to see an adult movie without car chases, huge special effects, convoluted characters or a plastic soul. It is the rarest of wonders.

This is straight ahead a good story very well told and executed.

See it, at least once in the theatre.