The Social Network clip – Rain

On afall night in 2003, Harvard undergrad and computer programming genius Mark Zuckerberg sits down at his computer and heatedly begins working on a new idea. In a fury of blogging and programming, what begins in his dorm room soon becomes a global social network and a revolution in communication. A mere six years and 500 million friends later, Mark Zuckerberg is the youngest billionaire in history… but for this entrepreneur, success leads to both personal and legal complications. From director David Fincher and screenwriter Aaron Sorkin comes The Social Network, a film that proves you don’t get to 500 million friends without making a few enemies. The film is produced by Scott Rudin, Dana Brunetti, Michael De Luca, and Ceán Chaffin and based on the book “The Accidental Billionaires” by Ben Mezrich.
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  1. danobanano95 says:


  2. Phillo127 says:

    Nerd Pwn!!!!

  3. nathanrussell88 says:

    @elle3910 yes he is a genius, yet he isnt the one who wrote this epic scene. that would be aaron sorkin .

  4. modest112 says:

    Truly one of the best scenes in the movie!…

  5. verdanteyesighttv says:


  6. bloopiggy888 says:

    I love this movie so much.

  7. elle3910 says:

    This is a really good part of this movie.The director is genius.

  8. TheLBJNumba1 says:


  9. majoodah says:

    I memorised this clip off by heart.

  10. ririckyrickyracoon03 says:

    Lawyers response: Whuuuuuh??! (Tim Allen grunt from Home Improvement)t

  11. love2lols says:

    So witty, not even fair!

  12. JTinsley93 says:

    @D3mi4n I don’t know if he actually isn’t a computer programmer but he is one in the movie. You don’t listen close enough.

  13. sworde1 says:

    well excuuuuuuuuuuuuse me!!

  14. FireStormBaller says:

    @spike2012 the 4th is the old lawyer that got owned.

  15. D3mi4n says:

    He was NOT a computer programming genuis, not even in the movie.

    He was a business genius and/or very lucky.

  16. nanapants814 says:

    this has become one of my favorite movies. the acting and story of how everything started are equally incredible. i could watch this movie at least a few times a week and not get sick of it for quite some time.

  17. wyrrox says:

    Wow, he really nailed them. Genius! 😀

  18. r4hul101 says:

    I love the way he just says “no” off the cuff. Its almost like he puts himself above the question in turn.

  19. Epodmusic17 says:

    @soxnation3419 I dont know… I’m sure there’s someone who talks like that in this world. And even though Mark doesnt appear to talk like that in real life he DID approve of the movie and stuff so it has to have SOME merit of truth to it. I do like this scene because of how he dissed the twins and their friend. Thats why I think this scene is Epic. Not trying to join the argument. Just adding my opinion and hoping to have a peaceful resolution to it. And the way you say because is awesome.

  20. hagen552 says:

    I effing love this movie, that is all.

  21. pankaj29787 says:

    Did i adequately answer your condescending question???

  22. littlepanda45 says:

    @Nareps03 he didn’t break the fourth wall. he wasn’t staring at the audience, he wasn’t even looking at the camera. he was facing the camera and speaking to the lawyer.

  23. sparrow2202 says:

    @soxnation3419 i agree with you… everybody is like “mark is sooo cool” “this is epic”. this scene is far from being the best scene of the movie. in fact, it is pretty lame because everybody shuts up at the end whereas mark was trapped by the lawyer’s question…this is stupid….the lawyer had him but after mark’s response he change the subject

  24. lostmyhead says:

    @spike2012 lmao

  25. CBOMB219 says:

    and the lawyer

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