The Social Network - 2010
Listen to the trailer and follow the text below!
Mark Zucherberg: I need to do something substantial in order to get the attention of the clubs.
Erica Albright: Why?
Mark Zucherberg: Because they're exclusive. And fun. And they lead to a better life.
Mark Zucherberg: People want to go on the Internet and check out their friends, so why not build a website that offers that? Friends, pictures, profiles. I'm talking about taking the entire social experience of college and putting it online.
Marylin Delpy: The site got twenty-two hundred hits within two hours?
Mark Zucherberg: Thousand. Twenty-two thousand.
Tyler Winklevoss: This idea is potentially worth millions of dollars.
Larry Summers: Millions?
Divya Narendra: They stole our website.
Eduardo Saverin: They're saying we stole TheFacebook.
Mark Zucherberg: I know what it says.
Eduardo Saverin: So did we?
Sean Parker: A million dollars isn't cool. You know what's cool? A billion dollars.
Zucherberg: You’re going to get left behind, it’s
moving faster than any of us ever imagined.
Eduardo Saverin: What do you mean - get left behind?
Tyler Winklevoss: Sue him in federal court!
Divya Narendra: I can't wait to stand over your shoulder and watch you write us a check.
Mark Zucherberg: If you guys were the inventors of Facebook, you'd have invented Facebook.
Eduardo Saverin: Is there anything that you need to tell me?
Mark Zucherberg: Your actions could have permanently destroyed everything I've been working on.
Eduardo Saverin: WE have been working on.
Mark Zucherberg: Do you like being a joke? Do you want to go back to that?
Eduardo Saverin: Mark!
Sean Parker: This is our time!
Ad Board Chairwoman: You are being accused of intentionally breaching security, violating copyrights, violating individual privacy.
Gage: Your best friend is suing you for six-hundred million dollars.
Mark Zucherberg: As for the charges, I believe I deserve some recognition from this board.
Ad Board Chairwoman: I'm sorry?
Mark Zucherberg: Yes?
Ad Board Chairwoman: I don't understand.
Mark Zucherberg: Which part?
substantial: of large importance or large quantity
exclusive (club): a club that admits only a small carefully selected group of members
potentially: something that is not yet true, but possibly will be
billion: 1000 million
federal court: the court of the government of a country
inventors: a person who invents (creates for the first time) something, a machine, an idea, etc
permanently: something that lasts forever
intentionally: something that is done on purpose; something that is meant to be done
violating: to break a rule; to break the law
recognition: the acknowledgement of a success or an achievement
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