10 Movies That Defined Their Generations

Moviefone: Is 'The Social Network,' the new film about the creation of Facebook, the kind of movie that defines a generation?

It's already being talked about that way. Though Cinematical gives reasons why not, as scripted by 'West Wing' creator Aaron Sorkin and directed by 'Fight Club's' David Fincher, 'The Social Network' does seem to grasp the social revolution still being wrought by the Internet -- the sense of being connected and alone at the same time, the voluntary relinquishing of any sphere of personal privacy, the ability to sculpt and mold a constantly evolving public identity and the notion of cyberspace as a cool college party that everyone wants to attend.

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sdtarm2216d ago

Forrest Gump gotta be the best Movie Eva!

and The part with the Lynyrd Skynyrd song is nuts! I like it :D

TheColbertinator2216d ago

I thought National Lampoon was a generation anthem movie as well

-Mezzo-2216d ago

Forest Gump is an all time classic & my all time favorite, i have watched it so many times that i can;t even remember.

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