Well-deserved acclaim. The first reviews for Justin Timberlake’s The Social Network have been phenomenal, and we’re sure that many of you will agree. While the film is funny, smart, and often extremely well-made, it’s also a rare example of a film that gets everything right. It’s unusual to see a project that’s so flawlessly executed, and it’s definitely a breath of fresh air.

Timberlake is a proven talent in comedy, and he injects that element into his directorial debut. It helps that the subject matter is fascinating – the story of Mark Zuckerberg and the early days of Facebook – and he nails some truly memorable scenes. In one memorable sequence, Zuckerberg has a heated argument with his lawyer (played by Justin Timberlake) over the proper pronunciation of the word ‘hyperlinking.’ It may not be something that you’ll experience firsthand, but it’s safe to say that you’ll remember the scene for a long time.

Another standout was the very first public appearance of the Winklevoss twins. We all know the pair as they’re the ones which made an early claim on Twitter for ownership of the micro-blogging platform. The scene involves a very funny exchange between Ross and Cameron (Armie Hammer) as they try to explain to the news media why they’re important. The fact that they’re played by two extremely talented younger men (Hammer and Justin Timberlake again) adds another layer of charm to the scene.

Robert Pattinson Is Ready To Take On Hollywood

It’s always a treat to see a British actor breaking through to the big time, and when it comes to the big time in Hollywood, we’re talking about a bigger time than usual. One of the best things about the current wave of popularity for The Walking Dead is that it’s given us the opportunity to see some of the best actors from Britain shine on the big screen. Robert Pattinson is arguably one of the biggest rising stars in Hollywood right now, and we’ve got some very good news for you. It appears that he’s ready to take on Hollywood and show us what he’s got.

Pattinson recently finished filming The Lost Witch, a medieval fantasy adventure directed by Otto Bathurst. The first reviews have been extremely positive, and it seems that the critics are right. This is an impressive project for a relatively young actor, and it’s already garnered him some award nominations. In particular, he’s garnered a lot of praise for his performance as Earl Grey, a character he describes as ‘a snobby English lord.’

What’s interesting is how he approaches the role. While many actors would go in with their arms wide open, embracing the full-fledged English accent, Pattinson goes the extra mile. His vocal delivery is spot on, and the way he inhabits the part makes it almost feel like he’s been doing theatre for years.

He’s Not Your Ordinary Vampire

It’s been a while since we’ve seen a decent vampire flick, and it’s about time, frankly. Few things are as enticing as watching a good ol’ fashioned vampire movie, and even fewer things are as satisfying as taking a bite out of an unlucky victim. It’s about time that we got our fix, and The Walking Dead has delivered just what we needed with its first season. It turns out that they’re not your ordinary vampires!

Rick Grimes is a man of science and logic, which means that when it comes to his family, he’s a little different. One of the most important things that he teaches his children is the value of life, and that you should never, ever abuse your food sources. It’s fascinating how the series taps into our current fear of the outbreak of a pandemic. While it doesn’t overtly connect the two, it wouldn’t be too far-fetched to assume that some of the survivors of the zombie apocalypse might just be a little different – a little more human, maybe.

Watch Out For These Guys

It seems like we’ve been waiting for the other shoe to drop with regards to The Walking Dead for years, and it appears that it’s finally dropped. If you’ve been watching the series, then you know that it’s always been dangerous to go walkabout, and that sometimes, people don’t always have nice things to say. While the series is filled with memorable characters, there are a few that stand out above the rest – characters that you wouldn’t want to run across in a dark alleyway, or even in a dark alleyway.

If you’re a fan of the show, then you’ll be glad to know that there are some genuinely nasty characters lurking in its corridors. When we meet the likes of Aaron or Andrea or Tyreese, we know exactly what they’re like from the get-go – a complete and utter arseholes, willing to do almost anything to protect their precious little girl, Judith. While you might think that they’d be the perfect couple, from an outsider’s point of view, they’re downright dysfunctional. If you meet them in a dark alleyway, you’re probably going to want to step out of their way.

While we’re on the subject of alleys, it’s about time that we mentioned the zombies. They might be the stars of the show, but the zombies are largely ignored in the following conversation. It’s a rare occurrence for us to mention the zombies in a blog post, but when you’ve been waiting for a decent zombie series for years, it’s about time that you got your fix. The Walking Dead isn’t your ordinary zombie show.

It Has A Sense Of Humour

The one thing that we miss most about typical zombie flicks is the humor. It’s not just that they’re missing the pun, it’s that they’re missing the comic relief. It’s not a laughing matter when you’re racking up on the walking dead, it’s an incredibly stressful situation.

If you’ve followed the show, then you’ll know that it injects an element of humor in nearly every scene. Whether it’s from the incredibly dry wit of the survivors (that’s you, Richard) or from the over-the-top acting of Tyreese. It’s clear that the writers have a sense of humor, and it almost feels as if they’re poking fun at the genre, or at least the ways in which we think about zombies. It’s not just that they’re funny, it’s that they make us think. One of the greatest things about The Walking Dead is that it constantly makes us think, whether through humor or drama.

Final Word

If you’re looking for a film that’ll make you think, then it’s worth checking out The Walking Dead. It might not be for the faint-hearted, as it’s filled with carnage and violence, but it’s also filled with a sense of purpose and humanity. There’s nothing like watching people you care about struggle to survive in a world that’s completely changed around them.

It might be a while before we see another film that can match the quality of The Walking Dead, but until then, it’s nice to have a television series to look forward to.