We rented The Social Network last night. It was an entertaining movie. It tells a sensationalistic version of the founding of Facebook and the rise of Mark Zuckerberg to the status as world's youngest billionaire. Jesse Eisenberg plays Zuckerberg, a socially awkward computer programming savant trying to make a name for himself at Harvard. The story revolves around depositions for two lawsuits against him - using the testimony as flashback to relive events during the early years of the website's development.
It's rated PG-13 and there's some scantily clad women at various points along with some mild drug use. Not a ton of profanity.
I'd describe this as a sort of derivative update on Citizen Kane (complete with his own Rosebud) - the story of a powerful man who would stop at nothing to succeed.
There's some decent acting performances, but the highlight is the script by Aaron Sorkin (The West Wing). He's the best writer of dialogue alive today.