Even before its well-deserved win for Best Motion Picture -- Drama at the 2011 Golden Globes, 'The Social Network' was being hailed as the "movie that defines our generation."

As loose a compliment as that seems, the movie -- about the creation of the revolutionary social media device Facebook -- was indicative of a brighter, younger, more ambitious generation ambling to create something lasting in cyberspace. The movie certainly resonates.
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