DVD Title: "The Social Network" (Two-Disc Collector's Edition)

PROFILE
Title The Social Network
Description David Fincher's The Social Network is the stunning tale of a new breed of cultural insurgent: a punk genius who sparked a revolution and changed the face of human interaction for a generation, and perhaps forever. Shot through with emotional brutality and unexpected humor, this superbly crafted film chronicles the formation of Facebook and the battles over ownership that followed upon the website's unfathomable success. With a complex, incisive screenplay by Aaron Sorkin and a brilliant cast including Jesse Eisenberg, Andrew Garfield and Justin Timberlake, The Social Network bears witness to the birth of an idea that rewove the fabric of society even as it unraveled the friendship of its creators.




GET CONNECTED WITH OVER THREE HOURS OF IN-DEPTH SPECIAL FEATURES

DISC 1
▶ Audio Commentary with David Fincher
▶ Audio Commentary with Aaron Sorkin & Cast

DISC 2
▶ How Did They Ever Make a Movie of Facebook? A feature-length documentary in four parts
▶ David Fincher and Jeff Cronenweth on the Visuals
▶ Angus Wall, Kirk Baxter and Ren Klyce on Post
▶ Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross and David Fincher on the Score
▶ Ruby Skye VIP Room: Multi-Angle Scene Breakdown
▶ In the Hall of the Mountain King: Reznor's First Draft
▶ Swarmatron
ISBN / Bar Code number 0 43396 36626 8
DVD Amaray Movie Credits COLUMBIA PICTURES presents in association with RELATIVITY MEDIA
a SCOTT RUDIN / MICHAEL DE LUCA / TRIGGER STREET production a DAVID FINCHER film
"THE SOCIAL NETWORK" starring JESSE EISENBERG ANDREW GARFIELD JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE ARMIE HAMMER MAX MINGHELLA
music by TRENT REZNOR & ATTICUS ROSS director of photography JEFF CRONENWORTH, a.s.c.
executive producer KEVIN SPACEY based upon the book "the accidental billionaires" by BEN MEZRICH screenplay by AARON SORKIN
produced by SCOTT RUDIN DANA BRUNETTI MICHAEL DE LUCA CEÁN CHAFFIN directed by DAVID FINCHER
Video Format 2.40:1 (16:9) / Widescreen
Audio Format Dolby Digital
Disc Count Two (2)
Language(s) English, French (Doublé Au Québec) 5.1 Dolby Digital, English - Audio Description Track Dolby Surround
Genre Drama
Subtitles English, English SDH, French, Spanish
Rated PG-13 | PARENTS STRONGLY CAUTIONED

Sexual Content, Drug and Alcohol Use and Language

Special Features are not rated and may not be subtitled.
Region Region 1 - NTSC
Specification Color
Features [DISC ONE] play movie, languages (AUDIO: english, english audio descriptive service, french; SUBTITLES: english, english sdh, french, spanish, subtitles off), scene selections, special features (audio commentary with director david fincher, audio commentary with writer aaron sorkin & the cast). {DISC TWO} [how did they ever make a movie of facebook?] play all, commencement, boston, los angeles, the lot. [additional special features] jeff cronenweth and david fincher on the visuals, angus wall kirk baxter and ren klyce on post, trent reznor atticus ross and david fincher on the score, in the hall of the mountain king: music exploration, swarmatron, ruby skye vip room: multi-angle scene breakdown
Production Scott Rudin / Michael De Luca / Trigger Street Production. A David Fincher Film
Company Columbia Pictures / Relativity Media
Item / Product Number 36626LIT
Closed Captioning Yes
Original Movie Release September 24, 2010 (New York Film Festival)
October 1, 2010 (US)
DVD Release January 11, 2011
Run Time Approx. 120 minutes.

DISC ONE THE FILM: Menu - 03:32, rating - :05, FBI warning - :08, ATTENTION screen - :08, Commentary disclaimer - :05, play movie - 2:00:20, scene selection menu - :02.

DISC TWO THE SUPPLEMENTS
Menu - 03:32, how did they ever make a movie of facebook? - 1:32:39, jeff cronenweth and david fincher on the visuals - 07:49, angus wall kirk baxter and ren klyce on post - 0:17:24, trent reznor atticus ross and david fincher on the score - 0:18:55, in the hall of the mountain king: music exploration: first draft music only - 02:31; first draft full mix - 02:31; final draft music only - 02:31; final draft full mix - 02:31, swarmatron - 04:29, ruby skye vip room: multi-angle scene breakdown - 03:55.

Total time of both DVDs: 4:43:07.
Copyright © 2010 Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. and Beverly Blvd LLC. All Rights Reserved. © 2013 Layout and Design Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

This product is authorized for sale or rent only in the country where originally sold (i.e. only in the US or only in Canada, respectively). Unauthorized reproduction, distribution or exhibition violates federal laws with severe penalties and violates Sony Pictures Home Entertainment's standard terms of trade.
Other Formats Blu-ray, Amazon Video
Quoted Reviews "A BRILLIANT FILM."
Frank Rich, The New York Times

"★★★★
AN AMERICAN LANDMARK.
Peter Travers, Rolling Stone

"REVOLUTIONARY.
ABSOLUTELY EMBLEMATIC
OF ITS TIME AND PLACE."
David Denby, The New Yorker

"SENSATIONAL.
A ONCE-IN-A-GENERATION MOVIE."
Stephen Holden, The New York Times

"MAMMOTH
AND EXHILARATING."
Richard Corliss, Time

"A REMARKABLE RARITY
IN CONTEMPORARY FILMMAKING."
Mark Harris, New York
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DVD Review (Posted on 04-10-2018)

How Did They Ever Make A Movie About Facebook? opening text on the Special Features DVD of The Social Network.

Mark Zuckerberg—a name known for allegedly creating a social platform ubiquitous among the digitally inclined better branded as "Facebook." This 2010 movie directed by David Fincher seemed to have had a briefly humble time during its release, given it's high praise printed on the front of the DVD amaray.

Anyone who has been using Facebook since 2005/2006 already knows its development up until today. Remember when it was strictly a platform for college students? My very first account was created back in 2007. I can't find the earliest screenshot, so this is what I have found as of now:

A screenshot of my personal Facebook account back in 2011

(Yeah, a lot has changed, and that includes myself, my friend circle and my perception of connecting with others. I jumped ship to Facebook because of how clunky MySpace got, trying to be a little more responsive via jQuery and JavaScript.)

When this movie came out, a lot of people felt that the Winklevoss Twins were just envious dudes wanting to take down the man who revolutionized friend connection. Because Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg has been in the news lately, due to their sharing of users' data and information to Cambridge Analytica, it was appropriate to watch and review this movie.

Whether you watched this or read the actual story behind the development of Facebook, there isn't anything new that hasn't been said already about this multi-billion dollar platform. However, given its rumors surfacing about personal data and information being privately sold to advertisers, possibly explaining why you see ads on places you've recently visited, items you've browsed/purchased from online stores, it all makes you wonder: Where are our information being kept? Who manages this information and what do they actually do with it? (For starters, try reading "The Numerati" by Stephen Baker, which The Seeds of Books reviewed.)

Hoping everyone watches this movie again, it should remind us who Zuckerberg really is and how he kicked some people to the curb. Triggered from a heated argument, eventually breaking up, with his girlfriend Erica at the time, it's tough to say that someone like Mark is a guy not many would want to be friends with. "Punk genius?" More like one of those geeks whose intelligence is so great, his ego protects him from getting beaten up by brainless jocks who think computers are devices to use social media on. In other words, I'd call Zuckerberg a "brilliant schmuck"—hacking and developing his website ideas using a Sony VAIO laptop.

As someone who, at one point, wanted to pursue information technology, you may have heard Zuckerberg say this in the movie:

"....so it's definitely necessary to break out Emacs and modify that Perl script."
— Mark Zuckerberg

Emacs is a free CMS—content management software, known as a "text editor"—software where many software/web developers use to write their code. It rivals its other text editor branded vi/vim, which is also popular among programmers. (There are online forums and YouTube videos where folks constantly debate which is the "best" editor out of the two.) How do I know this? I was a self-taught programmer back in 2009, and since many viewers aren't aware of the terminology, I'd thought I'd mention here.

Perl is a programming language, sometimes critiqued as "spaghetti" code, but also praised as very portable, secure and often the go-to when implementing system security. Zuckerberg not only exploited the loopholes and gaps in the database systems of many colleges, but he was able to break in with little effort snatching pictures to use for his social platform called "FaceMash." Interesting because Facebook uses the PHP programming language, as opposed to Perl, but its security is so strong, it's said to be up there with NATO's highly secure websites (Hacktivist group Anonymous were able to break into NATO's system at one point back in 2011, so in Facebook's case....).

"You're not an asshole, Mark. You're just trying so hard to be."
— Marylin Delpy (Rashida Jones)

Very much, the movie may be your average college drama and situations involving business with conflicting interests, but it does become a big deal knowing how these friendships are handled when a hot idea is ripe for the taking. Granted, this was before word began to spread about users' information being sold to third-party advertisers, but remember, Zuckerberg may not be the best man to collaborate and develop business ideas with, especially if you're the Winklevoss Twins. Then again, it could go either way and the Winklevoss gentlemen could've started the project before bringing Zuckerberg in.

Mark Zuckerberg (Jesse Eisenberg) saying he's not a bad guy Mark Zuckerberg (Jesse Eisenberg) saying he's doesn't hate anyone

If you remember the platform originally being branded "TheFacebook," it was Sean, played by Justin Timberlake, who suggested in removing the prefix "the" and just call it "Facebook," because "it's cleaner." Thus came the name we know today.

At the end of the movie, Zuckerberg very much does what a lot of us have done to justify a rekindling of a connection (won't spoil that part). Nowadays, it really means something, even though it's done on the website/app. We've succumbed to that kind of interaction: just the computer and ourselves, alone in an empty room. Crazy isn't it?

DVD Scene Selection menu for the movie The Social Network

Anyone who owns the DVD may have seen the scene selection menu, shown above. Lots of movies have titles for specific scenes, but this is a first I've seen; Scenes are labeled numerically. Either adding a title may spoil the scene or they rushed this. Hard to tell, but this is something different since you don't see this as often. Oh, and no, there is no looped background music playing, allowing you to navigate through without distractions.

The movie itself is nothing short of amazing. I have nothing bad to say about anything that went on, and because this was based on a true story, at least in theory very much close to the real story, it keeps your attention throughout the entire film given how natural the actors portray the characters. Director David Fincher's philosophy is doing an excessive amount of takes until the actors sound like they're not acting. Anyone who has to complete a film project back in high school/college knows what I'm talking about. Because such an etiquette may agitate the actors on set for doing a million takes, I can see why he uses this technique. Doing so, gave this movie endless praise didn't it? Well I must say, that's A LOT of memory cards and hard drives invested to store all those takes.

The Special Features are where it's at, using organic background noises for the dialogue and insights on the actors themselves, how they feel about the story of this movie. You'll also learn the training that Armie Hammer underwent to perform the rowing scenes perfectly. Besides that, because this movie was very dialogue-driven, you'll see the many different takes, shots and why Harvard didn't care to help the production crew in terms of lighting.

Do us a favor and WATCH THIS MOVIE. Then come back and leave comments below this page, telling us what you think. Has it changed your thoughts and opinions about Mr. Zuckerberg? Have you expressed some sympathy for Facebook co-founder Eduardo? You think the Winklevoss gentlemen wished they pitched their idea a little more subtly? These are few of the basic questions to think about as the CEO of Facebook himself unveils his handling of users' data to Congress.

One last question to wrap this DVD review up: Have you kept/deleted your Facebook account today?

Mark Zuckerberg (Jesse Eisenberg) on The Social Network

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DVD Credits

Columbia Pictures presents
In association with Relativity Media
A Scott Rudin / Michael De Luca / Trigger Street Production
A David Fincher Film

The Social Network

Jesse Eisenberg

Andrew Garfield

Justin Timberlake

Armie Hammer

Max Minghella

Josh Pence

Brenda Song
Rashida Jones

John Getz
David Selby
Denise Grayson

Douglas Urbanski
Rooney Mara

Casting by
Laray Mayfield

Costume Designer
Jacqueline West

Sound Design by
Ren Klyce

Music by
Trent Reznor
& Atticus Ross

Editors
Angus Wall, A.S.C.
Kirk Baxter

Production Designer
Donald Graham Burt

Director of Photography
Jeff Cronenweth, ASC

Executive Producer
Kevin Spacey

Produced by
Scott Rudin
Dana Brunetti
Michael De Luca
Ceán Chaffin

Based Upon The Book
THE ACCIDENTAL BILLIONAIRES
by Ben Mezrich

Screenplay by
Aaron Sorkin

Directed by
David Fincher

CAST
(IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE)


Mark Zuckerberg    Jesse Eisenberg
Erica Albright    Rooney Mara
Billy Olson    Bryan Barter
Phoenix Club President    Dustin Fitzsimons
Dustin Moskovitz    Joseph Mazzello
Chris Hughes    Patrick Mapel
Eduardo Saverin    Andrew Garfield
Phoenix Member Playing FaceSmash    Toby Meuli
Girl At Phoenix Club    Alecia Svensen
Students Playing FaceSmash    Jami Owen
James Dastoli
Robert Dastoli
Scotty Crowe
Jayk Gallagher
Erica's Roommate    Marcella Lentz-Hope
B.U. Guy in Bra    Trevor Wright
Mr. Cox    Barry Livingston
Mrs. Cox    Marybeth Massett
Student in Communications Office    Randy Evans
Gretchen    Denise Grayson
Sy    John Getz
Marylin Delpy    Rashida Jones
Court Reporter    Carrie Armstrong
Henry    Henry Roosevelt
Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss    Armie Hammer
Tyler Winklevoss    Josh Pence
Divya Narendra    Max Minghella
Gage    David Selby
Ad Board Chairwoman    Pamela Roylance
CS Lab Professor    Brian Palermo
Phoenix Club Hazer    Brett Leigh
Phoenix Club Pledge    Chris Gouchoe
A Capella Group    Nicholas Tubbs
Kevin Chui
Richard Ferris
Burke Walton
Anh Nguyen
Dane Nightingale
Stephen Fuller
John He
KC's Friends    Nick Smoke
Cali Fredrichs
KC    Shelby Young
Speaker/Bill Gates    Steve Sires
Christy    Brenda Song
Alice    Malese Jow
Stuart Singer    Victor Z. Isaac
Vikram    Abhi Sinha
Bob    Mark Saul
Reggie    Cedric Sanders
Sean Parker    Justin Timberlake
Amelia Ritter    Dakota Johnson
Larry Summers' Secretary    Nancy Linari
Larry Summers    Douglas Urbanski
Anne    Inger Tudor
Ad Executive    Aaron Sorkin
Tori    Mariah Bonner
Intern Eric    Kyle Fain
Intern Ian    Christopher Khai
Sharon    Emma Fitzpatrick
Andrew    Jeffrey Thomas Border
Victoria's Secret Model    Courtney Arndt
Beautiful Woman    Felisha Terrell
Harvard Rowers' Coxman    Zoe De Toledo
Harvard Rowers    Simon Barr
Alex Leigh
Phil Turnham
Richie Steele
Chris Friend
Tom Harvey
Hollandia Rowers' Coxman    Alex Olijnyk
Hollandia Rowers    Ray Poulter
Bob Hewitt
Dave Lambourne
James Padmore
Sebastian Kouba
Charles Herbert
Robin Dowell
Nathan Hillyer
Prince Albert    James Shanklin
Prince Albert's Aide    Alex Reznik
Howard Winklevoss    John Hayden
Mr. Kenwright    Oliver Muirhead
Stoned Girls    Sarah Shane Adler
Amy Ferguson
Bank Teller    Monique Edwards
Peter Thiel's Assistant    Cayman Grant
Peter Thiel    Wallace Langham
Maurice    Scott Lawrence
Facebook Lawyers    Peter Holden
Darin Cooper
Mackey    Jared Hillman
Ashleigh    Caitlin Gerard
Sorority Girls    Lacey Beeman
Cherilyn Rae Wilson
Fraternity Guy    Caleb Jones
Policemen    Franco Vega
Andrew Thacher








Unit Production Manager    JoAnn Perritano

First Assistant Director    Bob Wagner

Second Assistant Director    Allen Kupetsky








Associate Producer    Jim Davidson
Art Directors    Keith Cunningham
Curt Beech
Set Decorator    Victor J. Zolfo
Property Master    Tricia Gallaher Glenn
Script Supervisor    Sharron Reynolds-Enriquez

"A" Camera Operator    Peter Rosenfield
First Assistant "A" Camera    Steven Meizler
Second Assistant "A" Camera    Paul Toomey
First Assistant "B" Camera    Daniel McDonough

Costume Supervisor    Cheryl Beasley Blackwell
Key Costumers    Alison Gail Bixby
Robert Mata
Costumers    Carrie Yoko Arakaki
Jay Cheng
Naomi Gathmann

Makeup Department Head    Felicity Bowring
Key Makeup Artist    Heather Mages
Hair Department Head    Linda Flowers
Key Hair Stylist    Kelly Muldoon

Gaffer    Harold Skinner
Best Boy Electric    H. Clive Richards
Rigging Gaffer    William R. Mayberry
Best Boy Rigging Electric    Jose Ruiz

Key Grip    Jerry C. Deats
Best Boy Grip    Jeffrey A. Johnson
Dolly Grip    James Wickman
Key Rigging Grip    Michael E. Matteson
Best Boy Rigging Grip    Leonard LaRosa

Production Mixer    Mark Weingarten
Boom Operator    David Fiske Raymond
Video Assist Operator    Wayne Tidwell
Special Effects Coordinator    Steve Cremin
Special Effects Foreman    Brandon McLaughlin
Special Effects Technician    Christian F. Eubank

Location Managers    Richard A. Schuler
Stephen Mapel
Assistant Location Managers    Scott Fitzgerald
Brian Kenney
Production Coordinator    Jason Tamez
Assistant Production Coordinator    Kyle McGatlin
Production Secretary    Callie Hersheway

Production Controller    Jim Davidson
Location Accountant    Gene Strange
1st Assistant Accountant    Lucy Herrera
2nd Assistant Accountant    Kristine M. Bochum
Payroll Accountant    Irene Naydichev

Construction Coordinator    Chris Snyder
General Foreman    William Gideon
Labor Foreman    Scott Lodwig
Greens Foreman    Randy Martens
Standby Painter    Chris Samp

Set Designers    Aaron Haye
Jane Wuu
Randy Wilkins
Theodore Sharps
Illustrators    Joanna Bush
Art Department Coordinator    Cindy M. Ichikawa
Art Department Researcher    Lindsey Gary
Storyboard Artist    Richard Bennett
Assistant Set Decorator    Missy Parker
Leadman    Freddy Waff
On-Set Dresser    Bart Hubenthal
Assistant Property Masters    Monica Castro
James Stubblefield

Still Photographer    Merrick Morton
2nd Second Assistant Director    Maileen Williams

Assistant to Mr. Fincher    Andrea McKee
Executive Assistant to Mr. Rudin    David Kennedy
Assistants to Mr. Rudin    Allie Moore
Nick Zayas
Assistant to Ms. Chaffin    Candice Ingram Taylor
Assistant to Mr. De Luca    Kristen Detwiler
Assistant to Mr. Brunetti    Andrew McCallie
Assistant to Mr. Sorkin    Lauren Lohman
Production Assistants    Sara Akhteh • Genelle Ciccarelli
Jason Clark • Giovanni Cotto-Ortiz
Jeremy Gilbreath • Lynn Hamilton
Jon Harris • Jordan Hawkes
Jeff Overfield • Bob Riley

Casting Associate    Michelle Fitzsimmons
Extras Casting    Alessi/Berona Casting

Catering    For Stars Catering
Craft Service    Meti Kusari

Rowing Technical Advisors    Dan Boyne
Dawn Regan
Researcher    Ian Reichbach


Transportation Captain    Michael Antunez
Transportation Co-Captain    Mark Brown




BOSTON UNIT




Art Director    Carl Sprague
Costume Supervisor    Virginia B. Johnson
Rigging Gaffer    Scott D. Davis

Location Manager    William Doyle
Production Office Coordinator    Damiana Kamishin

Construction Coordinator    Kurt L. Smith
Leadman    Cameron Matheson

Boston Casting    Meagan Lewis

2nd Unit Director    Noble Jones
2nd Unit Marine Coordinator    J. Wilfrid White


Baltimore Production Supervisor    Marc A. Hammer
Baltimore Location Manager    Charles Armstrong




UK/Henley Unit




Production Services by    Gorgeous Enterprises
Line Producer    Rupert Smythe
Production Manager    Judy Vermeulen
Second Assistant Director    Matthew Carver

Art Director    Robyn Paiba

Director of Photography    Ian Foster
First Assistant Camera    John Foster
Second Assistant Camera    Gavin MacArthur

Costume Supervisor    Sharon Long
Hair and Makeup    Lizzie Yianni Georgiou

Key Grips    Michael Coo
John Flemming

Aerial DOP    Jeremy Braben
Film Pilot    Michael Jupp

Location Managers    Jonah Coombes
Ben Gladstone
Production Coordinator    Tim Belcher

Rowing Coach    Edward Bainbridge
Marine Coordinator    Dave Shaw




Post Production




Assistant Editors    Tyler Nelson
Alex Olivares

Post Production Supervisor    Carey Len Smith
Post Production Coordinator    Adam Cole

Post Sound Services by    Skywalker Sound
A Lucasfilm Ltd. Company
Marin County, California

Re-Recording Mixers    David Parker
Michael Semanick

Supervising Sound Editor/Re-Recording Mixer    Ren Klyce
Dialogue Editor    Malcolm Fife
ADR Editor    Richard Quinn
Sound Effects Editors    E. Larry Oatfield
David C. Hughes
Foley Supervisor    Thom Brennan
Assistant Supervising Sound Editor    Jeremy Molod
Assistant Sound Effects Editor    Coya Elliot
Assistant Re-Recording Mixer    Nathan Nance
Foley Artists    John Roesch
Alyson Dee Moore
Foley Mixer    Mary Jo Lange
ADR Mixer    Doc Kane
ADR Recordist    Jeannette Browning Hernandez
Loop Group    The Loop Squad

Music Editors    Johnathon Stevens
Marie Ebbing
Music Consultant    Paul Luther Jackson

Main Titles by    Neil Kellerhouse
End Titles by    Scarlet Letters
Digital Intermediate by    Light Iron Digital, Inc.
Digital Intermediate Colorist    Ian Vertovec
Digital Intermediate Producer    Katie Fellion

Technical Consultant    Joe Wolcott
Web Technology Consultant    Paul McReynolds
Content Clearance Coordinator    Lance Malbon
Stock Footage Research    Susan Nickerson

Visual Effects by    LOLA|VFX
Visual Effects Supervisor    Edson Williams
CG Effects Supervisor    Colin Strause
Visual Effects Producer    Thomas Nittmann
Flame Artists    Casey Allen • Trent Claus
Brian Nugent • Richard Hirst
Jeremiah Sweeny • David Levine
Clark Parkhurst • Spencer Armajo
Kazuyoshi Yamagiwa
CG Effects Artists    Joshua Singer
Aleksander Kocev
Visual Effects Coordinators    Maxamillian Leonard
Miles Friedman

Visual Effects by    Savage Visual Effects
Visual Effects Supervisor/Lead Artist    James Pastorius
Visual Effects Producer    Brice Liesveld
CG Artists    Tim Turner
Daniel Naulin
Compositor    Noll Linsangan
Roto Artist    Tim Unger

Digital Matte Paintings by    Christian Kugler

Additional Visual Effects by    Outback Post, LLC
Executive Producer    Ron Barr
Visual Effects Supervisor    Adam Howard
Composite Supervisor    Eli Jarra
Visual Effects Artists    Joshua Jordan
Orin Green
Graphic Artists    Toby Evetts
Felix Kawamura
Matchmove Artist    Jason Locke

Additional Visual Effects by    Ollin VFX
VFX Supervisor    Charlie Iturriaga
VFX Executive Producer    Robin D'Arcy
CG Supervisor    Raul Prado
VFX Coordinator    Elizabeth Asai
VFX Editorial Producer    Antonio Gallardo
Dynamics & Particles    Victor Lizarraga
Fernando Najera
Matte Painting    Miguel Lizarraga
Compositing    Natalia de la Garza
Daniel Gonzalez
Francisco Castillo
Data Wrangler    Oliver de Gante

Additional Visual Effects by    a52
Executive Producer    Jennifer Sofio Hall
VFX Producer    Hameed Shaukat
VFX Supervisor    Shahana Khan
2D Artists    Brendan Crockett
Kurt Lawson
Paul Yacono
CG Artist    Joseph Chiechi

Image Processing by    Reliance Mediaworks/Burbank, CA








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Ball And Biscuit
Written by Jack White III
Performed by The White Stripes
Courtesy of Third Man Records
and courtesy of XL Recordings LTD.

Man Fi Cool
Written by Rodney Smith
Performed by Roots Manuva
Courtesy of Big Dada Recordings
by arrangement with Third Side Music

Dreadlock Holiday
Written by Eric Stewart
and Graham Gouldman
Courtesy of AVID Ltd.

Dreadlock Holiday
Written by Eric Stewart
and Graham Gouldman
Courtesy of Licensemusic.com ApS
by arrangement with
Nola Leone/Ace Music Services, LLC

So I Wait
Written by Thomas Brennan
and Greg Paxton
Performed by Three Hour Tour
Courtesy of Thomas Brennan
& Greg Paxton Productions

I Swear
Written by Gary Baker and Frank Myers
Performed by UCLA's Bruins Harmony

Ital Visions
Written by Rodney Smith
Performed by Roots Manuva
Courtesy of Big Dada Recordings
by arrangement with Third Side Music

Like A Bad Girl Should
Written by Lux Interior and Ivy Rorchach
Performed by The Cramps
Courtesy of Vengeance Records

West Coast Poplock
Written by Mikel Hooks, Ronnie Hudson,
Larry Troutman and Roger Troutman
Performed by Ronnie Hudson
Courtesy of Thump Records

California Uber Alles
Written by Jello Biafra, East Bay Ray,
Klaus Flouride, John Greenway,
Darren Henley and Dead Kennedys
Performed by Dead Kennedys
Courtesy of Decay Music

In The Hall Of
The Mountain King Op. 23

Written by Edvard Grieg
Arranged, Produced and Performed by
Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross

The Sound Of Violence
Written by Hubert Blanc-Francard
Philippe Cerboneschi and Stephen Edwards
Performed by Dennis de Laat
Courtesy of Spinnin' Records

Crazy Baldhead
Written by Rita Marley and Vincent Ford
Performed by Bob Marley & The Wailers
Courtesy of The Island Def Jam Music Group
Under License from
Universal Music Enterprises

Arrival Of The Queen Of Sheba
from Solomon

Written by George Frideric Handhel
Performed by Lumiere String Quartet
Courtesy of Lumiere Records, Inc.

Underground Rapstar
(Post-Mortem Remix)

Written by Chris Palko and DJ Mighty MI
Performed by Cage
Courtesy of Chris Palko Music

Hesitation (Instrumental Version)
Written by Jon Bernson
Performed by ExRay's
Courtesy of Howells Transmitter

Black Book Lodge
Written by Stig Amundsen,
Frithjof Jacobsen, Arne Skagen,
Rolf Uggen and Danny Young
Performed by Gluecifer
Courtesy of
Sony Music Entertainment Norway
by arrangement with Sony Music Licensing

Bleed Forever
Written by Huw Bunford, Cian Ciaran,
Dafydd Ieuan, Guto Pryce and Gruff Rhys
Performed by Super Furry Animals
Courtesy of XL Recordings, Ltd.
and courtesy of BMG Rights Limited
and Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited

Baby, You're A Rich Man
Written by John Lennon
and Paul McCartney
Performed by The Beatles
Courtesy of Capitol Records LLC
Under License from
EMI Film & Television Music








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