I should have waited. The Social Network is an excellent film, albeit far less showy than Inception, and I should have waited a while before watching it. Everything about The Social Network was just great; it was gripping, well acted, exceedingly well written, and wonderfully shot, but no one floated and a city didn't get turned into a cube. How can you compete with that? I guess we'll see when the Oscars are handed out in March, but I feel that The King's Speech (which I have not seen yet) will probably do a lot of sweeping that evening. I watched it on pay-per-view, but I would rather have Blu-Rayed it.