The Antisocial Network: Memes to Mayhem

2024

Action / Documentary

4
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 93% · 15 reviews
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 67%
IMDb Rating 6.3/10 10 1688 1.7K

Top cast

Tom Cruise as Self - Actor
Donald Trump as Self - 45th President of the United States
Oprah Winfrey as Self - Host, Oprah
Stephen Colbert as Self - Host, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
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1 hr 25 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by eisforeverything-524-710521 5 / 10

Watch with you critical thinking cap on

"The Antisocial Network: Memes to Mayhem" is an in-depth and relateable history of 4 Chan's beginning and evolution to one energizer of the social unrest and riots of the late 2010's and into the Covid Pandemic. BUT - the show didn't stop with the surprising results of 4-Chan's social influcence, for better or worse. Instead, the movie went into a political, biased, inaccurate narrative of the 2020 election; the same narrative that is repeated like a mantra over progressive and extreme left media television and internet channels. So I'd recommend it, along with a heaping helping of other social media network histories at the time.

Reviewed by johnspringer-95440 7 / 10

Harrowing

The internet's influence on culture, politics and media is ubiquitous. But who influences the internet? This documentary answers that question - or starts to - by focusing on the rise of 4chan, the anonymous imageboard website that served as a surrogate online community for grassroots activists and agitators on both the left and right. This documentary exposes (perhaps unintentionally) the harrowing fact that the 4chan community was full of the most wretched, hateful and inadequate people you're ever likely to encounter. If you met any of this documentary's interviewees in person you would dismiss them as pathetic crackpots or worse and you would promptly ignore them. But ensconced in the anonymity of a signal-boosting online echo chamber they were able to exercise a grossly outsized influence on the 2010s. The internet (supposedly a means of democratizing discourse by giving a globe-spanning voice to virtually anyone) has actually given the loudest and most prominent voices to cabals of unaccountable weirdos who spend all their time on the internet.

Reviewed by six2561 5 / 10

Election cycle propaganda.

Started and ended interestingly enough, beginning with the history of how 4 & 8 Chan started. Then, especially the ending part which was very good, the only clear realization of truth in the entire documentary. But be for-warned, this film is pure left- leaning propaganda as reported by basement dwelling, pot smoking, tatted & pierced activist-folk of all hair colors, with MSM news reporting on conspiracy-theories- gone-mad chiming in at just the right moments. I'm quite sure the whole middle part about the 2016 & 2020 election cycles was put in as a disinformation campaign, as well as the J6 section- with so much left, out by the way - as we lead up to November. I'm not sure how long ago this movie was made, but actual truths and evidence has come out since then making portions of the mismashed and sometimes just bizarre script already obsolete. PS; having personally participated, I can say with certainty no Qpost was responsible for bringing the masses together for huge boat rallies.

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