As film lovers, we used to watch the placard of based on true story arise before the film had started and the word of “based” is basically from a devotion of facts in order to make the story interesting. There are films that oddly considering the patterns of the fact and deviate from the aspect of truth and validity of the stories. Some of the directors may claim to exaggerate the authentic of the movie by producing largely ridiculous story lines. As for that, there are two examples of movie that is not really follows the actual sequences which is the Social Networking and Argo.
An article had been published about Eduardo Saverin being involved with chicken cannibalism in the Social Networking movie. That is not true because there are no mention of him or cannibalism been charged with animal cruelty like what had happened in the story which is the chickens are a part of the Phoenix initiation process, as potential member carried around chickens and bring them to classes. Besides that, the place taken in the movie is Harvard. Filming of the story was actually at variety places including the Johns Hopkins University Homewood campus in Baltimore as been claimed by The Baltimore Sun at 28 October 2009. The Milton Measure had also stated that the first scene was at Thirsty Scholar Pub that been located in Somerville at 13 November 2009. Eduardo Saverin’s shares diluted down lower than 0.03% and not that terrible as been shown in the movie.
The Argo movie had conveyed the venture into town to scout a possible location, but this never actually happened. Tony did not really met the six at the Canadian Deputy Chief of Mission home as been shown in the movie and the director add up the scenes just to make the story line more unique. Lastly, Hollywood may produce great movies but they did not indicate the actual incident based on the “true story” trademark.