First of all, I had no idea that Justin Timberlake could act. Second, this is an excellent film, that perpetuates the unfortunate stereotype of the 'silicon valley bro'. The 'silicon valley bro' stereotype is what largely eliminated women from many STEM professions. It emerged when Silicon Valley jobs first broke into the mainstream. Before then, women made up over fifty percent of computer science graduates. Now, they make up less than twenty percent. Nevertheless, this movie does have some instances of women calling the male characters out on their mistakes, especially in one instance near the beginning of the movie, where Mark's girlfriend breaks up with him. She tells him "you're going to go through life thinking girls don't like you because you're a nerd. You'll be wrong. It's because you're an a*sh*le." In my opinion that's an incredibly important message for young men, who believe that they're entitled to female attention, regardless of whether they respect women or not. Throughout the film, male characters demonstrate this toxic worldview. Justin Timberlake's character Sean blatantly disrespects women, and even more disturbingly, is shown flirting with minor girls. Jesse Eisenberg's character Mark, writes slanderous and offensive things about women online, and even Andrew Garfield's character Eduardo, the moral centre of this morally lacking movie, drunkenly fetishizes Asian women in one scene. Despite a lot of frat boy talk about sex in the movie, there is minimal sexual content shown. In one scene, Eduardo and a woman go into a bathroom to kiss, and oral sex is implied. Sean is introduced in a scene where he wakes up in a woman's bed after a hook up, but nothing is shown. Mark and Sean go to a strip club in one scene, and there are similar events in a scene of a college party. Finally, there is a scene at a party where two women kiss, to the great elation of the college boys watching them. Drug use and alcohol overuse are also shown in a morally ambiguous light. Language is another major issue, with h*ll, d*mn, b*tch and *ssh*le being used often. The movie is a great demonstration of the consequences of success, but also the consequences of being inconsiderate of others. There is even a brief message about the dangers of putting things on the Internet that cannot be removed.