Brage Marcus’s review published on Letterboxd:
Even if Seven ain't my favorite serial killer thriller from David Fincher, it's still a perfect film. A wonderfully moody and gloomy thriller that immediately set the standard for this genre. It gives us an engaging mystery, well-developed characters, terrific cinematography and a whole lot of tension. There's a chase sequence somewhere in the middle that is nail-bitingly good. All of this leading up to its haunting finale.
It has a social commentary on moral and ethics that's actually a bit terrifying when you give it some thought. Seven is a film with a lot of depth to it. Making it more or less a timeless classic.