The past is always new, the future is always nostalgic.
It is praise worthy but It's not nearly as good as everybody says. On my second viewing the whole thing seems too sentimental and over the top. Mark Zuckerberg's genius wonderboy character, which is absolutely nothing like the real-life version of him, is just an excuse for Aaron Sorkin to write smart-ass replies and mic drop moments and thrill the viewer with cheap condescending clapbacks.
The british nationalism is a bit much, but there's just the right amount of Colin Firth which is a lot. I also loved how vulnerable the shots of the king were. There was so much space in the frame, showing how small he feels when he's trying to speak and How little he thinks of himself.