Diego Coya’s review published on Letterboxd:
I'm not exaggerating when I say that "The Social Network" has one of the absolute best screenplays of all time. This film is two hours long and is heavily reliant on dialogue, yet it manages to have such an investing story that sucks you in and makes you never want the movie to end. On top of the brilliant screenplay, the direction here is phenomenal; to make a movie about the invention of Facebook be so interesting and intense at the same time is something to be commended of. The performances too are truly spectacular. Every once in a while, there is a film that comes out and reminds me why I love movies. "The Social Network" is one of them. An argument could be made that this is David Fincher's best film.
P.S: Imagine giving the Best Picture award to The King's Speech but not this.