Haydn’s review published on Letterboxd:
Re watching this simply reminds me why this is one of the greatest films of the 21st century.
On paper, this doesn’t seem much. But when you put the colabtaion of Fincher’s persented direction and Sorkin’s sharply tight script making sure that every detail (and I mean EVERY detail) of the film both within the style and substance work with efficient care and clear vision towards it all, then the outcome truns into a masterpiece to be hold.
If wasn’t for the other film that so happens to be my favorite film of all time existing, I would have consider this to be my favorite work from Fincher. But nonetheless, Happy Birthday David.