Andrew | A.J.’s review published on Letterboxd:
Yeah this right here this the one. Se7en gets better every time I watch it, I find some new detail or new setup that I never caught before and I can only just sit back and admire the work on display. Fincher’s mid-90s crime thriller is one of the best of its kind, no question about it. The way he frames shots, allows characters to breathe, and carefully places every little piece of his puzzle will forever be just iconic to me. Just amazing stuff. This movie is almost 30 years old and it looks better than like 90% of films released since then.