Steve Robinson’s review published on Letterboxd:
In the build up to the release of this film I was initially uninterested but as the release date loomed I became increasingly interested. The director, the cast, the script writer and even the music direction was something that interested me.
Eisenberg is fantastic, Garfield is better, Finchers direction is simple and effective, the colour palettes of a warm darkness for the retelling and the pale cold for the deposition with Eduardo is a great contrast. Reznors soundtrack is superb and no one could have made the script more absorbive than sorkin.
A sad example of lives lived out difficultly in a world with fewer manners but more need to be around people.
The scary moment...when it finishes and the number who log onto Facebook straight away...me included.