Teddy Roberts’s review published on Letterboxd:
Loved this much more than I originally was anticipating.
We'll see how it sits over time, but this has a simply systematic soul that is untouched by any other film in this genre (although The Social Network comes close).
Aaron Sorkin has always had a clear and true handle on these emotions and themes at the surface of his films, but never have I seen a film of his that is able to communicate more than words through the usage of rhythm, patience, and of course silence.
Truly a near-masterpiece on every level down to direction, writing, performances, score (geez the score), and yes the emotions it all conveys.