aidan paul’s review published on Letterboxd:
David Fincher swings and hits a homerun...again. Now I've seen this movie countless number of times. There are scenes in this movie that I don't enjoy because how much it scares me, which is hard to do. Now I care about these characters so much maybe it's because they are real people, but I don't know. I think Graysmith and Avery are played perfectly. I think Gyllenhall is one of the best actors of all time. The cinematography by Savides is maybe top three best Fincher films visually. The color scheme is stunning. The god view track on the cab is amazing. Fincher's directing is amazing as always. Every time I watch this I get goosebumps.