The A24 house style of slow burn psychological horror with off center compositions and a creepy synth score is almost like the MCU for hipsters but when applied in service of a story with genuine ideas it work wells.
There are a lot of higher ups from the tech industry here and the overall impression that they have created a monster even they cannot resist is terrifying. The fictional aspect, especially the visual representation of an algorithm, feels silly compared to the gravity of the subject. I think The Social Dilemma would have benefited from demonstrating the genuine positives of social media to contrast it's deep sense of doom. Maybe we wouldn't be in this mess if we still had Vine.