Josh Couch’s review published on Letterboxd:
I have no idea why I put this movie off for so long.
David Fincher and Aaron Sorkin are already some of the greatest people in Hollywood and their collaborative effort is one of the best films of this decade. The writing, pacing, acting, direction, and enjoyment of this film are all top notch.
At the very beginning of this film Mark Zuckerburg is having a conversation/fight with his girlfriend that eventually ends in a break up. In any other film this would be such a minor event and possible even boring and forgetful. Aaron Sorkin however, with his perfect script, turned this moment into one of the most memorable scenes of the film and one of my personal favorites. Sorkin has a talent that has yet to be matched by anyone else.