João Caetano’s review published on Letterboxd:
David Fincher's work is truly remarkable. But the script is even better, incredibly well-written by Aaron Sorkin. It's just smart, funny and real. There was not even one useless dialogue. Everything they said was important and interesting. You feel you've known those characters for ages. And you're always wishing you could have been part of that project.
Jesse Eisenberg and Andrew Garfield were amazing. Their flawless performances were one of the most important things that made this an exceptional film.
Now, David Fincher... What can I say? He never fails. Never. After Se7en and Fight Club, this is his well-deserved ticket into hall-of-fame greatness.
All in all, The Social Network is a beautiful masterpiece, with an excellent soundtrack, that will allow you to know and get familiar with this amazing story: the creation of Facebook.