This film really emphasizes everything I hate about Aaron Sorkin, and serves to highlight the fact that The Social Network worked largely because of David Fincher's skillful direction. Too bad Danny Boyle couldn't overcome Sorkin's substantial weaknesses in the same way that Fincher did.
Okay, first of all, I think every single complaint or criticism of this film is probably valid, and I completely understand why someone would hate this.
Having said that, I loved it. Yes, the central theme about how the beauty industry objectifies and consumes young women has been said elsewhere, but regardless of whether or not it’s been said better, this film does a great job of putting a fresh spin on that tired concept. Also, it's a message that…