Andrew Morin’s review published on Letterboxd:
Man this was good and, in some respects, better than the book, which I also loved. First, the casting was spot on, like perfect. Fincher brings back his Social Network aesthetic after the more flashy Girl with the Dragoon Tattoo and it kills, especially when things become particularly violent and crazy. Flynn's script though is great, condensing her book into two and a half hours without losing any of the mystery or bite.