Truly beautiful and melancholic, for bibliophiles only.
I really don't know how to rate it. I've never seen such a violent, misogynistic and brutal movie at the same time. The performances are astonishing and very truthful, I felt the constant tension, it really hurt me to watch. The cinematography is also remarkable. The movie has almost all qualities except I hate the plot and the story itself. I'd be happier if I hadn't seen it.
I've been reading many positive reviews about this one recently, so I've decided to watch it and I don't regret the second of my time. It's truly beautiful and authentic, it warmed my heart. When we look back on our lives, we regret the things we didn't do more than the ones we did. So, never miss a chance to love.
This is definitely the best Fincher's movie to me because there is no unnecessary scene.
I've often been criticized for talking too fast but this is the first time I understand why some people can't follow the flow of my thoughts. Jesse Eisenberg is probably the fastest talker I've ever heard.
Anyway, performances are incredible, directing is amazing, photography is great as well as music, sentences are so intelligent and challenging - I love them!
Why are people who are mentally stronger than average socially incompetent as a rule? Fuck all the money in the world if you'll end up without your only (honest) friend!