I thought it was too one-sided in that it didn't really show many aspects of his life. We don't see him developing anything, we don't see him in his private life, we don't really get a glimpse inside his mind and thus don't really understand his motivations. It focuses too much on the scenes where everything's already accomplished and we don't get a sense of his struggle and how he got to that point. Although I thought it was very well acted and had great dialogue I never really got the sense that I understood this person or got any closer to how he must have been in real life. I also thought it was a bit rushed at times and what bugged me the most: Too much soundtrack. Too much dramatic scoring of moments that don't nearly have the weight and importance that they pretend to have. Whereas Social Network's eery soundtrack functioned as a subtle, driving force beneath the action this one just screamed "look at how important I am" all the time. In general, I thought that the subject material didn't warrant that many dramatic, emotional moments. By no means a bad film, but it could have been improved in my opinion by having more exposition, more room to breathe and showing a broader scope of his life and his story.