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I'm not gonna vote, because I haven't seen all of his movies (and it would be unfair to skew the results based on ignorance).
However, I can comment. Out of the movies I've seen, I place Seven (I freaking HATE when people spell it "Se7en"), Fight Club, and Zodiac right in the same league. It'd be hard for me to pick a favorite. I guess if I HAD to pick a favorite right now, it would be Fight Club (and keep in mind, "my favorite" doesn't mean "I think it's the best"). But that could vary a bit; next week I might say Seven, and in a month I might say Zodiac.
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the social network and dragon tattoo are my favorites, but i'd lean more towards the social network. i like fincher's take on dragon tattoo as a thriller that doesn't really care whether or not you come along for the ride (it plays well with the usual breadcrumb approach), but i suppose a lot of it is a continuation of the social network.
i don't care much for the rest (although that's not counting the game, which i haven't seen). fight club is alright and seven is a good first watch, while the rest range from "kinda watchable" to "kinda bad."
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Ooo, now THIS is a good topic.
Not only is "The Social Network" my absolute favorite Fincher film, but it is one of my favorite movies of all time. Of time. I can't even count how many times I've seen it.
Gorgeously shot, impeccable acting and editing, one of the best film scores to date, and the overall pacing of the film is exceptional. There is literally nothing wrong with this film. I could go on and on.