The Invisible Man and the Dickhead – ★★★★ (NW)
Eisenberg is brilliant at playing the two roles. We’ve come to know him in recent years as a cocky pain in the ass (Now You See Me, The Social Network) and in James he has a natural successor to those roles. However its in the over-sized suit and timid gait of Simon that he seems most at home, bringing plenty of empathy and humour to what could have been a very one-dimensional part.
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