Updated: Tue, 20 Aug 2013 07:45:00 GMT | By Kim Hughes
The art of playing a genius on film

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Considering Aaron Sorkin wrote the screenplay, Jesse Eisenberg’s success playing the brilliant, mercurial creator of Facebook in The Social Network was pretty much guaranteed. Indeed, the film should have nabbed the 2010 best picture Oscar. The King’s Speech was great but Social Network gave the world one of the best bits of dialog ever, courtesy the character of Tyler Winklevoss: “We can do that ourselves. I'm 6'5", 220, and there's two of me.”

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