Paul’s review published on Letterboxd:
took a little time to get me invested on the rewatch but as soon as robert downey jr disappears, the narrative starts to drive faster and faster until you get a complete information overload in the end. thought the script was damn good, especially for a true story film. frankly, i don't like robert downey jr at all and i completely forgot he was in the movie after the first watch, which says a lot. don't think he was a good casting choice, but jake gyllenhaal makes me forget that.