Jamie Dornani’s Barb and Star go to Vista Del Mar’s biggest and most exciting surprise.

Given the backgrounds of Kristen Wiig and Annie Mumolo, it’s not exactly a shock that they are so funny – but the same feeling cannot be shared by Jamie Dornan, who hails from Barb and Star Go To Vista Del Mar and looks like a comedy genius . At first glance, it looks like he’s establishing himself as the film’s lead actor, but don’t be misled: Edgar is as brilliantly bizarre as anyone else in the ensemble. He has an angry, unrequited love for Sharon Gordon Fisherman, but his view of the world is also rocked by Barb and Star after a psychedelic night together, leading him to play things like musical numbers on the beach and pray to the seagulls for guidance. Those who see Dornan’s performance will never see him that way – and opinions will only rise. Comedy is a subjective art form, and there will certainly be many people who don’t quite like Barb And Star Go Vista, but those who do will indulge in spectacular pampering. Whether or not it finds an immediate audience is irrelevant as it is guaranteed to be heading for cult film status. The only question before launch is exactly how big the cult will be.