The Disaster Artist, based on the book of the same name by The Room’s co-star Greg Sestero and writer Tom Bissell, is about the making of The Room. It’s an unbelievable story chronicling the
Compared to “The Room,” however, “The Disaster Artist” has a pretty straightforward plot. We first meet Greg (Dave Franco) and Tommy (James Franco) at an acting class in San Francisco.
The compellingly strange details of its production were turned into a book, The Disaster Artist, which has now made its way to its inevitable resting place: the big screen.
James Franco, who directed and stars in The Disaster Artist—and who himself is no stranger to critical revilement—has found a special muse in Wiseau.
Nov 30, 2017 · “The Disaster Artist,” James Franco’s shrewd, affectionate and squirmingly funny new movie, understands this completely. Approaching “The Room” in a spirit of mocking celebration, it is
A witty review of James Franco’s THE DISASTER ARTIST, which riffs on Tommy WIseau’s notoriously trashy good-bad indie THE ROOM. Pop reviews and in-depth analyses of current and classic films from around the world.
The material is rich and wild, but The Disaster Artist, James Franco’s cameo-packed tribute to the film and its singular creator, is barely a movie. Advertisement
Dec 07, 2017 · Watching The Disaster Artist is at times, a downright surreal experience. Few “fans” of The Room would have ever imagined that one day, James Franco would adapt the story …
Dec 01, 2017 · By the end of The Disaster Artist, Wiseau is still a joke. A tribute to the late magician and character actor, Ricky Jay. Nicolas Roeg, 1928-2018. a hollow center for this story. Wiseau (James Franco) is a shadowy man of ambiguous older age and accent origin,
Dec 06, 2017 · When Hollywood rejects them, they endeavour to make The Room — a film that would later become notorious as being one of the worst ever made. The Room is a bad movie. No question.
Nov 28, 2017 · Watch video · That’s why a 19-year-old named Greg (James’ bro Dave Franco) finds him so appealing. In their San Francisco acting class, Tommy is the only one willing to bare his soul and cry out a scene
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Sep 15, 2017 · The first half of “The Disaster Artist,” focused almost exclusively on Tommy and Greg as they attempt to find Hollywood success, is broad and breezy. It’s the second half that truly sings.
“The Disaster Artist” captures that journey with heart, humor and a palpable sense of the absurd. It also boasts James Franco’s best performance to date. And, given that he appears in every third movie or TV show at this stage in his career, that’s no small statement.