The Disaster Artist (review)

The Disaster Artist (review)
The Disaster Artist (review)
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If you didn’t know anything about filmmaker Tommy Wiseau and saw James Franco play him in this movie, you’d think he’s gone insanely over the top. In fact, he nails the character’s unusual accent, impulsive actions and overall weirdness. Wiseau wrote, directed and starred in what some people consider the worst movie ever made, THE ROOM. This biopic details his friendship with an aspiring young actor (played by Dave Franco, James’ real-life brother) and his bizarre and bungled attempts to make the movie. James Franco (who also directed) captures the character’s offbeat comments and random timing to delightful comical effect. The whole experience is incredible in an absurdly amazing way. NOTE: At the end, see side-by-side comparisons of the original scenes with this production’s recreations AND AFTER THE CREDITS, see the 2 Tommys interact in person for one final peculiar moment.


4.5 out of 5 stars (4.5 / 5)


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