The Disaster Artist (2017) 🎞
🎤😎‘Dis my review, and ‘dese my thoughts.
The film was directed, co-produced, and starring James Franco is based on the book written by Greg Sestero and is the true story about the making of the worst good movie ever made, the Rooom.
And also about the friendship between Greg Sestero and Tommy Wiseau.
This movie is really surprising, I love the humour and the timing of the jokes, and the film has a lot of heart too for the most part.
I liked James Franco’s portrayal of Tommy Wiseau, he’s really on point and all I saw was Tommy Wiseau, having a weird accent and not really wanting to reveal his past and Dave Franco is pretty good too as Greg Sestero, even though he might look like him, but he doesn’t really look the height and voice of Sestero.
I watched this movie twice and what I liked is that it doesn’t shove the whole filming of the Room in your face. They really capture well of what went on during filming.
All it was, Tommy Wiseau was an a$$hole, a terrible actor & writer, but an OK director LOL.
I don’t know how, but the way they make Tommy Wiseau really clueless in this movie is hilarious.
I also liked when they made Wiseau and Sestero relatable, they want to follow their dreams in being in movies, and people reject them, that’s what I like about the film is that they make them relatable.
This makes me want to read the book, I hear it’s worth the read.
Again, I liked that toward the end of the film it showed heart, and it brings an important message, while being entertaining.
I did watch the Room itself, its a film that I find really funny and it’s just one of those that makes you want to keep scratching your head on to why it exists but I don’t care it’s an OK movie, so ‘dat my review an’ hope you enjoy it.
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