The Disaster Artist: Short-Form Review

“The Disaster Artist” is a feel-good take on the story behind the endearingly horrible movie, “The Room.” The film gives audiences a unique look at the production of “The Room,” which is universally considered the world’s best bad movie. Brothers James and Dave Franco shine onscreen, displaying a touching chemistry that’s seldom seen in this genre of comedic biopics. James Franco’s depiction of Tommy Wiseau, the mysterious mastermind behind “The Room,” is spot on and wildly entertaining. Although the film certainly could have taken more risks, it leaves a good taste in the audience’s mouth and works well as a fun, lighthearted story. 6.5/10

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