Sincere the movie prevails in being an underdog

Sincere and heartfelt story of
chasing your dreams

The “Disaster Artist” is a 2017 American
biographical comedy-drama film produced and directed by James Franco. Written
by Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber, the film is based on Greg Sestero and
Tom Bissell’s non-fiction book of the same name, and chronicles the making of
Tommy Wiseau’s 2003 The Room, widely
branded as one of the worst films ever made in human history. The film stars
brothers James and Dave Franco as Wiseau and Sestero, respectively, together
with a supporting cast presenting Seth Rogen. In a nut-graph, this is the kind of
comedy that is frequently laugh-out-loud funny. But it is also sympathetic
towards Wiseau’s insatiable desire to create, to find fame. Very
enjoyable.

The
Room

James Franco changes the moving true-story of
aspiring filmmaker and disreputable Hollywood outsider Tommy Wiseau – an artist
whose desire was as sincere as his methods were questionable – into a
celebration of friendship, creative manifestation, and dreams pursued against overwhelming
odds. Centered on Greg Sestero’s best ‘selling tell’ all about the making of
Tommy’s cult-classic disaster piece ‘The Room’ (“The Greatest Bad Movie Ever
Made”), The Disaster Artist is a hilarious and welcome reminder that there is
more than one way to become a legend— and no limit to what you can attain when
you have undeniably no idea what you’re doing.

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.

The Disaster Artist” is a sweet, fervently
appealing tribute to friendship, the movies and the importance of dreams.  Hilarious, but sometimes fierce and
surprisingly emotive, it works whether you’ve seen the source material or not

This is absolutely incredible. The
103 min show brings the real-life story of how the 2003 cult movie. Honestly this is one of those movies
that is best seen relatively blind. The performances are great, the chemistry
between characters is pitch perfect. The tone of the film is absolutely splendid.

When it comes to technical production, the
camera work was quite a letdown. Nevertheless while the camera-work can be
erratic at times, the rest of the movie prevails in being an underdog story
about one of the most mysterious underdogs in all of cinema history. The biopic
of how Tommy Wiseau and Greg Sestero met and make The Room (2003) is actually
quite an uplifting adventure.

The
real life story is so further than anything believable that if this were a work
of fiction, it could immediately be dismissed as just that. By everything we
witness in “The Disaster Artist”, Tommy is so incredibly inapt yet
convinced of his own talent. One would want to conclude that The Disaster Artist, James Franco conversely sets out to tell the story behind
the “worst movie ever” in a very good film.

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