Most people like The Room just because it made them feel good about themselves. Sounds brutal? Just see the filmmakers and actors' statements at the beginning of this movie, and how James Franco played caricature of Tommy Wiseau's character in The Room. Dave Franco was quite nice though, and it got less worse near the ending.
As my goal with these posts is to learn something from every film or music video even if I don't like it too much, I have been wondering for days, what to get from this. Looking at the wiki page of The Disaster Artist, the name Angelyne caught my attention, as mononyms (another term just learned) often tend to do. I can't remember noticing her before, but surely I must have. Even German TV wanted her in 1988.
Le film de Franco parvient à capter l'essence du classique de Wiseau avec beaucoup de génie. Ce ne serait pas de faire un grand compliment que de dire qu'il est meilleur que «The Room», mais au moins, il est une excellente raison pour écouter le film de Tommy Wiseau. Oh, hey, Mark!
What did Franco wanted to achieve with this project? To make fun and to be rude seems like some good answers. It wasn't worthy to recreate the story behind the worst (cult) movie ever. The movie was kinda fun but i felt so much pity. Franco did a good job,his resemblance with the real Tommy was truly genuine. 6.5/10. Franco does like +7 projects a year, some of them being pathetic (at first sight). So jokes on him.
It’s like taking a stroll on Hollywood Boulevard and paying $5-$10 to take pictures with sidewalk characters who came to LA with a dream of becoming a big star. Tommy has a confidence of a Journey song, but stuck in a depressing Hollywood delusion. A joke where everyone is laughing but you.