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Jason's rating of the film The Disaster Artist

Not quite fair to call James Franco's incarnation of Tommy Wiseau a stunt, because the incarnation (and the re-visioning of THE ROOM itself) is heavy w/ deeper resonances (self-portrait?), and because this is the only thing in THE DISASTER ARTIST worth talking about. Around it is a lazy Hollywood groaner. The Franco-simulation vs. Wiseau-prototype diptychs at the end would make a fine gallery installation.