The Disaster Artist Reviews
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"The Disaster Artist" is definitely a great start for the directing career of James Franco. The script is not only funny, heartbreaking, and entertaining, but it also gives hopes to those who dream big. So what if you failed multiple times, that doesn't mean you won't achieve greatness. Tommy Wiseau, the original filmmaker of "The Room", is the living embodiment of someone who failed but manages to make it big time. Never quit, never surrender. Keep dreaming big!
To fully appreciate how accurate James Franco's portrayal is of Tommy Wiseau, it's worth watching at least a few scenes of "The Room". Franco delivers a stellar performance worthy of an Oscar nod. The film is greatly centered on Franco's performance, so at times, it lags a little in pacing and storyline development. It's very strong though thematically and the dialogue alternates nicely between being poignant and funny.