So there once was a movie that was sooo “so bad that it was good”, that it turned out to be the greatest worst movie ever made and thus, a cultural iconic cult film with an expanding following. Anyways, how’s your sex life? As I was telling you, the cult fandom grew so fast, it got noticed by Seth and the Franco boys and they turned the story into a Moviementary project. Now it looks like the documentary about the greatest worst movie ever made is setting itself up for prime Oscar recognition, as the top movie critiques are gifting amazing reviews about it!
This bizarre ode to badness is so peculiar and works so well I almost want to believe that the Franco Bros and Rogan created the character “Tommy Wiseau” in order to create the movie and then create the movie of the movie! Too much? it’s hard to escape the temptation of speculation on some conspiracy theory. But you be the judge. Let’s start with the trailer…
Now to get a taste of the movie here are some of scenes that are so bad, they are good.
And now for some high contrasting reviews, (about the how good the movie about the making of “The Room” is:
The Disaster Artist is primarily a pedestal for the ultimate James Franco performance — it’s his Lincoln. – Vulture.
..not funny yet? ok, then watch this:
…so this makes the amazing reviews of the documentary even funnier, just check out what Vulture had to say: Just as Johnny Depp gave his career-best performance as Z-movie auteur Ed Wood, Franco achieves what could become his most iconic role. -Peter Debruge, Variety
Sincere and sporadically funny, The Disaster Artist is an endearing tribute to failing in Hollywood. Anyway, how is your sex life? – John Nugent.
More reviews: Empire – James Franco’s The Disaster Artist is funny and somewhat depressing, one of those haha movies that make you wonder if its laughs are really on us. –
Let’s hear it straight from the horse’s mouth, this is Franco talking at GOOGLE of all places, about his masterpiece.
San Diego Reader: Wiseau also makes a pretty good avatar for Franco himself: a mercurial, relentless performer whose ambition encompasses a thrilling willingness to crash and burn. And it’s that identification that makes the comedy work here: Franco kids because he loves.
Can we expect more from Wiseau? ( Yes.):
So, I’m watching this. How about you? Ok guys, I’ve got to go now.