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Plot: An aspiring actor in Hollywood meets an enigmatic stranger by the name of Tommy Wiseau, the meeting leads the actor down a path nobody could have predicted; creating the worst movie ever made.
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Not a Mockery, It’s a Celebration of Two Men Pursuing Their Dream
Going into the theater, I was under the impression that this was a silly James Franco and Seth Rogen movie that made fun of The Room, a legendary bad movie. That’s not what the Disaster Artist is at all. Instead, it celebrates The Room. It celebrates Tommy Wiseau, Greg Sestero, their passion, and their pursuit of a dream.
Sure, The Disaster Artist comments on how The Room bombed terribly; it had to acknowledge this. It comments on the utter lack of acting talent that Tommy and Greg possessed; it had to acknowledge this too. But it handles these details with such delicacy and care that I never felt that it was putting down the characters. Actually, it seemed that the film admired them. Even when the world told them to quit, they never gave up on themselves or each other. The message is surprisingly inspiring.
The movie becomes something more than mere mockery because of the way it handles the relationship between Tommy and Greg with such care and affection. The two genuinely liked each other and saw each other in ways that no one else did. Greg certainly did not understand all of Tommy’s methods and decisions, but he understood Tommy’s good intentions. Establishing this buddy connection is crucial later in the movie.
After Tommy writes The Room and they begin filming, Tommy expresses his idiosyncrasies in full force. While the film crew sees him as a confusing weirdo, we know there’s something more. Despite his utter incompetence in directing and acting and all aspects of filmmaking, we still root him. And we still root for Greg, ever the supportive friend. Tommy makes absurd and confounding choices that don’t make sense to Greg and they don’t make sense to anyone else either. Even one of Tommy’s explanations was simply “people do crazy things.” Still, Greg remains loyal.
With as strange as Wiseau behaves, capturing his eccentricities would clearly prove challenging. Give James Franco credit for capturing Wiseau’s weirdness in character without ever devolving into derisive mockery. Franco captures his gait, stiff shoulders, hunched posture, indeterminable and inconsistent accent, and his laugh. Watching The Room and hearing Tommy Wiseau laugh, I thought that it sounded completely fake. I chalked it up to another instance of poor acting. But after seeing Wiseau in interviews, I realized that it was his real laugh. To him, the laugh wasn’t poor acting because that’s what he thinks a genuine laugh sounds like.
Seeing and hearing Wiseau behaving as himself explains a lot about his behavior in The Room. He’s just an interesting and very unusual guy. His acting and the acting of others in his movie is still atrocious, but it shifts from startlingly and confusingly bad to understandably bad. And more importantly, seeing the real Tommy makes his movie all the more fun.
You don’t need to see The Room to enjoy The Disaster Artist. Would it help? Sure. Seeing The Room first makes many of the inside jokes made in The Disaster Artist funnier and gives a clearer sense of how confoundingly weird the movie truly is. Words cannot do it justice. To understand, you have to see The Room for yourself. I recommend seeing both.
First up, I haven’t seen the Room (2003), but of course have heard a lot about it through the years, a friend of mine is a huge fan who takes part in fan screenings and carries bunch of footballs into them…
The Disaster Artist portrays Tommy Wiseau as a true enigma, which he no doubt is, he does things in his own “a bit” peculiar way. We also get to see a person with a big heart and a person in need for a true friend. There’s some cheesiness towards the end of the film (not intentional, even if it’s about making of the Room), but I enjoyed the movie a lot for it’s heart and for the constant laughs it offers. James Franco is great as Tommy, it’s so easy to ham this kind of an over the top transformation up, but that’s not the case here. A really enjoyable flick.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 44 min (104 min)
Genre Biography, Comedy, Drama
Director James Franco
Writer Scott Neustadter (screenplay by), Michael H. Weber (screenplay by), Greg Sestero (based on the book “The Disaster Artist: My Life Inside The Room, the Greatest Bad Movie Ever Made” by), Tom Bissell (based on the book “The Disaster Artist: My Life Inside The Room, the Greatest Bad Movie Ever Made” by)
Actors Dave Franco, James Franco, Seth Rogen, Ari Graynor
Awards Nominated for 1 Oscar. Another 31 wins & 79 nominations.
Production Company Rabbit Bandini Productions, New Line Cinema, Point Grey, Good Universe
Sound Mix Dolby Digital, Dolby Atmos, IMAX 6-Track
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1 (scenes from The Room), 2.39 : 1
Camera Red Weapon Dragon, Panavision C-Series and Cooke Varotal Lenses
Laboratory EFilm (feature post finishing)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format Redcode RAW (6K)
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format), Panavision (anamorphic) (source format), Redcode RAW (5K) (source format) (scenes from The Room)
Printed Film Format D-Cinema, DCP