The Disaster Artist

We are taking a break from our regularly scheduled reviews because it is our FAVORITE time of the year.  AWARDS SEASON!!!!

Until last week, we had never even heard of The Room, but an hour later we were searching for screenings in Atlanta.
As you are watching James Franco’s depiction of Tommy, your mind begins to think of the Tommy in your life.  The person who believes they can jump high enough to reach the moon, and so flawlessly do it despite how outrageous it sounded.  Everyone needs a Tommy in their life.  The Tommy in your life takes you on a journey that pushes the boundaries, challenge the norm, and LIVE.
This film is the brilliant biopic of The Room, and we imagine there will be more packed houses at the midnight movie screenings.  Tommy Wiseau reached the moon, and the world got to witness it.
From the desk of Dr. Metzger
I did a blind walk-in on this film. This means I didn’t read about the plot or even know what genre it fell in. All I knew was James Franco was the star, and the last movie I saw him in was “Why Him?”. Needless to say, my hopes weren’t very high. I was surprised. 
The Disaster Artist is a dream catcher story based on infamous director Tommy Wiseau.  I had never seen the film The Room so I was completely into the story and waiting to see how Tommy would actually pull this off.
I’m always fascinated (and inspired) by people who are unapologetically themselves, despite the judgement of the world. James Franco played the hell out of Tommy Wiseau and may even get an Oscar nod for it. Don’t let the title fool you. This film, under all the bad accents and acting is a story about relentless dream pursuit.
The Disaster Artist


Metzger:  movie-tickets-300x211

Morton: movie-tickets-300x211


“The Disaster Artist” 

Directed by: James Franco

Starring: James FrancoDave FrancoAri Graynor, Seth Rogan

Runtime: 1 hour, 44 minutes


Where we recommend you should watch it? 

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