Wednesday May 27, 2020

Franco finds some Room to roam

10th December, 2017
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James Franco in The Disaster Artist

Cinema

The Disaster Artist Directed by James Franco Nationwide, 15A Rating:  Song of Granite Directed by Pat Collins Nationwide, G Rating:  Released in a few US cinemas in 2003, The Room is one of the worst films ever made, a virtually unwatchable farrago of amateur acting, incomprehensible storytelling and surreal incongruities. As is occasionally the way of these things, the film became a cult hit among the midnight crowd, who packed out screenings...

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