The Disaster Artist 2017 Movie Review Impelreport
The Disaster Artist 2017 Movie Review Impelreport. The popular section Midnight Madness was the perfect setting for the presentation of The Disaster Artist. James Franco directs and stars, along with his brother Dave, this crazy comedy based on life, we do not know if real or not, Tommy Wiseau, the mysterious director of The Room, described by some as one of the worst movies in history. If like me, you did not have much idea of who Tommy Wiseau was either, do not worry, nobody really can say that you know him. And is that Tommy pretends to have an age that does not look, has a foreign accent when speaking English but says he was born in Louisiana and finally no one has any idea where he could get the $ 6 million dollars that he dedicated to the filming and promotion of his opera prima, a tape that he collected on his first weekend of premiere the sum of $ 1,800 dollars at the box office!
James Franco surprises when dedicating his new film to this enigmatic Ed Wood of the 21st century, a creator who after being mocked, became a cult author for the alternative circuits of midnight shows and secret screenings. Franco does not make fun of Wiseau, on the contrary, he seems to have a certain fascination with the character, or will it be a certain solidarity? Recall that in 2013, after the presentation in Cannes of a film adapted from William Faulkner that will never be distributed commercially, a critic of The New York Post wrote “it’s like a boring collection of meaningless monologues recited by actors who do not even bother in speaking all with the same accent “And what do you think? That this movie was directed by James Franco. It seems that we can all be a disastrous artist sometimes …Enjoy Hollywood Movies updates with impelreport.
In the evening, the temperature of Toronto’s Winter Garden rose a few degrees when the charming Gael García Bernal appeared on stage, the main attraction of his new movie If You Saw His Heart (see trailer ). The debut of the young French director Joan Chemla, this story of a man trying to escape the criminal world to which he belongs, was filmed in Marseille, with professional actors (Gael shares credits with Nahuel Pérez Bizcayart, face of 120 beats per minute , Cannes 2017 grand prize) and non-professional actors of the Roma community. An interesting script, co-written with Santiago Amigorena, also a screenwriter of El viñedo unites us.Gael gives a very solid interpretation and loads almost the entire film on his shoulders. But if some sordid elements were quite right to be in the novel by Guillermo Rosales, perhaps this free adaptation to cinema could do without everything being so intensely hostile. The Mexican actor was also the special guest of the “talks with” organized by TIFF.