James Franco has won rave reviews for his work on “The Disaster Artist.”
The real pleasure in “The Disaster Artist” resides in the way that it blurs the lines between the genuine Hollywood product and trashier amateur work.
Despite some potentially interesting playwriting tricks, “Meteor Shower,” mostly just crashes and burns.
“Self-aware regarding his own lack of self-awareness, James Franco is, if anything, all too qualified to take on the role of Tommy Wiseau.”
“The charts are utterly devoid of Jewish shows, and emerging podcasting platforms have yet to express any interest in developing them.”
“The occupation registers predominately in the ways it makes life worse,” Daniel Witkin writes of a new documentary about the occupied territories.
Michael Showalter might not be the person you’d expect to find behind an ambitious new noir.
“Three Billboards” is a masterpiece that makes us wonder what a public accusation is actually worth.
The balance of comedy, suspense, and pathos extended throughout “Finding Frances,” is the most ambitious high-wire act in a series full of them.
Making people laugh was the most important thing in my life until my son was born. With the diagnosis, it dropped in importance,” Smigel said.
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