The Rotten Tomatoes Rating For 'The Disaster Artist' Is Overwhelmingly High

The new film called The Disaster Artist is getting a lot of praise from critics. The reviews are in and the movie is set to be one of the best reviewed movies in all of 2017.

By visiting Rotten Tomatoes, you can see that the film has a very positive rating of 96 percent. 68 reviews are fresh and only 3 of them are rotten.

The average score for the film is 8/10 which means most people gave it 4/5 stars. The critical consensus can be seen down below.

"Oh, hai Mark. The Disaster Artist is a surprisingly poignant and charming movie-about-a-movie that explores the creative process with unexpected delicacy."

James Franco's performance has been universally praised and there is talk that he could be nominated for an Academy Award next year. This is because he portrays the actor of Tommy Wiseau perfectly.

If you are unaware, Tommy Wiseau starred and directed in a horrible movie called 'The Room' back in 2003. It was so bad, it actually got a cult following.

The Disaster Artist is somewhat of a biopic telling us how this awful movie got made in the first place. We also get an idea on what Tommy Wiseau is like in real life.

If Franco is nominated, this will be the second time that he's been considered for an Oscar. His first Best Actor nomination occurred several years ago when he played another real life person named Aron Ralsto in the film 127 hours.

The Disaster Artist has a limited release in the USA on December 1st. It will be released in more cinemas on December 8th.

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