The Disaster Artist
by Toby Woollaston
“I did not hit her! I did naaht! Oh, hai Mark.”—a line immortalised by Tommy Wiseau, arguably the worst director ever to helm a multi-million dollar film. The Disaster Artist tells the true story of the making of his film, The Room, which has been lauded by “fans” as the greatest bad movie ever made. The result is like watching a clown getting shot—an uneasy mix of tragedy and comedy and if there was a bastard-child of Tim Burton’s Ed Wood biopic and Kirk Lazarus (Robert Downey Jr.) from Tropic Thunder, then this’d be it.
Read the full review for the NZ Herald here.