Tag Archives: Zach Braff

The Disaster Artist

San Francisco, the late 1990s; 19-year-old Greg Sestero (Dave Franco) is trying to become an actor and is awestruck by the take-no-prisoners approach of the mysterious Tommy Wiseau (James Franco). The story behind The Room (2003), the cult item that’s often called the most unintentionally hilarious bad movie ever made, is pretty straightforward, as we … Continue reading The Disaster Artist

Going in Style

YOU’RE NEVER TOO OLD TO GET EVEN. After losing their pensions due to corporate restructuring, three New York City retirees (Michael Caine, Morgan Freeman, Alan Arkin) are toying with the idea of robbing a bank. The original 1979 film had a bunch of older comedians in the leads; the remake cast more prominent Hollywood stars. … Continue reading Going in Style

Oz the Great and Powerful

THE LAND YOU KNOW. THE STORY YOU DON’T. In 1905, a circus magician (James Franco) ends up in a hot-air balloon that takes him to Oz, a fantastical land, where he’s mistaken for a powerful wizard who can fight witches. It takes guts to make a prequel to one of history’s most beloved films. Sam … Continue reading Oz the Great and Powerful

The Ex

CREDIT-GRABBING, BACK-STABBING, WIFE-NABBING. JUST ANOTHER DAY AT THE OFFICE.  Tom Reilly (Zach Braff) goes to work for his father-in-law at an ad agency and starts feuding with a wheelchair-bound childhood friend (Jason Bateman) of his wife’s. One of those movies with a cast of TV personalities and a script loaded with sitcom dialogue; when so … Continue reading The Ex