Franco delivers one of the most infamous lines from The Room. Or at least tries to.
A comedy of 14th-century repression that’s at its best when it digs a little deeper.
James Franco’s tale of the production of The Room is a loving, referential tribute.
The story of Tommy Wiseau’s historically awful “black comedy.”
Father and son duel is soundtracked by Taylor Swift in first look at the next LEGO movie.
Cranston reverts to his pre-Breaking Bad days as a hapless sitcom dad.
An adaptation of Steve Erickson’s 2007 novel.
Emma Roberts and Dave Franco try to survive in a social media world gone mad.
The sequel to the sleeper hit lands closer to its mark when it’s not in the universe-building business.
A comedy sequel with a surprising amount to say, that also just isn’t very funny.
It’s like David Fincher’s The Game meets 21 & Over with a touch of The Purge.
We will soon live in a world that can watch a NYSM trilogy.