A pretty funny movie, but I couldn’t help but feel like it could’ve been a lot more. This is an interesting look at how it might’ve been to be on the set of the most infamously bad film of all time, and James Franco is extremely good as the man behind the madness. As a director, he’s decent, but nothing to write home about. Still, it feels like parts of the story were missing, that there was so much more material that could’ve made it into the film, but was cut, for whatever reason. Also, the ending, if anyone knows anything about the real event, is not even close to how it actually happened, which, to say the least, is very distracting. This is a very entertaining and well-made film, but I feel with a little tweaking, and some added scenes, I think this could’ve been something truly fantastic.