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, 1h44Directed by James FrancoOrigin USAGenres Drama
, CrimeActors James Franco
, Tim Blake Nelson
, Jim Parrack
, Scott HazeRating
55% Set in mountainous Sevier County, Tennessee, in the 1950s, Child of God tells the story of Lester Ballard. Ballard is a dispossessed, violent man whom the narrator describes as "a child of God much like yourself perhaps." Ballard's life is a disastrous attempt to exist outside the social order. Successively deprived of parents and homes, and with few other ties, Ballard descends literally and figuratively to the level of a cave dweller, as he falls deeper into crime and degradation.
, 1h41Directed by James FrancoOrigin USAGenres DramaActors Jon Hamm
, Dave Franco
, James Franco
, Seth Rogen
, Joey King
, Tim Blake NelsonRating
48% The film focuses on the Compson Family, and their struggles to adjust to the changing society of the 20th century Deep South, told from four different perspectives: the mentally handicapped Benjy Compson, the fragile intellectual Quentin, the vile Jason and his family's old black servant, Dilsey.
, 1h32Directed by James FrancoOrigin USAGenres Drama
, HorrorActors James FrancoRating
46% Human resources drone and put-upon family man Harry imagines he could be the next Dostoyevsky if he could just get a little peace and quiet. When he moves into his own apartment to craft his masterpiece, his solitude is broken by an unexpected roommate—a foul-mouthed, Hawaiian shirt-wearing gorilla (Brian Lally), eager to share his opinions on life, love, and animal magnetism.
Directed by James FrancoOrigin USAGenres DramaActors Josh Hutcherson
, Tim Blake Nelson
, Courtney Love
, Timothy Tarquin Hutton
, Giancarlo Esposito
, James FrancoSet in rural 1940s Tennessee, a young man, Nathan Winer (Hutcherson), lands a job building a "honky-tonk" bar for a charismatic, scheming bootlegger, unaware that the man had murdered his father ten years earlier.
, 1h39Directed by James FrancoOrigin USAGenres Drama
, HistoricalThemes Films about writers
, Films about sexuality
, LGBT-related films
, LGBT-related filmActors James Franco
, Michael Shannon
, Dave FrancoRating
52% The film begins with a plot structure based on a progression of chapters titled as "Voyages" in Hart Crane's life loosely related to Crane's lyric poem of the same name. In the first "Voyages", a depiction is made of an early attempt by Crane to take his own life. Among the other opening "Voyages", the audience is also shown depictions of several same sex relationships which Crane had throughout his lifetime in semi-graphic portrayal consistent with the film's rating. Crane's life is shown progressing through the various "Voyages" in the film, largely portrayed through his troubled relationship with the father, his close relationship to his mother, and his frustrating relationship to his job in advertising as a copyrighter in New York City. In the final "Voyages", Crane's difficult relationship to alcoholism is depicted, ending with his final "Voyage" on a small cruise ship at sea in the vicinity of Mexico where Crane ended his life by his own hand.