Introduction: ‘So bad it’s good’: aesthetics, reception, and beyond

@article{MacDowell2019IntroductionB,
  title={Introduction: ‘So bad it’s good’: aesthetics, reception, and beyond},
  author={J. MacDowell and Richard Mcculloch},
  journal={Continuum},
  year={2019},
  volume={33},
  pages={643 - 652}
}
7 January 2018. Beverley Hills, California. It was the night of the 75 Golden Globe Awards, and James Franco had just been named Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy for his performance in The Disaster Artist (2017). But as he stepped up to give his acceptance speech, Franco gestured for TommyWiseau – the eccentric filmmaker he had depicted in the movie – to join him on stage. He may not have been receiving an award himself, but this was a truly astonishing moment for Wiseau, for whom the night… Expand
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