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I'll say this right away - I'm a big sucker for Franco. I think the guy is great. If you feel the same way, you'll love this series!
But even you're not a fan, you'll still enjoy this funny concept. Recreating epic movie scenes and/or mashing them up with a comical twist - What's not to like?
The episodes aren't very long, about 3-5 minutes. So if you're looking for some quick entertainment this is it! I highly recommend giving "Making a Scene with James Franco" a watch and even if you end up not liking it, you've only wasted 4 minutes.
Now, go check it out..
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