Humina humina humina.
In his latest HuffPo column on movies, Franco lavished praise on the soon-to-be-MIA-from-Hollywood Gos by way of reviewing the stud's latest collaboration with Derek Cianfrance, "The Place Beyond the Pines."
Franco might ordinarily be known for his better than you petulance, but when it comes to the "Hey Girl"-er himself, he's got the verbage of a sixteen-year-old in like. Why? Cause Gos is so freakin' dreamy, that's why.
"I loved the whole film and was engaged every moment of the way. But what I want to talk about is the first section, the Gosling section; I want to make love to this section," Franco wrote.
Some, uh, high praise indeed.
And Franco wasn't nearly as taken by the film's fellow hotties Bradley Cooper and Eva Mendes, oh no. "The rest of the film is great," he added, "but the following two sections can't hope to burn with the same intensity of the Gosling section, they're not designed that way. It's not the actors' faults, it's just that Gosling was cast as the shooting star, and he sucked up all the oxygen. I could watch that first section over and over and over and over."
You know, the last time a review had this much internet-melting power, Rex Reed became a household name.
"Burn hard baby," he concluded ... which essentially amounted to this:
Wonder what's on James Franco's Netflix queue right about now ...