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James Franco plays disastrous guessing game

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Just to make you feel better about being awful at guessing games, actor/writer/director/poet/fireman/lawyer/beekeeper James Franco showed himself to be a bit of a dud when it came to playing up against Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show last night.

Not that Fallon fared much better though.

The two were playing a "5-second summary" game where they had to take it in turns to describe a film in just five seconds. Both failed. Miserably.

Have a look at both parts here:

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