How You Should Watch THE ROOM - Movie Review
Today we look at what every YouTuber is obligated to look at - THE ROOM!
I wanna thank RobCom for letting me use his clip of spoons being thrown in the theatre (funny was the same theatre I saw it at, and we have the same hometown - he was #1 for search result 'throw spoons' hahaha) go check him out below;
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The Room is a 2003 American independent romantic drama film starring, written, directed, and produced by Tommy Wiseau. The film is primarily centered on a melodramatic love triangle among an amiable banker named Johnny (Wiseau), his deceptive future wife Lisa (Juliette Danielle), and his conflicted best friend Mark (Greg Sestero). A significant portion of the film is dedicated to a series of unrelated subplots, most of which involve at least one supporting character and are unresolved due to the film's inconsistent narrative structure. In an interview, included as a special feature on the DVD of the film, Wiseau briefly explains the title as alluding to the potential of a room to be the site of both good and bad events. In Sestero's book, The Disaster Artist, Wiseau recounts that the stage-play script from which the film's script is derived took place in a single room.
Ross Morin, an assistant professor of film studies at St. Cloud State University in Minnesota, United States, described The Room to Entertainment Weekly as "the Citizen Kane of bad movies". A number of notable publications have labeled it as one of the worst films ever made. Originally shown only in a limited number of California theaters, The Room quickly became a cult film due to its bizarre and unconventional storytelling and various technical and narrative flaws. Although Wiseau has retrospectively characterized the film as a black comedy, audiences have generally viewed it as a poorly made drama, a viewpoint supported by some of the film's cast.
The 2017 film The Disaster Artist, based on Sestero's book, chronicles the making of the film. Additionally, the film inspired a 2010 unofficial video game of the same name, while a spin-off film starring Wiseau and Sestero entitled Best F(r)iends is scheduled for release in 2018.