Overall Rank: 42993
Average Rating: 1.2/4
# of Ratings: 29
Theatrical Release Date: 02/19/2005
Genre: Drama, Romance
MPAA Rating: R
Director: Tommy Wiseau
Actors: Tommy Wiseau, Juliette Danielle, Greg Sestero, Robyn Paris, Philip Haldiman, Carolyn Minnott
Plot: Tommy Wiseau's directorial debut features himself as the main character, Johnny, in his darkest hour. The bank he works for steals his idea and doesn't give him a promotion; his girlfriend Lisa doesn't love him anymore and cheats on him with his best friend; and Johnny is really ugly. There are various other subplots that are introduced but never explored in this gem of a film. -- Dylan
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Hurricane2000 - wrote on 01/20/2020
BEST WORST MOVIE EVER!!! The Room is the absolute best example of “So bad, It’s good”, With many classic lines such as “YOU ARE TEARING ME APART LISA!!!”. The Room truly is a cinematic masterpiece XD. Rating: Rotten
Logan D. McCoy - wrote on 06/17/2019
The best of the worst, all those bizarre things people say about Tommy Wiseau's "The Room" are 100% accurate. Masterpiece? No. But an ambition cult-status classic? For sure. A rating on a movie like this is meaningless.
splintspiderman - wrote on 09/30/2018
This movie is hilarious. How boring do you have to be to give this the lowest possible rating? On a technical level, yes it is awful. However, The Room is much more entertaining than a lot of technically brilliant movies. The Room is memorable and extremely quotable. The making of this film is almost as interesting as the movie itself. Highly recommended to any film fan.
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Indyfreak - wrote on 06/14/2015
This is one of the most infamous cult movies of the past twenty years due to being so reputedly terrible. And it is but the worst part is that it's not that fun to watch. It's actually surprisingly boring at times. The most famous moments that have earned notoriety on the internet and beyond are still worth seeing in full context with the nonexistent plot (written by star and director Tommy Wiseau himself!). Audiences that aren't falling asleep will likely be angry at the thinly veiled misogyny as represented by Juliette Danielle's frightfully bitchy role as Wiseau's adulterous fiance. Greg Sestero plays Wiseau's friend Mark (supposedly in honor of Matt Damon) and Philip Haldiman is the relentlessly creepy next-door neighbor Denny who's either a retard or a serial killer or both. He'll …
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