Matt und Kate haben ein alleinstehendes Haus gekauft. Während des Einzugs entdecken sie einen seltsamen Raum, in dem sich all ihre materiellen Wünsche. Not only did I get a Tommy Wiseau headshot inside the case, but the film had so many more surprises in store that had somehow escaped spoiler to me through all. Johnny (Tommy Wiseau) ist ein erfolgreicher Geschäftsmann dessen Leben perfekt scheint. Er lebt in einem großen Haus mit seiner Traumfrau, Lisa (Juliette Danielle), und die beiden führen eine intensive emotionale Beziehung, die geprägt ist durch.
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Carolyn Minnott Claudette. Philip Haldiman Denny. Robyn Paris Michelle. Teck Holmes Mike. Dan Janjigian Chris R. Kyle Vogt Peter. Greg Ellery Steven.
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Tommy Wiseau Executive Producer. Mladen Milicevic Original Music. Todd Barron Cinematographer. Eric Chase Film Editor. Chloe Lietzke Casting. Kendra Hollaway Art Direction.
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I had been holding out on watching The Room for a long time, but upon the release of The Disaster Artist, I felt it was the right time to divulge into the madness.
And make no mistake, the film does not disappoint. This is easily one of the worst films ever made, if not the worst. But unlike many horrible films I have seen, there's a certain amount of undeniable enjoyment here.
I know Tommy Wiseau has come out and said the film was purposefully comedic and should be considered a "dark comedy", but there's no way most of this film was this intentionally bad.
Either way, there are so many memorably awful and funny things to come out of this. First off, unless it was just my copy of the DVD from the library, but it sure seemed like the words spoken and the timing of the characters mouth's moving were not linked up for most of the film.
But that's the only major technical issue I noticed with the movie. Speaking of which, how in god's name did this film cost 6 million dollars to make?
There's no action, shouldn't be any special effects, nor green screen scenes though apparently Wiseau did actually do some of that.
Why would this film cost that much? An even better question may be how the heck he came up with 6 million on his own to produce this? At any rate, The Room is one of the most fun mistakes Hollywood has ever produced.
I'm already looking at YouTube constantly for these short clips from the film that make absolutely no sense to fulfill my entertainment for that particular moment.
It's no wonder why James Franco was able to come up with an entire film worth of ideas and moments to make The Disaster Artist a success.
Thomas D Super Reviewer. Dec 07, I won't deny that The Room is a bad movie, but it's so fantastically entertaining and watchable albeit for all the wrong reasons that it surpasses most films in my list of favorites.
Sean T Super Reviewer. Mar 29, This is the best worst movie ever made. It is filled with hilariously bad acting and incredibly crappy dialogue.
The movie truly shows the range of a man who thinks that his ideas are good, but from the very first scene in this movie, you quickly get the feeling that something is horribly wrong.
The movie continues and at a point you really get the urge to scratch your own eyes out because of the laughably horrible scenes in this horrifying masterpiece.
Lasse G Super Reviewer. Mar 07, Behold, ladies and gentlemen, the new Ed Wood of the 21st century, a guy so laughably inept in just about everything his acting is atrocious that he made me even feel sorry for him - but then I only need to think about how misogynist this awful movie is to not care anymore.
Carlos M Super Reviewer. In The Disaster Artist , Sestero recalls that Wiseau planned a subplot in which Johnny was revealed to be a vampire because of Wiseau's fascination with the creatures.
Principal photography lasted four months. The many rooftop sequences were shot on the soundstage, and exteriors of San Francisco were greenscreened in.
The film employed over people, and Wiseau is credited as an actor, writer, producer, director, and executive producer. Other executive producer credits include Chloe Lietzke and Drew Caffrey.
According to Sestero, Lietzke was Wiseau's ESL tutor and had no involvement in the film, and Caffrey, who had been an entrepreneurial mentor to Wiseau, died in In a February 11, Entertainment Weekly article, Schklair announced that he desired credit for directing The Room.
Schklair told EW that Wiseau became too engrossed with his acting duties to direct the film properly and asked him to "tell the actors what to do, and yell 'Action' and 'Cut' and tell the cameraman what shots to get.
The story is corroborated by one of the film's actors who requested anonymity and by Sestero in The Disaster Artist. I don't know, probably only in America it can happen, this kind of stuff"; he similarly implied that Schklair's abandoning of the film during filming was justification for not receiving such a credit.
The Room is considered to be semi-autobiographical as it draws on specific incidents from Wiseau's own life, such as the details of how Johnny came to San Francisco and met Lisa, and the nature of Johnny and Mark's friendship.
Sestero further postulates that Wiseau based Lisa's explicit conniving on the character Tom Ripley , after Wiseau had a profound emotional reaction to the film The Talented Mr.
Ripley , and matches elements of its three main characters to those in The Room ; Sestero has likewise indicated that the character Mark was named for the Ripley actor Matt Damon , whose first name Wiseau had misheard.
The script is characterized by numerous inexplicable mood and personality shifts in characters. In analyzing the film's abrupt tone shifts, Sestero highlighted two scenes in particular.
In the first scene, Johnny enters the rooftop in the middle of a tirade about being wrongfully accused of domestic abuse, only to become abruptly cheerful upon seeing Mark; a few moments later, he laughs inappropriately upon learning that a friend of Mark's had been severely beaten.
On set, Sestero and script supervisor Sandy Schklair repeatedly tried to convince Wiseau that the line should not be delivered as comical, but Wiseau refused to refrain from laughing.
In addition to being rife with continuity errors, the film has several plots, subplots and character details whose inconsistencies have been commented on by critics and audiences.
I definitely have breast cancer. Beyond being Johnny's friend, Mark's background receives no exposition; when he is first introduced he claims to be "very busy" while sitting in a parked car in the middle of the day, with no explanation ever given as to his occupation or what he was doing.
Wiseau dismissed adding any reference to Mark's past to the script. At one point, the principal male characters congregate in an alley behind Johnny's apartment to play catch with a football while wearing tuxedos.
When Mark arrives, he is revealed to have shaved his beard, and the camera slowly zooms in on his face while dramatic music plays on the soundtrack.
Nothing that is said or occurs during the scene has any effect on the plot; the scene ends abruptly when the men decide to return to Johnny's apartment after Peter trips.
The film was promoted almost exclusively through a single billboard in Hollywood, located on Highland Avenue just north of Fountain, featuring an image Wiseau refers to as "Evil Man": an extreme close-up of his own face with one eye in mid-blink.
So we feel that people should see The Room. Wiseau additionally arranged a screening for the cast and the press at one of the venues, renting a spotlight to sit in front of the theater and arriving in a limousine.
Actress Robyn Paris described the audience laughing at the film, and Variety reporter Scott Foundas, who was also in attendance, would later write that the film prompted "most of its viewers to ask for their money back—before even 30 minutes [had] passed.
Kelly 's Trapped in the Closet. The Room was panned by critics for its poor acting particularly Wiseau's , screenplay, dialogue, production values, score, direction, and cinematography.
The film is described by several publications as one of the worst films ever made. The site's critical consensus reads, "A bona-fide classic of midnight cinema, Tommy Wiseau's misguided masterpiece subverts the rules of filmmaking with a boundless enthusiasm that renders such mundanities as acting, screenwriting, and cinematography utterly irrelevant.
You will never see a football the same way again. In a interview for a Vox video, The Disaster Artist co-writer Tom Bissell explained his views on The Room ' s popularity, as well as his personal enjoyment of the film, by noting that: .
It is like a movie made by an alien who has never seen a movie, but has had movies thoroughly explained to him. There's not often that a work of film has every creative decision that's made in it on a moment-by-moment basis seemingly be the wrong one.
Do I think it's a good movie? Do I think it's a strong movie that moves me on the level that art usually moves me? Absolutely not.
But I can't say it's bad because it's so watchable. It's so fun. It's brought me so much joy. How can something that's bad do those things for me?
After treating the screening as his "own private Mystery Science Theater ", Rousselet began encouraging friends to join him for future showings to mock the film, starting a word-of-mouth campaign that resulted in about attending the film's final screening.
Rousselet and his friends saw the film "four times in three days," and it was in these initial screenings that many of The Room traditions were born, such as the throwing of spoons and footballs during the film.
After the film was pulled from theaters, those who had attended the final showing began e-mailing Wiseau telling him how much they had enjoyed the film.
Encouraged by the volume of messages he received, Wiseau booked a single midnight screening of The Room in June , which proved successful enough that Wiseau booked a second showing in July, and a third in August.
These screenings proved to be even more successful, and were followed by monthly screenings on the last Saturday of the month, which began selling out and continued up until the theatre was sold in Kristen Bell acquired a film reel and hosted private viewing parties;  Veronica Mars creator Rob Thomas would also slip references into episodes of Mars "as much as possible.
The film had regular showings in many theaters worldwide, with many as a monthly event. Wiseau sits directly in front of a fireplace, with a mantle cluttered by various props from the film;  next to him sits a large framed theatrical poster for the film.
A few of Wiseau's answers are dubbed in, although it is evident that the dubbed responses match what he was originally saying.
Wiseau fails to answer several of the questions, instead offering non sequiturs. Among the outtakes included on the Blu-ray is an alternate version of the Chris-R scene, set in a back alley; instead of tossing a football, Denny is playing basketball and attempts to get the drug dealer to "shoot some H-O-R-S-E " with him to distract him from the debt.
Another bonus feature on the Blu-ray is a more than half-hour long fly-on-the-wall style documentary about the making of The Room.
The documentary includes no narration, very little dialogue, and only one interview with cast member Carolyn Minnott , and consists largely of clips of the crew preparing to shoot.
Wiseau announced plans in April for a 3D version of The Room , scanned from the 35mm negative. The Room was uploaded to YouTube by Wiseau on September 21, ,  but was removed the day afterwards.
The book, titled The Disaster Artist , was published in October Filming began December 7, A Canadian documentary about the film, titled Room Full of Spoons and directed by Rick Harper, was initially given a brief theatrical release in April However, the film was pulled from theaters and plans for a wide release in conjunction with the release of The Disaster Artist were hampered when it became the subject of legal proceedings by Wiseau, who claimed copyright infringement and defamation.
In September , Newgrounds owner Tom Fulp released a Flash game tribute, in the form of a bit styled adventure game played entirely from Johnny's point of view.
The game's artwork was provided by staff member Jeff "JohnnyUtah" Bandelin, with music transcribed by animator Chris O'Neill from the Mladen Milicevic score and soundtrack.
Wiseau reprised his role of Johnny and was joined by Sestero playing the role of Mark. In , Wiseau mentioned plans for a Broadway adaptation of the film,  in which he would appear only on opening night: "It will be similar to what you see in the movie, except it will be musical.
As well as, you will see So, the decision have to be made at the time when we actually doing choreography, 'cause I'll be doing choreography, as well I'll be in it only one time, that's it, as Johnny.
A Mockumentary. The work builds on the backstory of the film, particularly the character of Denny and his relationship with Chris-R.
In , Oh Hi, Johnny! The work explores if Tommy Wiseau actually made a stage adaptation of The Room. Two scenes from The Room are featured during the episode.
Adult Swim broadcast the movie three times from to as part of their April Fools' Day programming. In , they showed the first 20 seconds of it before switching to Toonami for the remainder of the night.
The spoof also features a cameo from Jon Hamm. In , the film was mocked on the Internet comedy series Nostalgia Critic , which highlighted the film's bad acting and writing, but encouraged viewers to see the movie: "It truly is one of those films you have to see to believe.
It was replaced by a short video titled " The Tommy Wi-Show", in which host Doug Walker, dressed as Wiseau, mocked the threatened legal actions.
The main review was later reinstated. In , Greg DeLiso and Peter Litvin directed and produced a video titled "The Room Rap", telling the story of The Room 's production while mocking the green screen work and sub-par acting found in the movie.
She also goes on to state that Tommy Wiseau is actually an alien criminal wanted by the Guardians of the Galaxy.
The Sunday, July 5, , installment of Amy Dickinson 's advice column Ask Amy unwittingly featured a hoax letter that derived its situational premise from The Room and, even after being edited for publication, retained phrases from the film's dialogue;  Dickinson addressed the hoax in the following Saturday's edition of July 11 of the National Public Radio comedy and quiz show Wait Wait Don't Tell Me!
Comic  of the online comic xkcd , which appeared July 28, , presented a satirical equivalence between Wiseau and still-unidentified hijacker D.
Cooper , with comparisons between the money, age, and speaking style of the two, and speculated on a connection between Wiseau's background and Cooper's fate.
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Running time. Tommy Wiseau as Johnny, a successful banker who is engaged to Lisa. Greg Sestero as Mark, Johnny's best friend, who is having an affair with Lisa.
Philip Haldiman as Denny, a young college student who is financially and emotionally supported by Johnny. Carolyn Minnott as Claudette, Lisa's mother.
Robyn Paris as Michelle, Lisa's best friend and personal advisor. Scott Holmes as Mike, Michelle's boyfriend. Dan Janjigian as Chris-R, a drug dealer who threatens Denny.
Mladen Milicevic. Tommy's life study of human interaction had been put into a Final Draft blender and sprinkled with the darkness of whatever he'd been living through over the last nine months.
The one thing Tommy's script wasn't about, despite its characters' claims? I had a sobering, sad, and powerful realization: our friendship was the most human experience Tommy had had in the last few years.
Maybe ever. The happy news was that whatever Tommy had been running from, he'd managed to turn and face it down in his script.
Instead of killing himself, he wrote himself out of danger. He did this by making his character [Johnny] the one spotless human being amid chaos, lies and infidelity.
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