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Synopsis

Johnny is a successful banker who lives happily in a San Francisco townhouse with his fiancée, Lisa. One day, inexplicably, she gets bored with him and decides to seduce his best friend, Mark. From there, nothing will be the same again.

Cast

  • Tommy Wiseau
  • Juliette Danielle
  • Greg Sestero
  • Philip Haldiman
  • Carolyn Minnott
  • Robyn Paris
  • Mike Holmes
  • Dan Janjigian
  • Kyle Vogt
  • Greg Ellery

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Trivia

  • Shot simultaneously on 35 mm film and high-definition video. Tommy Wiseau was confused about the differences between the formats, so he used both cameras on the same mount. He also purchased the cameras, instead of renting them as film productions usually do.
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Goofs

  • The lighter on the rooftop moves on its own.
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Quotes

    • Mike: Did you, uh, know... that chocolate... is the symbol of love?
    • Michelle: Mmm... feed me.
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Metacritic

12

You can laugh at lines like: Hey, everybody, let's go inside and eat some cake; Leave your stupid comments in your pocket!; Man, I just can't figure women out. Sometimes they're just too smart. Sometimes they're flat out stupid. Other times they're just evil. In Wiseau's worldview, if The Room were a woman, she wouldn't be evil or too smart. That leaves flat-out stupid. [12 Feb 2012, p.B2]

Metacritic review by Bill Stamets
Bill Stamets
Chicago Sun-Times
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That’s the trick to making a cult film. It can’t just be bad, it has to be memorably so, and The Room is.

Metacritic review by Roger Moore
Roger Moore
Movie Nation
10

The Room marks the writing-directing-acting debut of Tommy Wiseau, who's not just one of the most unusual looking and sounding (with an unidentifiable Eastern European accent) leading men ever to grace the screen, but a narcissist nonpareil whose movie makes Vincent Gallo's The Brown Bunny seem the apotheosis of cinematic self-restraint.

Metacritic review by Scott Foundas
Scott Foundas
Variety