Spoons, Footballs, And Suits: The Best Way To Watch The Room
The Room, Tommy Wiseau’s classic of so-bad-it’s-good cinema, was originally released in 2003 and emerged a few years later as a cult classic, and the most significant midnight movie in American culture since the rise of the Rocky Horror Picture Show 30 years before.
The Disaster Artist, director James Franco’s treatment of the making of The Room, is now in theaters, with an national expansion set for this weekend, and the early reviews and reception have been almost completely positive, with most critics and viewers believing that Franco has nailed Wiseau’s one-of-a-kind energy.
While the Franco film stands up on its own, it ...
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