Do I even have to talk about The Room at this point? It’s legendary. If ever there was a Perfect Storm of a movie, it would be this one. It’s amazing on so many levels, and one of the few movies I’ve watched more than 15 times. If my copy were a VHS tape, it would be worn out by now. It’s got a cult following, the internet is full of screencaps, clips, memes, and reviews. If you haven’t seen The Room yet, you’re either new to watching these sorts of movies, or your commitment to the cause is dubious. Writing about this one could take me all day- there’s so much to talk about, point out, analyze, and reflect on that I’m not going to do any of that. The Room is worth owning, end of story.
After you’ve watched it, play the game. Then Read Greg Sestero‘s book, The Disaster Artist: My Life Inside the Room, The Greatest Bad Movie Ever Made.