Grab your spoons and footballs, because you know we are talking about The Room.
We love behind-the-scenes stories. In 2017, The Disaster Artist took us through the wild ride that was the production process behind the greatest worst movie ever made—The Room. But is that the whole story?
Released in 2003 in small theaters in Los Angeles and immediately receiving marks as the worst movie ever made, The Room still somehow managed to find its way into pop culture history.
Perhaps it was Tommy Wiseau’s unorthodox approach to filmmaking and his enthusiasm that allowed the audience to enjoy the film for what it is despite the bad acting, clunky screenwriting, and lackluster cinematography. The truth is, the movie is enjoyable for how bad it is.
If you want to enjoy the chaos that The Room has to offer, then you might be interested to learn about the questionable decisions and lack of self-awareness that made this cult classic.
Author: Alyssa Miller
This article comes from No Film School and can be read on the original site.