It's so horrendous, if someone had intentionally tried to make a bad movie, they probably wouldn't be able to make something nearly this dreadful. And of course, The Room now has a cult following.
The "best worst movie" ever made, The Room (2003) plays its monthly date at the Royal Cinema (College west of Bathurst) [in Toronto] this weekend. But this time before the movie will be a 20-minute Q&A period with the film's writer-director-star Tommy Wiseau, and his co-star Greg Sestero, both LIVE in person!
It's a rare opportunity to see this staggeringly incompetent romantic melodrama -- part soap-opera, part sitcom, part softcore -- in the bewildering presence of the International Man of Mystery (or, if you prefer, the "half-drunk Croatian cyborg") who gave the world the immortal words, "You are tearing me apart, Lisa!"
It's $15 in advance, $20 at the door. Here's the info: