#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – In San Francisco, we follow Johnny, a man who has a girlfriend, Lisa, and also his best friend, Mark. Lisa has been cheating on Johnny with Mark and Johnny doesn’t know! Will Johnny ever find out? Will Mark still be Johnny’s best friend?
Plot: Johnny is a successful banker with great respect for and dedication to the people in his life, especially his future wife Lisa. The happy-go-lucky guy sees his world being torn apart when his friends begin to betray him one-by-one.
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After seeing the Disaster Artist, I had to see this movie! HORRIBLE! Laughing my ass off but HORRIBLE! Good for you Tommy! Live thendream!!! Still laughing that I’m really watching this! Kind of like a porn movie without the porn!!!
Everybody knows _The Room_ is bad. That’s like, the whole thing. But anybody who says its badness is self-aware is a liar. It’s regular bad. It’s regular fucking awful. Genuinely, the movies my peers in film class were making when I was **fifteen** are better than _The Room_. Before you say it, yes I did watch The Room in a group, and no I didn’t enjoy it.
_Final rating:½ – So bad it’s offensive. I may never fully recover._
“I DID NAAAAGHT! Oh hi, Mark.”
Johnny, a man thanks to whom a bank makes lots of money, did not get his promotion but he’s way too busy trying to be American by throwing footballs around at any given opportunity to really mind that. And he’s also about to get married to Lisa who’s in some computer business of some kind but she’s having an affair with Mark, Johnny’s best friend, who does not want to hurt Johnny but clearly can’t help himself. Danny, Johnny and Lisa’s young sexually confused neighbour who has problems of his own somewhat related to drugs and football fetching, doesn’t suspect a thing although he’s always hovering about and is also in love with Lisa but would rather watch Lisa and Johnny in bed when he’s not fetching Johnny’s balls. The only person who knows what is afoot between Johnny and Lisa is Lisa’s mother who begs her daughter to come to her senses but in vain since no one listens to her and… she’s dying… since she DEFINITELY has breast cancer (which is okay since “they’re curing people everyday”). Confused? Well don’t be…
And welcome to the wondrous world of “The Room”. This is a world from the breathtaking lack of imagination of Tommy Wiseau, the least appealing man ever to walk this Earth; a world where people play football in tuxedo, have the same conversations again and again due to their 5 minutes memory, make babies by humping belly buttons in the middle of rose petals and finally enter and exit places without any other reason than to do just that.
Indeed, this is probably one of the worst film ever made but as opposed to any other cinematic turd, this one is hardly ever dull (except for the “sex” scenes maybe), the aimless plot driven through one stupidity to the other by the on-par grammar-school writing delivering gems galore (“I’m so happy I have you as my best friend and I love Lisa so much”, “I’m tired. I’m wasted. I love you darling”), the final broth served by inept performances (for want of a better word) from its cast. This is truly the most inspired disaster ever committed to screen.
But what I find the most interesting about the “The Room” is its maker Tommy Wiseau. “The Room” is a window into his confused psyche because make no mistake folks: Tommy IS Johnny. And what are we told about Johnny? Well that “he’s very caring about the people in his life”, provides for his girlfriend, “is very sensitive”, “doesn’t drink”, “has a very secure situation” and has nice pecs. Quite a catch wouldn’t you say ladies? On paper possibly… Because everything about his persona seems phoney: his accent which is a mix of anyone’s that ever walk this planet whom couldn’t speak English, his over-sized suit, his dark, long and way too greasy hair, his geriatric body posture, his re-shaped and re-muddled face and, above all, his completely dry and humourless laughter (and not in a sarcastic way either). Such a penchant for dissimulation is downright creepy and I must admit, the physical repulsion he exerts on me is the stuff fascination is made of.
The fact that “The Room” has gathered such a cult following is no surprise. In the oh-so jaded times we’re living in, celebrating the mediocre, talentless and pointless have become all the rage with the recipient of the mockery confusing infamy with fame. There is something both pathetic and a little unsettling about how Tommy Wiseau regards the cynical interests his movie has attracted for a genuine recognition of his talent.
Mind you, I suppose Mr Wiseau can take pride in the fact that “The Room” will go down in Cinema history. But as what?
I watched with my mouth open…
If anyone actually watched this movie and walked out with just the notion that it was a “bad movie” they have absolutely no sense of humor… This movie is not a “bad movie,” it is by far the worst movie ever made, and absolutely hilarious… It’s not like bad movie hilarious where there’s some really funny parts (funny for being bad) and the rest is boring… It’s absolutely non-stop… My mouth dropped open and literally stayed that way for most of the movie… The sex scene, the completely nonsense drug dealer side story, the dialogue (“Hi, Doggy”), and best of all were Mark’s attempts to stop Lisa from having sex with him (“hey… wait a minute… what are you doing… no, we can’t do that”)… I’m just happy I got a chance to see it, especially with a crowd of people that also “got it” … I can’t wait for the DVD…
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 39 min (99 min)
Director Tommy Wiseau
Writer Tommy Wiseau
Actors Tommy Wiseau, Juliette Danielle, Greg Sestero, Philip Haldiman
Awards 1 win.
Production Company Chloe Productions, Wiseau-Films, TPW Films
Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Arriflex 35 BL4, Panasonic HDX-900
Laboratory Crest National, Hollywood (CA), USA (color by)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm (Kodak), Video (HD)
Cinematographic Process DVCPRO HD (720p/24), Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm