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The Room (2003)

Episode #29

Wiseau-Films released The Room to two theaters on June 27, 2003. Tommy Wiseau directed the film starring Tommy Wiseau, Greg Sestero, and Juliette Danielle.

‘The Room’ 30-Second Summary

In The Room, Johnny is a successful bank executive who lives quietly in a San Francisco townhouse with his fiancée, Lisa. One day, she decides to seduce his best friend named Mark. From there, Johnny finds himself torn apart.

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Wiseau-Films released The Room to two theaters on June 27, 2003. Tommy Wiseau directed the film starring Tommy Wiseau, Greg Sestero, and Juliette Danielle.

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  1. I get that this is now part of pop culture, but trust me there are movies this bad that come out every week in LA, usually self distributed. They come and go.It’s weird that this caught on for reason. And that a major studio is now releasing a movie on the making of it! And far as its festival awards, a lot of festivals have what basically amounts to a participation award. They aren’t really awards but filmmakers will try to act like it is when they market it. I often see films that play at the Cannes film market(which is not the Cannes film festival) that market their film as having played at Cannes.

    1. Maybe it had something to do with that ad on Highland Avenue in Hollywood for 5 years that gave it more attention than the other terrible films?

  2. Apparently there is a contest for fans to recreate a scene from The Room. Winner gets a private screening. Thought this would interest Shane since he’s such a big fan. The contest is called “The Tommy”

    1. I’m going to let him know. The advertising for this film is really good. I hope the movie is too…I know you’re not a big fan though.

        1. I will go see it, but probably not in the theater. I haven’t decided. I think Chad will see it. Shane A just interviewed Greg Sestero for his work in Australia, but he hasn’t said yet if he likes the film or not.

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