• The Room (2003)

The Room

Release Date: June 27th, 2003

R |1 hr 39 min

Plot Summary

A successful banker's (Tommy Wiseau) fiancee (Juliette Danielle) tempts and manipulates his best friend (Greg Sestero).

Cast: Tommy Wiseau, Juliette Danielle, Greg Sestero, Carolyn Minnott, Philip Haldiman, Robyn Paris, Teck Holmes, Dan Janjigian

Director: Tommy Wiseau

Genres: Drama

Production Co: TPW Films, Chloe Productions, Wiseau-Films

Ratings & Reviews

  • 75
    Ken FoxTV Guide Magazine

    Winner of the John Cassavetes Award for Best Feature Under $500K at the 2006 Independent Spirit Awards, Henry's film is beautifully shot and extraordinarily well acted by Williams. show more

  • 0
    Roger MooreMovie Nation

    That’s the trick to making a cult film. It can’t just be bad, it has to be memorably so, and The Room is. show more

  • 25
    Chicago Tribune

    Williams does a fine job with her role. I was pulling for her throughout her dreary journey. It's too bad it didn't get anywhere. show more

  • 10
    Scott FoundasVariety

    The Room marks the writing-directing-acting debut of Tommy Wiseau, who's not just one of the most unusual looking and sounding (with an unidentifiable Eastern European accent) leading men ever to grace the screen, but a narcissist nonpareil whose movie makes Vincent Gallo's "The Brown Bunny" seem the apotheosis of cinematic self-restraint. show more

  • 12
    Bill StametsChicago Sun-Times

    You can laugh at lines like: "Hey, everybody, let's go inside and eat some cake"; "Leave your stupid comments in your pocket!"; "Man, I just can't figure women out. Sometimes they're just too smart. Sometimes they're flat out stupid. Other times they're just evil." In Wiseau's worldview, if "The Room" were a woman, she wouldn't be "evil" or "too smart." That leaves "flat-out stupid." [12 Feb 2012, p.B2]

  • 75
    V.A. MusettoNew York Post

    The plot of the indie feature Room is, shall we say, sketchy. But that's a minor annoyance thanks to a gutsy performance by Cyndi Williams and vibrating cinematography by P.J. Raval. show more

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