Lisa will tear you apart.
There are no words in my version of the English language which can accurately describe writer/director/star Tommy Wiseau's impossibly surreal 2003 romanatic drama The Room to anyone who has not yet experienced the film for themselves. Perceived unintentional humor abounds, highlighted by a deliriously entertaining albeit undeniably awful performance from its creepy long-haired creator and a plothole-riddled script that appears to have been haphazardly conceived by a classroom full of melodramatic second-graders who spent several weeks studying old episodes of All My Children. As genuinely awful as this whole mess may seem, you'll soon discover that it's actually quite difficult to despise The Room and its quirky inhabitants, especially once that bottomless collection of memorable one-liners, awkward sex scenes, and cheap R&B tunes works its way deep into your impressionable little brain. However, despite the miles of cinematic ineptitude laced throughout the picture, one can't help but wonder if this hilariously foul affair is some sort of bizarre experiment perpetrated by a savvy group of demented sketch comics with a decidedly warped sense of humor and the uncanny ability to hide their self-awareness. Either way, The Room is a blast from beginning to end. Watch it with someone you love, but remember to keep a cassette tape in your breast pocket in order to record damning conversations. Read more about the film by clicking right here.
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Dealing With Dealers: If you catch a thug shaking down your friend, immediately escort the villain to the police.
But don't gang up on Denny, okay? Gee whiz.