Okay, I just recently seen this movie because people have told me it's so freakishly bad that you'd have to see it to believe it. well, they were right. This film wasn't just bad, but it was s***! Seriously, the only thing that I enjoyed about the film was that I could easily make fun of it while watching how piss poor it was. By the way, you can expect me to review that one too in the future on here, as I have a LOT to say about this movie too, but I'll save most of my thoughts for the hub. Anyway, what are you're thoughts on...THE ROOM? Is it truly the worst film of all time in your mind? Or do you think not?
By the way, here's a link to one of the scenes on youtube to show you how piss poor the acting is in this film, as this guy, Tommy Wiseau (who not only starred in it, he directed, written, produced and executive produced this piece of crap), makes actors like Stallone, Van Damme, Seagal and Hulk Hogan look like great actors by comparison. Trust me, it's that bad.
I'll say. I think acting teachers should take this clip and use it an example to show aspiring actors how NOT to act in a movie. Hell, I've seen middle school plays that offer better acting than that scene.