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Tony Gandía 4 months ago
Not bad, a bit by the numbers. Elevated by its central subject. Watch "The Room" instead.
Cesca McC 12 months ago
Fascinating, hilarious look into an extraordinary film. Excellent attention to detail.
Aaron Jones 1 year ago
Loses steam partway through but redeems itself and it's very funny and sweet
Dzenan Suljevic 1 year ago
Amazing behind the scenes story about The Room. Brilliant performances all-around.
Fernando Olivas 1 year ago
5/6 in the cringe scale
Neil Cooke 1 year ago
Almost as cringy as The Room at first, & a bit boring but worth watching for the ending.
Robyn Hamilton 1 year ago
I didn't think it was bad but for some reason found my attention wandering more than once.
nicole over 1 year ago
Such great fun, but more serious than I expected.
Luciana Ducceschi over 1 year ago
A funny film made not to make fun of Wiseau but to display his passion for a wild dream.
Miranda Wright over 1 year ago
hilarious. so accurate
Michael Cole over 1 year ago
For better or worse, Franco does an excellent job personifying Wiseau
Noah Rymer over 1 year ago
Franco's great, movie is just ok. I'd rather have just watched the room.
Dónal Kennedy over 1 year ago
Pure joy to behold. Rewards those who are in on the joke, but welcomes newcomers too.
Charlie Alcock over 1 year ago
Satisfied my inner Room fanboy whilst also being genuinely affecting.
Natasha Marchev over 1 year ago
review: http://bohemianrhapsodyclub.weebly.com/la-premiere.html
Hiram Soto 2 months ago
Milda 3 months ago
Crsn 9 months ago
Daniel McCoy 9 months ago
An aspiring actor in Hollywood meets an enigmatic stranger by the name of Tommy Wiseau, the meeting leads the actor down a path nobody could have predicted; creating the worst movie ever made.