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The Room

Directed by: Tommy Wiseau | 2003 | 1h 39m | Rated R

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O Cinema Wynwood

90 NW 29th Street, Miami (305) 571-9970

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• General Admission – $11.00
• Student / Senior – $9.50
• Members – $7.50

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Oh, Hi! Help us celebrate the upcoming release of James Franco’s eagerly-anticipated adaptation of THE DISASTER ARTIST with a couple special screenings of everyone’s favorite so-bad-it’s-f*ckin’-awesome film, THE ROOM!

THE ROOM is a cinematic experience unlike anything you have ever seen – an electrifying, soul-searing explosion of love, passion, betrayal and lies, starring the truly unique writer/director Tommy Wiseau as Johnny, a successful, happy-go-lucky banker with a great job, cool friends and even a girlfriend he hopes will someday be “The One.” But wait! Cruel fate is lurking around every corner, and before you can say “Oh, hi doggie!,” drugs, deception, soft-core sex and a cheating heart begin to unravel Johnny’s life. Our hero is soon trapped by vicious betrayals from everyone around him and he must find a way out before he is torn apart! The ultimate cinematic car crash from which you will definitely NOT want to look away, THE ROOM is a cult sensation that is hilariously awful and borderline surreal in ways that can only be explained by sheer artistic madness. From its gloriously wooden dialogue to its bizarre green screen depiction of San Francisco to its unsettling obsession with spoons, footballs and breast cancer, THE ROOM is a film so deeply insane it must be seen to be disbelieved.

“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.”
– VARIETY

“One of the only films from the whole of the 21st Century to live up to every fragment of its hype.”
– AGONY AND ECSTASY

“If there is a 21st-century Edward D. Wood Jr., it is probably Tommy Wiseau.”
– FLAVORWIRE

“To make a movie that’s so bad it’s good you need vision, drive, luck and obsessive vanity. Fortuitously, The Room’s writer/producer/director/star Tommy Wiseau appears to possess all of these qualities, combined with a total lack of acting talent.”
– GUARDIAN