The Disaster Artist

You probably know a few movies that fit into the mould of “it’s so bad, it’s good,” and then there’s The Room, a chamber play about an inarticulate innocent that thinks he’s found love and friendship only to be betrayed by his best friend and his fiancee. To say that The Room is “so bad, it’s good” is an insult to bad movies, because The Room is well and truly a disaster. Hence The Disaster Artist, a book written by Greg Sestero about the production of the film, and its enigmatic creator, Tommy Wiseau. As you’ve probably heard, there’s now a movie based on it.  (more…)