Saturday, January 16, 2010
Art House Productions (1 McWilliams Place, 6th Floor, corner Erie/8th):
presents Movies Under the Drop Ceiling
Featuring “the Citizen Kane of bad movies”
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6TH AT 8PM
(Throwing popcorn at the screen is necessary and encouraged)
Baked Goods available for purchase by
About “THE ROOM”
From WIKIPEDIA: The Room is a 2003 independent film written and directed by its star, Tommy Wiseau, who is also credited on screen as both the movie's producer and executive producer…The Room tells the melodramatic story of a love triangle between a man, his future wife, and his best friend.
Without any studio support, Wiseau spent over $7 million on production and marketing for the film. Wiseau promotes the film as a black comedy and insists that its humor is actually intentional, although cast members have publicly disputed these claims and many audience members generally view the film as a poorly-made drama.
The Room has been cited by some critics as one of the worst films ever made, and has been called ‘the Citizen Kane of bad movies.’ After a brief run in Los Angeles, the film went on to develop a cult following...”
This event is made possible by Exeter Properties, developers of Hamilton Square: www.LivingOnThePark.com