Detective Loki absolutely does not believe in search warrants. And nobody seems to care.
Watched with Tomás and Shala.
How do you review a film like the Room?? It provides some of the worst screenwriting and acting I've ever seen. The dialogue is sheer inanity and non-sequitur, and the characters are absurd. Nonetheless, I cannot but praise this movie. Tommy Wiseau is simply one of the most fascinating on screen personalities I've ever encountered. The way his mind works is so peculiar...it is pure pleasure to watch him in action. Truly this is the greatest bad film of all time.
Not sure I understand what people don’t like about this movie. It’s not subtle, but…I mean…it’s a farcical satire…it’s not supposed to be. Everything is supposed to be exaggerated and obvious in a movie like this. I mean, you don’t watch Idiocracy to discover nuanced insights into human nature. I’ve heard some criticizing McKay for thinking he’s the smartest person in the room, which…I mean…fair enough, that’s a legitimate critique and, honestly, it does usually bother me a bit when…