Home » ENTERTAINMENT » Nostalgia Critic – The Room Nostalgia Critic – The Room Author: Mac Apr 24, 2015 in ENTERTAINMENT 25 Comments Nostalgia Critic – The Room Nostalgia Critic – The Room Share: Tags:Critic Nostalgia Room Related posts Top 10 live TV bloopers 20 Comments | Jan 28, 2016 “BOY” – SHORT FILM 25 Comments | Apr 8, 2015 The Shining Mini-Series –... 25 Comments | Apr 19, 2015 Demolition Man – Nostalgia Critic 25 Comments | May 2, 2015 About Author Mac 25 Comments Milan P. April 24, 2015 I saw this movie with some buds last Saturday on our 4K tv… It IS as glorious as the Critic makes it out to be. YOU NO GOOD, YOU, YOU JUST A CHICKEN, CHEEP CHEEP CHEEP CHEEP, CHEEP, *CHEEP* Patrick Dyer April 24, 2015 I’ve been coming up with some rules for “The Room Drinking Game.” Drink when…. 1. Johnny has a temper tantrum and/or whines about something. 2. Lisa gets naked. 3. Johnny and Lisa actually have sex. 4. Mark asks “What’s going on here?” 5. Denny does something frighteningly disturbing. 6. A scene goes nowhere/doesn’t advance the story in any way. 7. Random characters pop up out of nowhere and disappear just as fast. 8. A scenario that either has really bad news (“I definitely have breast cancer”) or a really violent act (Denny’s drug deal or Mark dangling the psychiatrist off the rooftop) that’s never mentioned in the movie ever again. 9. Lisa and her mom talk. 10. Johnny does the “cheep-cheep-cheep” noise. That’s all I’ve got so far. If you’ve got anything else, please comment! Tekstrik April 24, 2015 That moment when you find out the ‘oh hai Mark’ scene took 32 takes for Wiseau to finally say it right. Nell Ross April 24, 2015 “That’s bullshit, I did not hit her, I did NAHT…oh hi Mark…” XD thetealeo April 24, 2015 The Room: The Game Twist Ending: Johnny is actually an alien Da Gray Wolf April 24, 2015 Let me tell you a interesting fact. Tommy Wiseau has actually been in two car wrecks in his life. That makes me think that maybe he got a serious head injury and that’s why he acts like this. Adam Heatherly April 24, 2015 A duplicate on an unauthorized fan account and it still got a million views It’s awesome huh? Kimmy Cub April 24, 2015 Okay,I understand it being a personal movie, I understand the story they were trying to tell, I understand that they didn’t have a big enough budget to get real actors, I can understand ALLLLL that, but the one thing I don’t understand is… Why is it called the fucking room? I mean, all the conflict doesn’t all happen in one room, they aren’t stuck in a room, none of this has to do with a single room….SO WHY IS IT CALLED THE ROOM? Pentarax April 24, 2015 I actually just saw this movie. It was a live showing with about 30 people. We were all given cues ahead of time for what to yell/when to yell it….and right at the door they gave us each a box of spoons to throw at the screen. TRULY an experience. William Zinedine Hasselberg April 24, 2015 Some of these actors aren’t that bad though… like that guy with the gun who wanted drug money from danny. And lisa’s mother isn’t that bad either. Heck i bet even Danny could be alright with the right script. fahd s April 24, 2015 Read the room’s Wikipedia page. The budget was $6 million. It made $1,800 at the box office. Amazing it cost $6 mil. However, it got 33% rating on rotten tomatoes. You would think it would be in single digits. vavra222 April 24, 2015 Take your favourite movie or movies and try to imagine them made by Tommy Wiseau or whatshisname. I imagined Matrix…. oh dear god. Charmiskit April 24, 2015 You know, it’s sad. The premise and storylines could be, in the hands of a capable director, turned into something decent. The story of a seemingly perfect life, being a rich banker with a beautiful fiancée, having wonderful friends, taking care of a nice, polite kid, when over the movie everything goes awry; fiancée and BFF cheat, the kid turns out to be a drug addict in debt and used Johnny for money, his bank didn’t promote him, etc. etc. You could even pick up some dropped storylines, like that drug thingy with Denny, the breast cancer of Lisa’s mom giving more reason (especially if this played in the US) why the mother pounds on Lisa staying together with Johnny – so he’d help her pay for the treatment. This also would e.g. make Lisa less one-dimensional since her character motivation wouldn’t just be “meh, I’m bored and just fuck around with Johnny for no reason” and was “I don’t love him anymore and fell in love with his best friend, but I will stay together with him for the sake of my mother”. The accusation of Johnny beating her could be put later in the movie where Lisa, getting really anxious about marrying Johnny, had a meltdown and stupidly tried to get that through to extort money from Johnny to pay for her mother’s therapy without marrying him. Mark would be changed from a lobotomized monkey to someone with issues alike the Onceler from Seuss, always having morality issues and discussing with himself/Lisa that this is wrong, but finds an excuse or reason to continue, and the absolutely dumb rooftop scene could be a moment of Mark nearly coming out to Johnny, but not going through with it. With everyone having their own issues and dilemmas, having a psychologist friend actually would be worth anything story-wise since his office could be “the room” everyone goes to to talk about their problems, because I at least have no clue what the room is the title’s referring to. Throw out useless characters like the “my underwear guy” and his girlfriend (wtf did they do exactly) and rework the script, but at last it could be some nice underground movie, I guess. Lab Matt April 24, 2015 24:15 I love how the gun lands right in the box! Thenextworldwar April 24, 2015 You gotta love how the drug dealer, the only person in the movie who isn’t an actor, save Tommy Wiseau, puts on the best performance in the whole thing *by miles*. willawere April 24, 2015 Man, imagine Christopher Walken and Tommy Wiseau in a movie together: – Tommy: “You are tearing me apart, Walken.” – Walken: “Johnny, WHY are you so……………………………………………(whispers) hysterical?” Ben Moak April 24, 2015 Did you guys know that Denny was actually the oldest actor on set besides Wiseau himself? He was almost thirty. The Organization XIII April 24, 2015 I did not heet her. I deed NAHT. Ohai Mark. Marko Shark April 24, 2015 I’ve got an idea for a movie. Everyone on the planet is a Tommy Wiseau and the real Tommy Wiseau is on a race to solve the mystery and save the world, battling Tommy clones along the way like Neo and the Agent Smiths. Along the way, he teams up with the birds from Birdemic with Wiseau clones running “scared” from the “birds” and “yelling”………*insert whatever Tommy Wiseau quote you want”……with the real Tommy laughing like this: 15:01 with Nostalgia Critic saying the following after that laugh: 15:03-15:05. Twist ending is that Tommy is an alien with amnesia after all and the clones are….um…..uh…..you know what? I don’t know why there are Wiseau clones but fuck it, let’s just go with it. Twist ending two- Tommy Wiseau is reading this comment and knows my name is Mark. 15:05 stefan nauman April 24, 2015 Actors Ranked: 1. Football, The 2. Flowershop Dog 3. ‘Where’s my money?!’-Guy 4. Staircase 5. Golden Gate Bridge 6. Gras in the park 7. Tommy’s Hair 8. Gun . . . 69. Jar Jar Binks . . . . . . . . . . 9001. Tommy Wiseau Electro "Angel" Shoc April 24, 2015 I actually wouldn’t be surprised if someone enjoyed this movie. Professional Dave April 24, 2015 You should really watch the director’s cut, it’s much better I’m just kidding this movie sucks and no Steven Spielberg edit could possibly make this movie less awful TechNoirMK April 24, 2015 I did not see this video, it’s not true, it’s bullshit, I did not see this video, I did naaaat. Oh hai, comment section. Unoriginal Username April 24, 2015 That fucking catfight sound killed me. Max Willson April 24, 2015 The DVD is worth the 8 bucks, the special features are hilarious ahahaha!