"Nothing about the film makes sense. Motivations change on a whim. Subplots are ignored. There's even a character who makes his first appearance two-thirds of the way through the movie, yet acts as if he's been there the whole time. 'The Room's' awfulness is so jarring it's as if the filmmakers were trying to create something that would make audiences go from suspending their disbelief to questioning their hold on reality, because no one could make a movie this terrible without realizing it, could they?"
In the Los Angeles Times, Jim Ruland reviews Greg Sestero and Tom Bissell's The Disaster Artist: My Life Inside The Room, the Greatest Bad Movie Ever Made.