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Film schools often show Citizen Kane to students as a way to demonstrate how to properly make a film, but they should also consider showing The Room to demonstrate exactly what not to do. With plotlines that go nowhere, characters with random motivations, and a visual presentation that continuously confuses an audience, Tommy Wiseau's The Room covers all of the bases of bad filmmaking, but that's why it is perhaps the most endearing bad film out there, because not only is it a testament that such a disaster could see the light of day, it is also really damn funny.
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