History Headscratchers / TheRoom

17th Apr '18 7:08:46 PM DrDougsh
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*** Maybe he's just pretending to be their friend to get material for a thesis he's writing? You probably wouldn't find so many clearly insane people in one social circle anywhere else.
17th Mar '18 2:18:01 PM eggplant
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** [[ItMakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext Okay, chill out there Gramaha, Supreme Leader of the Astra Galactic Command. Just hold your wiener for five minutes and relax. The cash ison its way.]]

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** [[ItMakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext Okay, chill out there Gramaha, Supreme Leader of the Astra Galactic Command. Just hold your wiener for five minutes and relax. The cash ison its way.Okay, chill out there Gramaha, Supreme Leader of the Astra Galactic Command. Just hold your weiner for five minutes and relax. The cash is on its way.]]
17th Mar '18 2:14:47 PM eggplant
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** [[ItMakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext Okay, chill out there Gramaha, Supreme Leader of the Astra Galactic Command. Just hold your wiener for five minutes and relax. The cash ison its way.]]
7th Mar '18 10:00:44 PM BackgroundGuy
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** To actually try to answer the question, it's obvious that Wiseau simply doesn't know how to keep a consistent character. Sure, Johnny might not have hit Lisa ''before'', but regardless of whether what he did qualifies as an actual ''hit'' per se, it does seem very reminiscent of actual domestic abuse situations, rendering the question of whether it were actually a hit moot. Keep in mind he did this more than once in the same damn scene. But again, I think that has more to do with Wiseau being unable to keep a character consistent with himself - Johnny gets outraged in an abusive way when being accused of ''getting outraged in an abusive way''. That's clearly not the charcter Wiseau intended to write, it's Wiseau not realizing this is contradictory with Johnny's established persona.
7th Mar '18 9:53:15 PM BackgroundGuy
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** Perhaps the shock that the life he'd lived with Lisa, at least the most recent parts of it, were a total lie. Except maybe for the part where he still thought she was pregnant because she had told everyone ''but'' him at that point, it must have completely wrecked his worldview - he simply couldn't imagine what he would do now if he continued living. It's also rather clumsily foreshadowed earlier in the movie during the "tearing me apart" scene when he says he couldn't live without her, implying he's felt this way all along - and is now acting on those feelings, since she has effectively left him.

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** Perhaps the shock that the life he'd lived with Lisa, at least the most recent parts of it, were a total lie. Except maybe for the part where he still thought she was pregnant because she had told everyone ''but'' him at that point, point (chalk that up to [[PlotHole clumsy plotting]]), it must have completely wrecked his worldview - he simply couldn't imagine what he would do now if he continued living.living, since nothing was what he thought it was so he has no idea what to expect going forward. It's also rather clumsily foreshadowed earlier in the movie during the "tearing me apart" scene when he says he couldn't live without her, implying he's felt this way all along - and is now acting on those feelings, since she has effectively left him.
7th Mar '18 9:51:24 PM BackgroundGuy
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** Perhaps the shock that the life he'd lived with Lisa, at least the most recent parts of it, were a total lie. Except maybe for the part where he still thought she was pregnant because she had told everyone ''but'' him at that point, it must have completely wrecked his worldview - he simply couldn't imagine what he would do now if he continued living. It's also rather clumsily foreshadowed earlier in the movie during the "tearing me apart" scene when he says he couldn't live without her, implying he's felt this way all along - and is now acting on those feelings, since she has effectively left him.
13th Feb '18 1:18:39 AM TheCastawayPariah
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* WHERE’S MY FUCKING MONEY DENNY?
30th Dec '17 1:13:13 PM CheeseDogX
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** The real answer is that Tommy Wiseau basically bought an entire furniture display, and arranged the set exactly as it had been in the store.
2nd Apr '17 10:12:52 AM CheeseDogX
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** Plus, we see quite a bit of the night in question. The most violent thing he does is let a glass shatter on the floor.
2nd Apr '17 10:06:52 AM CheeseDogX
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*** His last words are "God forgive me." He must have been considering at least the spiritual implications of what he was doing.
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