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Gregarious and Kind, Dark and Mysterious: Greg Sestero on THE ROOM

There’s no way to talk about "The Room" without talking about irony. The theater 2003 release of the movie—funded mysteriously by its writer/director/self-proclaimed vampire Tommy Wiseau—failed to outlast the Hollywood billboard Wiseau purchased to advertise it.
  • By Mike Scalise
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  • October 14, 2013 9:10 AM
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Some Like It Dead: What WEEKEND AT BERNIE'S Owes to Billy Wilder

Procrastination can bring you to surprising places. Recently, I made the decision to leave a stack of papers ungraded and watch "Weekend at Bernie’s". I’d already gone through a string of "Iron Chef" repeats, some "Ninja Warrior," and the back half of the astounding, horrendous "We Bought a Zoo." "Bernie’s," I thought, was the natural next step.
  • By Mike Scalise
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  • June 25, 2013 12:35 PM
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