I can't give away the ending of The Room but it's great!
(Um. Sidenote. If someone puts a gun in their mouth + pulls the trigger I don't think the other characters have to say stuff like 'wake up!' 'is he dead?' and 'yes he's dead'. I think...it would be clear.)
'It's not over, everybody betrayed me, I'm fed up with this world.' Johnny has a huge meltdown and the very next scene PHEW IT'S CLAUDETTE saying 'I cleaned up the kitchen sweetheart so you don't have to worry about that.'
Claudette, you make it right every time. The Room.
Other weird thing about The Room is that sometimes Tommy Wiseau totally CAN act, in a slippery, serial-killer-sexy, closed-eyed terrifying Tarantino characterish way. This film veers from woah to ohhhh so fast I'm getting whiplash.
Nick is a good man but too generous here. His colleagues say one thing but mean another. They are trying to stop #Brexit and their hiding behind clever devices to undermine the referendum result doesn’t deserve an ounce of respect.
Basically The Room just takes all the subtext of mainstream Weinstein Hollywood and makes it text: scheming women, men talking together about what schemers are, a bit of male-on-male homoerotic tussling. Pretty standard.