Oh, hi Mark: Tommy Wiseau uploads The Room in its entirety to YouTube for free [Update]

The Room is one of the most popular terrible movies ever made. Directed, written, and acted by the eccentric Tommy Wiseau, the movie is a hallmark of what movies shouldn't be like. That said, the 2003 flick is timeless because of all the wrong reasons, including bland acting, wooden dialogs, ludicrous story, incomplete sub-plots, and pointless characters.

However, if you've never heard of this beautiful mess of a movie - which is only possible if you've been living under a rock for the past decade - and don't want to spend money watching it, you'll be happy to know that Wiseau has posted the entire movie on YouTube for free.

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Yes, you read that right. Tommy Wiseau, in yet another one of his strange antics, has uploaded the 100-minute movie in its entirety to YouTube for free.

The illogical plot of the movie involves Johnny (Tommy Wiseau) losing his fiancée Lisa (Juliette Danielle) to his best friend Mark (Greg Sestero) in a convoluted and illogical love triangle, that won't make sense regardless of how many words I write to explain it. You'll just have to watch it yourself below.

Warning: Viewer discretion is strictly advised due to mature content.

The uploaded movie has gained a tremendously positive response on YouTube, which is to be expected given its cult reputation. At the time of this writing, it boasts 17,000 likes compared to a measly 121 dislikes.

It is important to note that The Room hasn't been available legally on digital platforms such as Amazon and iTunes before. Wiseau has also posted a link to his PayPal account for viewers who wish to donate some money for this masterpiece of a movie.

Update: It appears that the movie has been pulled from YouTube for reasons currently unknown. We'll let you know as more information arrives.

Source: YouTube via The Verge

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