The Disaster Artist: My Life Inside The Room, the Greatest Bad Movie Ever Made - Greg Sestero, Tom Bissell

The Room is a low-budget film released in 2003 and is considered one of the worst movies ever made. I watched the movie once, back when Adult Swim aired it the first time for their annual April Fools prank. And that once was enough for me. I'm not a fan of the movie, so that's not why I read this book.

I was interested in the behind the scenes of the movie. In all honesty, I was just wondering how the movie even got made.

It was interesting to read about and frustrating at the same time. I have to give respect to Greg and everyone else who worked on the movie. It seems, Tommy was extremely difficult to work with. And I'm really not sure what to think of Tommy Wiseau. There were at times from Greg recounting different memories that Tommy didn't seem so bad. He was very odd but kind and supportive.

Later, though, it seems Tommy got weirder and to me, very creepy. And whether the story he told Greg about his life is true, he is still a very strange person.

I know I won't watch the movie again, but this book was very good. It was an interesting look into Greg's life as well as Tommy's and how The Room was made.