Best F(r)iends Vol.1: The 100 Word Review (Spoiler Free)

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Best F(r)iends, the first Greg Sestero/Tommy Wiseau cinematic collaboration since The Room, is exactly what you’d expect.

Greg Sestero, Mark of “Oh hi Mark” in The Room and writer of ‘The Disaster Artist’ (which was adapted into the James Franco film of the same name), writes, produces and stars in Best F(r)iends.

Greg plays a vagrant called John. Wiseau plays Harvey, an eccentric mortician. I’m clutching at straws here, but I think the plot is that they get involved in a shady business selling gold fillings.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OTu9N40E_MI

If The Room is the Citizen Kane of bad movies, Best F(r)iends Vol. 1 is at least Oscar-worthy.

It’s written like a bad porno (or just any porno) and makes no sense. Exactly what fans of The Room will be hoping for.

Word count: 111. Film rating: Does it even matter?

Best F(r)iends is in select cinemas now. Volume Two will be released later this year.

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