Get ready to unleash all the stupid comments from your pocket at the Esquire’s two screenings of 2003’s immortal cult classic, The Room.
Enter Tommy Wiseau’s, um, off-kilter vision of San Francisco by boning up on your pigskin tossing skills, slipping into your best ill-fitting tux and pregaming with a stiff scotchka (not actually recommended).
What we do recommend is that you bring a plethora of safe-to-throw spoons; if you don’t know why, just trust us. Because of the encouraged audience participation and the film’s less-than-professional sound quality, it is recommended that you’ve previously seen The Room in order to get the best cinematic experience.
7 and 10 p.m. Friday (March 22). $10.25 adult; $7.75 senior/child. Esquire Theatre, 320 Ludlow Ave., Clifton, esquiretheatre.com.