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Bad Roomies

Bad Roomies

Dec. 01, 2015 USA93 Min.
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8.6 1,315 votes

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Two guys find a beautiful young woman to take the place of their missing roommate. Everything seems fine until a horrible mistake on drunken night leads all three on a downward spiral.

Bad Roomies
Bad Roomies
Original titleBad Roomies
IMDb Rating5.1 1,733 votes
TMDb Rating4.7 23 votes

(14) comments

  • Yousef FaberDecember 8, 2015Reply

    Something different..

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  • jtbradyl-42110December 9, 2015Reply

    Annie Monroe Shines

    I thought this movie was well put together. At first given its premise
    I was going to flick through stopping here and there if something
    caught my attention however I actually found the movie interesting and
    watched it all. In truth I found Annie Monroe’s performance
    captivating. Her co-stars gave strong performances as well. And the
    ending: dark comedy to perfection. The movie is not pretentious in any
    way but rather draws the viewer in at the start with comedy which
    gradually gets darker and darker with surprising twists and turns. They
    keep your interest for sure and I found myself drawn to the characters
    and empathizing with them. I mean the movie had just the right balance
    between acting and plot so you could suspend disbelief and enjoy the
    movie for what it was: a darkly funny rendering of roommates
    desperately unbalanced.

  • asslowe86December 10, 2015Reply

    Don’t waste your time

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  • frankboltzmannDecember 13, 2015Reply

    unexpectedly hilarious dark comedy!

    Bad Roomies is the most unexpectedly hilarious comedy I’ve seen! I was
    expecting an easy comedy just for smiling and the occasional laugh,
    specially from what seemed like a low budget indie movie, however, it
    turned out to have some great breakthrough performances from Tommy
    Savas and Annie Monroe who were unknown to me. I kept laughing out loud
    throughout the whole movie! It really makes use of intelligent comedy
    of situation, through some brilliantly placed comic interruptions. One
    moment in specific reminded me of Family Guy’s exaggerated fights. What
    is impressive is that this was Jason Schnell’s first feature film!
    Great job with the direction and script-writing. I specially liked the
    seldom switch to a more emotional side of each character, letting the
    characters develop a bit more in an attempt to establishing some
    empathy from the viewers, which is rare in outrageous comedies like
    this one. I recommend this one to anyone that wants to have a laugh!

  • wattwatt-108-193928December 15, 2015Reply

    Pointless but typical plot with completely random ending ??????????

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  • lisamariewilbergDecember 29, 2015Reply

    Loved It!

    Loved it. Loved the twist at the end. Quite funny in many parts too.
    Very entertaining. Always been a fan of Indie movies and it’s always
    refreshing to see a dark comedy that can not only make you laugh, but
    cringe at the same time. The characters were great. Of course the one
    guy could be a total dog, yet you find out that he has human feelings
    too – and a heart. It’s a really great written script that has you
    wondering, ”What’s next?” A lot going on here with a lot of depth. It
    totally grabs you and pulls you in. I loved how the beginning all ties
    into the ending of the movie. It is all one, great big circle. It was a
    really fun movie to watch on a rainy day. I would highly recommend it
    to all Indie fans.

  • vanillasky-87607March 23, 2016Reply

    Excellent, clever, and devious dark comedy.

    The sarcasm, subtle darkness, and graphic comedy here was hilarious.
    Highly recommended for the intellectual and analytical crowd. Patrick
    Renna had an amazing performance here. Well thought out and carefully
    articulated dry and dark comedy. Not to mention the cast had amazing
    compatibility. I would love to see more from this duo. If anything, the
    only downfall was I didn’t want it to end. I truly enjoyed every take
    as if it were a masterfully written tale. Great Job guys, keep these
    types of movies coming. You’ll have my support in any future endeavor.
    Certain crowds such as myself and my own surrounding friends, crave
    this type of flick. Comedic genius that is highly underrated. I easily
    consider this one of the most memorable films of the year for me.
    That’s really saying quite a bit as I’m an avid movie fanatic.

  • Joe DayApril 6, 2016Reply

    Another Tedious Exercise in Men Behaving like little boys

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  • Abdullah AlmosalamiApril 9, 2016Reply

    Not a fun comedy and kind of a mess.

    If you’re looking for a light-hearted fun comedy that you won’t have to
    think too much about, this is not it. It’s not Neighbors or an Adam
    Sandler film or something like that. It’s more of a clever dark comedy.
    The film makers wanted to make more than just a mindless film, and I
    really appreciate the attempt.

    Now each scene separate to me is actually well written and well acted,
    and if I had seen them like that instead of as one continuous film, I
    would have laughed my butt off and been pretty entertained. But that’s
    the thing. The movie feels like the writers wrote each scene separate
    and then strung them all together without much thought to how the
    pieces fit, leaving a lot of things (like the way the characters acted,
    the random things that happened, etc.) very inconsistent and
    sacrificing a potentially solid story. And by the end, I’m left
    thinking, ”Oh this could have been so awesome man!” But nope :/.

    Aside from how the scenes are put together, there are things about the
    premise of the film really don’t make sense, like how the roommates own
    the beautiful house without either of them seeming like they earn
    enough $$ (and I think this film would’ve worked even better if it was
    in a normal apartment), how they are even best friends (the crazy
    psycho paranoiac entitled brat guy vs the normal nice chill guy – to
    me, in the real world, the only way that would work is if the nice guy
    had amnesia every minute or felt sorry for the guy and was friends with
    him out of pity, neither of which the film puts him out to be), why the
    girl attempted to seduce both of them when she clearly just liked one
    of them, etc.

    And then there’s the twisted moral code of the film that makes it seem
    like the girl roommate (Chloe) was actually in the wrong when she
    didn’t really do anything wrong, and that what the guys were doing back
    at her was totally fine in this harmless game of playing fire with fire
    when really, it was incredibly childish and pretty sick sh*t.

    All in all, this film had such awesome potential but wasn’t given
    enough time to reach that potential, so yeah. I wish it did. It’s not a
    good clever comedy nor is it a fun mindless film, which makes it kind
    of pointless to watch. But anyways, it’s not horrible, and I think
    everybody deserves some credit, and I don’t think you’d regret it too
    much if you watched it, and I’m actually looking forward to seeing all
    the people involved grow to make better films.

  • alisha-lovelessApril 25, 2016Reply

    Just, no.

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  • mautthewApril 29, 2016Reply

    Weird, funny, and confusing (and a waste of time).

    I started this movie, thinking it would be a classic
    raunchy/semi-satirical comedy of 21st century. I was quickly proved
    wrong. Overall, I give ”Bad Roomies” a 3 out of 10 star rating. This
    film started out funny, I’ll admit. A lot of the jokes were funny, the
    stuff they did was comical, and a lot of the lines were very
    well/cleverly-written. The cinematography was also pretty dang good; it
    was shot very well, with a good usage of natural lighting. Then, the
    movie got confusing. Then, stupid. Then, in the second half of the
    film, everything was very confusing, weird, and kind of stupid. I did
    not enjoy this movie very much overall; it was a WASTE OF TIME and I
    really don’t understand other watchers of this movie that say it was
    any good.

  • sting-45555September 1, 2016Reply

    Savas and Monroe shine in this unfocused comedy

    Bad Roomies is far from a terrible, or even a bad film. It managed to
    spark some laughter, and keep me mildly entertained for it’s rather
    slim running time.

    However, after watching it, I didn’t really feel the satisfaction one
    should after watching a great comedy.

    It’s a shame, because everything seems to be there. You have Annie
    Monroe playing a very likable leading lady with a deviant streak, Tommy
    Savas playing a typical nice guy, and even Patrick Renna delivers a
    good performance, albeit of an unlikable character.

    Despite these things, the film manages to fall flat. In my opinion this
    is due to the lack of any meaningful character development, in addition
    to a rather unfocused plot that doesn’t really go anywhere. The
    potential for a laugh out loud comedy with an intriguing plot was
    there, but unfortunately the film doesn’t really take advantage of that

    However, that doesn’t make Bad Roomies a bad film, per se. It’s a
    half-decent dark comedy that’s worth a watch. The only issue is you
    might find yourself wanting more throughout.


  • shawnblackmanNovember 21, 2016Reply


    A comedy about two friends who have to find a replacement roommate to
    help with the bills. They have difficulty finding a suitable applicant
    until they decide to choose a woman. They feel this will be better.
    Things are awesome at first, and they soon end up in a drunken
    threesome. Shortly after, tensions are created, leaving the guys
    plotting on how to get her out of the house. Soon its an all out war
    leaving no holds barred.

    This was a laugh out loud kind of funny. It stars Patrick Renna who you
    probably remember as the funny looking kid in The Sandlot (1993) and
    most recently in Fear Inc. (2016). He does deadpan sarcasm well. The
    other actors do an amazing job as well. The film does show you how
    every man’s dream living arrangement could become a nightmare.

  • Dummy306January 22, 2017Reply

    Hot Garbage

    This Is Some Of The Stinkiest Hot Garbage Out There. this is a sad
    attempt at trying to keep the whole American pie G rated pud wacker
    cinema porn dream alive for these simpleton dudes who try and put
    themselves in the positions the director is trying to convey. The
    sandlot kid as a main character? He had his moment in child acting but
    to try and cast him again. The effort is too little too late. The
    solutions to the movies qualms were far too abrupt, like the screen
    writers didn’t weigh out any other possible solution or outcome to
    situations. It literally felt like someone across the table said ”how
    about this?” and whoever called the shots was like ”perfect, you’re a
    genius”. This movie was just a sad, late attempt at keeping the whole
    late 90s / early 2000 high school-boy dream alive well into their
    mid-thirties . Stinky hot garbage. Would not bang or plow.

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