This film is amazing. I loved every minute of it and had me ugly laughing throughout. The best part of this film is James Franco's performance as Tommy Wiseau, while very funny, also showed Tommy in a more complex and empathetic light, as somebody who is ultimately wanting to be accepted by people.
While watching the The Disaster Artist, it left me with a not particularly profound question about how we judge quality:
Can a movie that is as enjoyable and re-watchable as The Room be considered a bad movie?