"The Room" was a notably terrible movie, and "The Disaster Artist" has a lot of fun with it and is a rather good movie. James Franco is on a roll.
I'm interested in the minimalist movement, if we can call it that. This movie, however, was mostly about rich white guys whining about a "void" left unfulfilled by all the shit they had. A dozen scenes with one of them saying "I'm a hugger" was about eleven too many. It's too bad this didn't have more interesting content. Maybe just let Sam Harris talk the whole time.