While the villain is weaker, I like this better than the previous film overall.
It's generally good and there is nothing wrong with it in the surface. It has both the heart and the wit. But "The Disaster Artist" fails to grab my heart. And no, just because I'm an SJW doesn't mean it's because Franco's sex scandal. I think like another review said, it pretends to know Tommy Wiseau when nobody knows him. It somehow feels like a friend who tries too hard to comfort you, at least for me.