Surprisingly much better than the first one. A more varied plot (although not too deep), a mix of performances some of which were very fun, and a few moments that were really good.
Not only was this a bad film with bad writing and a bad plot, but it was filled with an excess of male gaze and active misogyny. A film writer and director who drives multiple women crazy with desire for him? Do we see some self-insertion from the writer/director going on?
Avoid at all costs.