Alex Gidley’s review published on Letterboxd:
Despite star, writer, director, producer and financcer Tommy Wiseau's noble intentions of wanting to create a serious drama, which Wiseau thought would be the next great cinematic achievement, falling flat on its face, there is still a certain charm to this masterpiece of awful that makes it somehow extremely watchable.
Maybe it's how Tommy Wiseau, someone who I'm pretty sure is the best living evidence for the existence of extra-terrestrial life, fails to grasp this complex human ability to talk and communicate with one another. Seriously, it's baffling how little of a grasp Wiseau on, well, being a human.
All you really need to know is that this movie is utterly atrocious, one of the worst movies of all time, but it is also oh so very enjoyable and comes with a massive recommendation, just make sure you have friends and booze.