Not entirely - as Franco blocked the famously unpredictable Wiseau from having his moment at the microphone. His 2003 movie became a cult classic as "the worst movie ever made", but it became the inspiration for "The Disaster Artist", starring and directed by James Franco in the role of the Wiseau himself.
Plus, as Golden Globe winners like Guillermo del Toro and Gary Oldman found out at the ceremony, each recipient is given a short amount of time to get out their thank-yous.
James Franco's Golden Globes win didn't sit right with some women watching at home.
Mr. Franco was the center of controversy in 2014, the same year he worked with Ms. Sheedy, amid reports that he propositioned a 17-year-old girl online after meeting her outside his Broadway show "Of Mice and Men".
Franco said: "19 years ago, he was stuck in traffic from the Golden Globes". I'm not invited. I know they don't want me, guy with accent, long hair. "I think she's having a great moment. and I think she should, because the movie tells a more nuanced side of her story, and it's much more complicated than what we first thought when this incident happened in the '90s".
A third scathed: "James Franco blocking Tommy Wiseau from the mic is real swamp vermin behaviour, can't believe he's done this".
And if you haven't seen The Room, change that immediately.
If James Franco had let him. "Please never ask me why I left the film/tv business", she added.
This second tweet gave a bit more insight into the issue she had with Franco being admitted into the awards show, with the Me Too hashtag hinting that she might be accusing Franco, and/or possibly Slater, of sexual harassment or assault. But the truth is, it was Franco's work that was being honored, and he's been very grateful for Wiseau up to this point. When James was giving his acceptance speech for playing Tommy Wiseau in The Disaster Artist, Ally was watching and tweeting some serious shade.