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It's well-made and very engaging, cool soundtrack, and has more than a few surprises.
You should totally watch it-- it's everyman's video game documentary-- and then try to get really good at Tetris and realize how good the people in the film are.
Everyone loves playing tetris, especially me, so when I saw that there was a documentary about some of the best players of the game, I had to watch it!
Interesting and fun for anyone who is already interested in stuff like this. I wouldn't put it in a class that transcends videogame movies, like "King of Kong".Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
If you grew up playing Nintendo and Tetris in particular, it's a fun one to watch. If you thought you were good at Tetris, get ready to be humbled.Published 5 months ago by N. Gundara
One of several niche-nuzzled documentaries to arrive within a very short period of time. Like "The King of Kong," Ecstasy of Order dedicates itself to an intensely-competitive... Read morePublished 8 months ago by drqshadow
Don't underestimate this. It's truly compelling. It's an amazing story with storytelling to match. Highly recommended even if you aren't a gamer.Published 8 months ago by Austin
Interesting look into the life of a competitive gamer. These people are very unique, interesting and provide an interesting watch.Published 10 months ago by Jason Brown
A Unique movie, with some fantastic real life characters. Due to the ravid fanbase of 8-bit classic gaming, I think this will be a collectors item!Published 20 months ago by HeroDad
The subject matter and the music were both great. made me bust out the NES to try some if this. would recommend to anyonePublished 21 months ago by cool
I wasn't sure what to expect, other than it having enough good reviews to convince me to watch. Beautiful job putting this together, really gave the perfect amount of back story. Read morePublished 22 months ago by M. Stefanko
Well made and researched documentary that while not as 'suspensful' as The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters still makes an interesting watch.Published on November 5, 2012 by Bob Gadunya