I personally loved it, but I also knew a ton about that scene and listened to most of the bands mentioned. My gf (a huge music fan) did not know about 95% of that scene and was able to follow, but I could tell she was drifting in and out. We did have to pause a couple times to take information breaks and review why the film was jumping around. It's very in depth, but that's not a bad thing. Just maybe not for the casual music documentary fan. It was cool seeing these faces all grown up and back stories I hadn't head before. Although very thorough, there was a lot left out that I would have liked to see covered, at least on an extras reel. There was nothing about Food Not Bombs. There was no mention of Lance Hahn & J Church, except for a brief photo of Cringer (wtf?). It turned more into a Gilman documentary, which is fine, but if so, why spend so much time on Green Day? I would have liked more of Jeff Ott. Regardless, its well worth a view if you were ever a fan of that scene. The thing is..... they covered a LOT of ground, which isn't easy to do. About two dozen of those topics, bands, label, zines people could all deserve their own 2 hour dedicated documentary. So God Bless Green Day, if they would not have done this, I doubt anyone would have. Final thought, I kept wondering about Aaron Cometbus, and then at the end I (think) I put it together why they used him in the film as they did, which was pretty cool.