I will never see this movie. And as far as I care, One Direction can burn any evidence of future albums they had planned and get a job performing the songs at Chuck E. Cheese's.
...But THIS is the first against-type project chosen by Morgan Spurlock (who, even when you don't agree with him, at least always deserves credit for trying)? And the early reviews are describing a movie that wisely avoids trying to make the performers more impressive than they are, opting instead to just capture them at their most likable and show whatever shreds of real conflict there are to show?
It wouldn't exactly be a case of time well spent, but as a guy who's never been guilty of just seeing dollar signs, could Spurlock have done the impossible and salvaged a passable movie from this vapid and shallow trend? And, more importantly, how the heck did he get involved in the first place?!