While the recordings of the two neighbors are interesting, as is the phenomenon that grew out of them, I have to wonder why that phenomenon existed and how so many people (namely, the two younger men who created the recordings in the first place) think that it's so cool that two old, clueless men had hours and hours of conversation they had in their home mass-distributed and commercialized. To that end, the hysteria behind what came out of the recordings seems exaggerated about a thousand times as to what they really were - a kinda-funny premise embraced by nerds and geeks that thrive on pop culture, from what I took away. The two "masterminds" behind the recordings are clearly proud - arrogantly so, in fact - of what they have created, and the film ends up painting them as assholes rather than geniuses. They're way too proud of something that was actually more dickish than artistic. The production of the documentary is also noticeably low-quality. Ray and Pete were certainly interesting and funny guys, but even the run time of just shy of an hour and a half seems like too long to dwell on the joke behind it all.