Critic Consensus: Startup.com is more than just a look at the rise and fall of the new economy. At its center is a friendship being tested to the limit, and that's what makes it worth viewing.
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Critic Reviews for Startup.com
Too short of detail to really serve as an object lesson to those who follow in their footsteps.
The pain and puzzlement of its principals as things inexorably fall apart is palpable and saddening.
Startup.com humanizes the dot-com goldrush that in the last few years has left a handful of millionaires and hundreds of go-for-broke paupers in its wake.
The best movies, it's often said, are happy accidents. Startup.com proves the dictum while being smart and responsive enough to react to the impending train wreck.
Audience Reviews for Startup.com
This was a great documentary, and from someone's who started businesses and worked with others to start theirs, it was all the more interesting to watch them start their "dot com" from the ground up and learn from their mistakes.
In terms of it's historical value, this documentary is very good in documenting the whole startup boom, unfortunately I just couldn't keep that interested in the subjects they had chosen.
As someone who grew up in Silicon Valley...this movie hits real close to home.
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