This is such a well done documentary about such an interesting life, I find it very inspiring. I moved to LA three years ago and love how people here are brave enough to follow their dreams, in spite of the challenges and obstacles. John Avildsen proved that obstacles are opportunities in disguise and the filmmakers who paid homage to this great director should feel very proud. It was so well done, and so captivating, I watched it over and over.
I love this movie. Don't believe those grumpy critics. It's especially for kids, and the "big kids" who I know that have seen it, love it too. Very very sweet and it's nice to see a movie with a message, not just entertainment for entertainment's sake.