Saw it in the theatre last night. It was packed. This is OKC mind you, so I was pretty surprised.
The movie was fantastic, but one thing to point out is the fact that it's not stating "Digital sucks!" it's stating that the fact that it has helped a lot of not very talented people become successful artists sucks, which I think is commendable coming from their generation. As well as a lot of them have used digital technology in the past. Now I'm just rambling and no longer care about what I'm typing...
The second half is amazing. Totally captures, in my opinion, what it's like create music with other people out of absolutely nothing. It's incredible to watch guys like Dave Grohl, Josh Homme, and Trent Reznor sit in a room together and just make magic.
I just had a genius thought... I've been listening to a lot of podcasts lately, and a lot of them are funded by click-through advertising. It would be a pretty cool way of generating a couple dollars for AP if every time you posted a link to a record (or Dave Grohl documentary) on iTunes or Bandcamp or something (if they did such a thing).
Anywho, super excited to watch this. Not a fan of Dave Grohl's music, but he's such an awesome dude and this looks amazing.