Barry Daulton’s review published on Letterboxd:
We are all cinephiles here, most of us are going to have a lot of nostalgia for Blockbuster, me I honestly hated Blockbuster for pushing out Mom and Pop. I am always about supporting local business rather than chains. But I do have that nostalgia for video stores, so much of my childhood and into adult life of going to these stores and finding a movie. So many great memories. When I think of these movies I could tell you which place I got it from and sometimes why I chose it. So for all this, I did enjoy the documentary, I usually do, it's why I don't rate them anymore. But I will say that I felt like stylistically it could have been better. I think it tried too hard to be funny. Some of the stars come off more obnoxious then I'd like, and there are just some dumb jokes. Like the David Cook American Idol thing, WTF. But anyway, if you are over the age of say 20, you will want to see this just for the nostalgia.