I watched this movie last night, and it was awesome. The intro was the best!!! double O Sooouul! haha great flick, and I agree everyone who is interested in the state of the music industry can benefit from it. Very positive, and validating to those out there grinding, though you wouldn't guess it by the title.
I was a bit disappointed that they didn't connect the dots and show how the radio problem, which they did a good job of explaining, is precisely what has created the label problem. Quite simply it's foolish for labels to spend any money on an artist they don't think they can get on the air no matter how much they believe in them.
It's not that I'm in love with the majors, it's that people don't understand that the labels' (or management companies') hands will remain tied until radio changes or we can create an end-run around corporate sponsorship which is the underlying problem with radio.
Something lots of people don't realize is that MTV was started by Warner Brothers Records because they couldn't get new artists on the air and needed an end-run around the constipation of music radio.