I have seen the movie a dozen times and it's one of best documentaries I've seen. It was a huge change for me mentally, emotionally, and made me rethink about video games, game development and the game industry. The movie was truly inspiring that it makes me appreciate any indie game developers after seeing these guys go through break downs to losing a lot to make their game finished and releasing it. Makes me think if I could make a game someday no matter what.
Jonathan Blow is a genius when it comes to making games from gameplays to understanding a video gamer and how big game companies don't succeed. Also his flaws and vulnerability quote represents the entire movie.
I don't really know why people gave Phil Fish so much negativity because of the long development with Fez. It was a indie game that took more then 4-5 years, I can't really give him crap because I would've given up if I was in his shoes. He was truly committed to what he loved.
It's amazing seeing just two normal guys who love video games and heart in creation did small online flash games in the beginning to a out of nowhere successful video game that left its mark in video game history. Especially when Microsoft said that the game wasn't going to make it at all.
The soundtrack by Jim Guthrie was perfect. Every song fit the scenes in the movie and the emotions of the developers. The soundtrack has its place on my MP3.
Big props to Edmund and Tommy for their hard work and success of Super Meat Boy after the cruel development and all the long, long, long years to where they are now. They deserve it all