I may have been expecting too much. Yes, the documentary is impressive in its fan collection of many re-creations and tributes, and there are a few credible verbal contributions from those who did and did not work with George Lucas. But everyone seems to have their own complaint - some nit-picky, others valid (again depending on your perspective). The film's main point is made - why can't fans have access to a dvd of the original version of Star Wars (1977)? But as a documentary, it didn't seem to say anything new - and for me was a let down. Still, The People Vs. George Lucas is adequate. It runs approx. 1 1/2 hr., with some extended interviews and footage as well as commentary for bonus materials on the dvd.