I do try my best to approach films with an open mind, even if I happen to see bad reviews, low ratings, etc. here on IMDB or on, say, Rotten Tomatoes. That said, the many scathingly bad reviews posted for this film did make it hard to watch with an unbiased mind, and I suppose I was on the lookout for the usual "bad movie" red flags. Sadly, there were many. That said, given the subject matter (and given that I am a musician with a lot of experiences over the years, both good and bad, in bands), I really do think I went into it wanting to like this movie. Unfortunately, those bad reviews were well justified. This movie was embarrassingly bad. I am not familiar with the actors playing the leads, but I would not be surprised if this film alone torpedoed their careers. The acting is so stupefyingly bad that I was forced to look away at some points, as if averting my eyes from someone picking their nose or scratching their back. The editing appeared to have been done in-camera, and the random, utterly nonsensical jump cuts reminded me of a home movie videographer trying to keep their clips short because they were worried they may run out of tape. As to the plot... what plot? If there was one, if there was anything, anything at all, that resembled some sort of coherent narrative, well, I missed it, sorry.
I can only say I am glad I borrowed this from the local library, so no money changed hands.
My totally unsolicited advice to the actors, writer, director, editor, producer, cinematographer, exec producer, composer(s), vfx team... don't quit your day jobs.