I was pretty amazed at how well the actors who played the Monkees looked and acted like the real guys. I was a little 13 year old girl when they first became famous. I had their first four albums which I nearly memorized, I played the so much. But I didn't follow them after that. So I was weirded out by the inclusion of "All Of Your Toys". I had to look it up on Wikipedia. Seems it was the song that Kirschner refused to put out, and it was never released until 20 years later. It was the first one that they all played on, but I had never heard it, and it kind of broke the nostalgia spell I had been enjoying up til that point. It kind of reminded me of "Cuddly Toy" (which was actually a rather nasty little song for teeny-boppers to hear). I always grit my teeth when any of the Beatles are depicted by other actors, and I had mostly the same reaction here, although the Paul actor wasn't bad. Don Kirshner was depicted as a younger guy than the guy who later produced the show "Don Kirshner's Rock Concert", but he was just as oily and repulsive as the real guy was in middle age. The Monkees music, which I haven't played for decades, was much more ballsy and energetic than I remembered. The scene of them playing "Not Your Stepping Stone" was really good, showing how a live audience brought out the Rock And Roll in these guys. The part near the end of the song when a stage-hand comes out and puts a cape over the overwrought Dolenz was funny-- the cape bit used to be part of James Brown's stage show. I actually attended one of the Monkees concerts where Jimi Hendrix opened. It was at the Forest Hills Tennis Stadium in NY. I vaguely remember the cape bit. My Mom had to drive me down from Connecticut. She liked Jimi. I don't remember the booing, it was just all screaming from where I was sitting. Do I sound like an old demented person lost in my memories? Tough pattooties!!!