I don't know why there are umpteen Madonna documentaries on Amazon right now, along with an avalanche of British documentaries on other world-famous musicians, but this was the only watchable one, and it wasn't even that good. Others are from the early 90s and looks horrible, another is from the early 2000s and would probably give someone a seizure, and this stops at the MDNA era, including commentary about the Super Bowl performance, with way too much time spent on the M.I.A. controversy. However, that section is about Madonna's well-known temper and dismissiveness with those around her, and her judgmental nature that everyone should be more like... Madonna.
As with most unauthorized documentaries, this covers all the biggest moments - the East Village, the MTV Video Awards, the dressalikes, the controversies including the Sex book, the pregnancy and the later kids, the two marriages, the reinventions. The biggest problem with bothering to watch this is who the producers chose to help narrate and give color-commentary to these events. I've rarely seen such a nameless bunch of nobodies claim expertise about a subject. The worst is some blonde lady spilling the T on Madonna and Guy Ritchie, calling them immature because they teased each other. Her presence was a huge distraction, I would have muted her every time she was on screen. The guys they chose are no better, all of them a David Rose with no fashion sense. Nobody with any inside information or access to the lady herself appears.
Maybe if your a superfan this could be appealing, but I couldn't wait for it to be over, and this is the best of a terrible bunch of other options not worth even giving 1 star. I guess Amazon is just loading up on crap to watch in general.