If you're somewhat daunted by the 1 and 2 star reviews present in this item, then please, disregard them immediately, as they're grossly unfair.
This is not a release aimed at the "know-it-all smart mark" and some would like to proclaim, or even think of themselves. This is aimed at the people that really LOVE WWE to the point where they would like to learn more about how the biggest show of the year came about, and what little twists and turns that span for (at the time of this release) 27 years and face the unwelcome task of being packed in a two-hour digest documentary.
It is, without a shadow of a doubt, one of the finest WWE releases to date, as one can attest by the many testimonies of the vast array of Superstars and media personalities that have a say on this feature.
It takes you inside the mind of Vince McMahon, what he was thinking during the many gambles he took while launching and continuing this cultural phenomenon that is WrestleMania, the hurdles and the triumphs that came about.
From older Superstars to more newer ones, you get an inside look from people who are actually inside, as opposed to the typical hardcore wrestling fan that is outside looking in, but thinks he knows it best. That in itself is the quintessential vehicle to telling the story of the biggest storybook of them all.
Watched it twice. I'm sure I will watch again, even with my kids some day.
I heartily recommend it.