Anyway, yeah, The Go-Go's is technically probably just a proficient documentary, but you do get such a larger sense of this bad, more then we have at any other time and they've never been this personal before. And we do get the grander sense of how they were true groundbreakers and are an important, seminal and in many ways, very influential rock band. They might got shoved together into New Wave once they got the shine on them from the MTV machine, but the Go-Go's are really a punk band that kinda accidentally started making pop songs and I think that's why their songs still holds up and has a lot of power. Perhaps I should've voted for them this year, either way I'm glad they got in; I wasn't against them being in the Hall, ever and this movie makes a damn good case for them. It's definitely the most definite insider look at their history yet, told by them, themselves. It's also just a lot of fun. You really can't not have fun with The Go-Go's, and that was true when they hit and that's still true now.