part of Nick Stecher's review:
"Aside from the undeniably salacious and engaging content of the film, its production and execution are handled terrifically. Archival video sets the tone, and skilled motion graphics work transforms photos into visually arresting images. And the Jan Hammer-penned soundtrack is the perfect ambient touch. Not only does the film bristle with Scarface-esque machismo, violence and comeuppance, but it is intelligently and cogently presented as well. No surprise, the movie has blown up in the underground, and is quite likely the only documentary that’s ever been widely bootlegged in the Miami blackmarket. No joke—Miami rappers Trick Daddy and Pitbull are such fanatics of the film, they’ve taped segments on YouTube hailing its greatness.
So the next time you find yourself in a toilet stall bumping out poodle legs onto a toilet paper dispenser, you can turn to that dazed stripper and say, “You got any idea how this whole crazy thing started, Tiffanii?” Who knows, maybe dropping a little knowledge will get you somewhere.
Ok, probably not. But it still beats the hell outta March of the Penguins."