Being a hip hop head and growing up in the 90's, born in the 80's, this movie gave the perspective from hip hop legends. If you have Netflix, Netflix this #$%$ if you want to hear what they think about the music...None of my business, but the movie had a tone like they were disrespecting/upset with some of the mainstream rappers that we hear today(Maybe thats why some people were not involved with this movie). I personally would have liked to hear the thoughts of other East Coast emcees(if you watch the movie you will know who I'm talking about) and possibly emcees from the South, but I guess you can't fit everybody into a 1 hr and 50 min long movie. Maybe make a volume 2 Ice? That would be cool.