So what in the hell happened to pinball machines anyway? I was never a huge fan, but I enjoy playing with my father and find the precision of some of the designs pretty amazing, to put it lightly. The documentary itself is fun, it runs at a solid pace, it's rather informative without getting dry. It's pretty solid stuff. It's a bit short (a little over an hour) but there are tons of little side discussions and other bits that make the DVDs worth picking up (at least a rental). A lot of people are drawing comparisons to King of Kong, i'd say it you enjoyed Kong, you'll enjoy this as well. While it has a much higher production value it misses some of the charm of the personal voyage in Kong.
If you already picked it up, what did you think?