Michael Chantiri’s review published on Letterboxd:
Seeing as this is a documentary about one of my favourite films ever I am of course going to be partial to liking it. It goes for a more inclusive vibe, including everyone's perspective on the film. As such it doesn't have much of a statement on what the film is or its place in the trajectory of film history. If you want a compilation of peoples opinions then yeah this is the documentary for you. I would be lying if I didn't mention that listening to plebs rant on why they hate Showgirls is a bit headache-inducing. Honesty it was just worth watching for alerting me of the existence of the book "Showgirls: Portrait of a Film", it's out of print which is annoying, reprint it cowards.