To be honest, I have never been a fan of Oasis but it was the week-end and it didn’t feel like watching another fiction so I decided to check this documentary on Netflix. Well, to be honest, I’m rather surprised by the high ratings this movie has received on this website and on IMDb. Sure, I remember the 90’s when their first 2 CDs came out and, at the time, Oasis was easily the biggest British band around so it was pretty neat to go back in time. As a result, it was interesting but I didn’t think it was anything really ground-breaking or fascinating. For example, the main point was to show how, right from the start, the Gallagher brothers didn’t get along at all but, if you grew up in the 90’s like me, it was common knowledge even if you were not a huge fan of the band. Another thing that bothered me was the fact that they implied that, after Knebworth, the band will soon explode but, in fact, they kept on going for more than a decade afterwards which is in fact more than many other bands. Anyway, to conclude, even though I thought it was rather disappointing, it was still a decent watch and it is worth a look, especially if you are interested in this band.