Decent overall but Dakota Fanning was weak. They weren't a super hard band, but she made Cherie Currie look soft. Alia Shawkat's character wasn't an actual member of the band. I guess they didn't want to spend time on the minor members coming and going so they invented a permanent member. It was a major miss that they didn't give an update on Lita Ford at the end. Joan Jett was a producer and they hadn't talked after the band broke up until a few years after the movie came out.
Covering only a few of the 218 children born from the project didn't give an accurate picture of its success or failure.
There were also unsubstantiated claims of racism based on the donors being white. Were non white Nobel winners or mensa members declined? What about the races of the mothers? There were children born in Egypt and Lebanon so I doubt it was limited to whites only as the filmmakers would have you believe.
If it were a full length movie with that story line, I'd be very disappointed. At 10 minutes I didn't feel like my time was wasted watching. I'd call it decent if it weren't for the things that made no sense.