Not so much.
I guess it was necessary to make this movie and a couple more like it for the sake of documenting one age group within one cultural moment... but it's done now, stick a fork in it. They've made their point and they can move on.
If a millenial watches this millenials movie, where everything that happens is affectless, flat, reduced to the the null basepoint of shared apathy and meaninglessnness, what do they get from that? An affirmation of the worst stuff in their life, the lowest common denominator, and nothing that suggests that anything beyond that can exist for them.
If an older person watches this millenials movie... we're probably already aware that the blazingest glory…