A documentary about toy/collectible company Funko, that has exploded in popularity in particular since 2010 with the launch of their Funko Pop figures.
This was enjoyable and light, it's about the closest thing you'll find to a real Willy Wonka fun factory documentary. I loved hearing about the company and how it began with just a handful of people working out of their garage because they loved old cartoons and cute bobbleheads.
It also has interviews with celebrities and fans, which varied a bit and became a little tedious. I wanted to see a lot more about the company and the actual creation process. It is covered but very briefly.
If you're hooked on those little Funko Pops I think you'll like this one. It's not deep and never goes totally in-depth but it is a fun and colorful look at a generation that embraced everything they loved about their childhoods.