All Things Must Pass ★★★½

Directed with style and warmth by Colin Hanks (yes, that Colin Hanks), this oral history traces the ebbs and flows of what was once the world's biggest music retailer without getting too bogged down in the executive boardroom side of things. Perhaps more could have been made of why and how the company couldn't refocus to survive the challenges of the internet age. But it's worth the hour-and-a-half. (Even if it forgets that Tower still exists outside of Japan; there are two stores in Dublin that seem to be doing OK.)