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A Mighty Wind captured so much of the joy of being in a music scene particularly the ridiculousness of the insular, self-referential nature of the communities that musicians embed themselves in. The fact that the majority of the movie was improvised really complimented the subject matter. Josie and the Pussycats captured so much of what is left to be desired by being in a music scene - distractions, petty competitiveness, things falling apart and a whole lot of cattiness. These things didn't make the movie bad, but they did push me further away. I also give more credit to the actors of A Mighty Wind for singing and performing so much of the music written for them by Christopher Guest, Harry Shearer and Michael McKean and only one other mockumentary has ever genuinely made me guffaw more frequently.