- The quality of interviews helped others form opinions on the subject and also added to the structure of the documentary meaning others had a better understanding of the subject and therefore enjoyed it more.
- The variation of facts and opinions made the documentary interesting, in addition this meant that people could learn about Newcastle United but also form their own opinions from the information.
- The found piece of footage allowed people to see the passion of the fans and what the club means to people, also the addition of found footage made the documentary look authentic whilst mixing with my own original ideas.
- There wasn't enough of the found footage, this meant that there wasn't a lot of information on the actual team, although this was due to the restriction of 30 seconds found footage which was implemented by the exam board.
- There wasn't interviews with players or higher members at the club, including people who play for the club at present or whom have in the past ten years.
- There could have been more information about the team at present and more information about the stadium and ownership (as it was mentioned quite a lot during the documentary)