Well, as a "lover of Wallace's dazzlingly perspicacious fiction and essays" (a LOWDPFAE, if you will), I'm not so sure that they're right. And I'm not so sure this actually is the film we would want and I'm not so sure it's even a film that should have been made. See, prior to "The End of the Tour's" production, the David Foster Wallace estate (i.e. his family, literary trust, and publisher) announced that they don't support the film, and that DFW himself would never have consented to having transcripts from a nearly 20-years-old unpublished interview made into a film (the interview was published as "Although of Course You End Up Becoming Yourself," in 2010, two years after Wallace's death). For the film, the estate had not been asked permission to use the interview, and weren't even warned about the film project prior to its production. When the estate took issue, the response from the filmmakers was pretty much, "well we already started making it, so . . ."