It was enjoyable but there was no need for them to show the Senna crash in such detail. They left out a lot of the bad side of Schumacher though, they did cover him having his seasons points tally removed at least.
He is up there among the best, but also among the least sporting, or some would say 'driven' to mask that side of him
In his day, and with the right car and team around him, he was untouchable. His Benetton tactic of getting on pole and starting with as little fuel as possible in order to gain a pitstop on the next car as quick as possible, then pit, cruise to last few laps then splash and dash finish, were unbeatable when it fell right. Would be impossible these days with no fuelling.
From the film, he seemed like a bit of a decent lad away from the racing