Bikini-clad supermodels, A-list celebrities and performers, luxury amenities on exclusive tropical beaches, these are just some of the things that festival goers were promised at the Fyre Festival, AKA "the greatest festival that never happened."\nREAD ALSO: Netflix Canada's Newest Original Film And Apocalyptic Drama "IO" Is Disturbingly Realistic\nTL;DR After its debut weekend on Netflix Canada, people won't stop Tweeting about how incredible the Fyre Festival documentary is, calling it everything from "F&%KING INSANE" to "the most entertaining thing I've seen in the last 5 years." The documentary has already earned 91% on Rotten Tomatoes. It's a definite must-see.\nThis weekend, Netflix Canada released a highly-anticipated documentary about the infamous unraveling of the Fyre Festival.\nThe documentary dives in deep into investigating how it all went wrong and how the creators could possibly manage to scam all those people out of their money.\nVia imdb\nSince the release of the documentary over the weekend, people won't stop Tweeting about it.\nThe overall verdict, as one user puts it, ""F&%KING INSANE."\nThis #FyreFestival Netflix documentary IS F&%KING INSANE.\n— dani seeks angel of music 🌬🌙 (@CardiganVixen) January 21, 2019\nThis is a literal case study in manipulative narcissism and a toxic work environment #FyreFestival\n— Sabah Malik (@sabahbanomalik) January 21, 2019\nJust watched the @Netflix documentary about #FyreFestival. So incredible that this happened. It's disgusting the amount of wasted money that was spent and the lies that were told not only to staff but to those that purchased tickets/VIP packages.\n— 🌹XoXo, Kellie 💋 (@XoXo__Kellie) January 21, 2019\nThe case study of #FyreFestival is one of the most fascinating examples to study as a marketer. On one hand...like, dishonest marketing was the catalyst in destroying the festival. But on the other...they built the entire festival on good marketing. That shit is powerful.\n— Nikki McCaig (@Nikki_McCaig) January 21, 2019\nIt's a "roller coaster" of a documentary...\nThis #fyrefestival documentary is like a 97 minute car crash. Billy MacFarlane truly is the douchebag's douchebag.And that story about getting the water through customs! Wow!\n— Darren Jalland (@larbertred) January 21, 2019\nOmg if you have IBS don’t watch the #FyreFestival documentaries - it’s a roller coaster\n— Sabah Malik (@sabahbanomalik) January 21, 2019\nThat shows you just how shallow and vacuous influencer culture really is..\n#FyreFestival on Netflix - amazed how many people just took the money and didn’t fact check if this was even a real event #influencers$$$$$$$$ shows you how shallow influencers are !!\n— martyn u'ren (@martynuren) January 21, 2019\nWatched the #FyreFestival documentary on #Netflix. It's actually awe inspiring at how much money they just spunked and didn't get anywhere. I'd have arranged some sort of festival for $28M! The power of #socialinfluence!\n— Chris (@tedmcnuggets) January 21, 2019\nMost people are just loving how entertaining and mind-blowing the story is...\n@netflix's documentary on the #fyreFestival is the most entertaining thing I've seen in the last 5 years\n— Asim Khan (@asimk1) January 21, 2019\nIs it wrong that I enjoyed seeing rich white privileged kids who don't value money get played like that? #FyreFestival\n— 🦋 (@Ruee__) January 21, 2019\nNeedless to say, the film has already eared a 91% on Rotten Tomatos since it's release this weekend.\nIf you haven't watched it already, Fyre: The Greatest Festival That Never Happened should definitely be your Netflix homework for the week.