1 NJDevil 2 weeks ago I always wonder/question when I watch a movie...biopic/true story/based on a true story movie. I was born in '73 so of course I had no idea what the vibe of DJs, or publications, or any "buzz" in the media circulated about The Doors and "the mystique"(if there was one) of Jim Morrison.On seeing "The Doors" by Oliver Stone, I thought it was a little too Morrison-centric and was hoping for more of a story of vs. a sensational-building "urban legend producing fodder" I thought the movie spun into. Just because I thought "Wall Street" was a great narrative doesn't mean Stone nailed this.I get it, Jim was the lead singer and the creator of the chaos that created the media frenzy and the "sexy-just ahead of the devil" character that made for great musical and poetic mystery.I've always been a fan of Ray Manzarek and thought he was a fantastic talent. Sooooooo...... When I stumbled upon this youtube clip from Ray Manzarek, I was happy to hear the story from someone who was part of the story, and hear his narrative vs. last part of the movie that is more insulting to who Jim Morrison might really have been. Anyway, Ray's story is certainly different than the movie which I felt serves a cheap and quick closing that seems to want to paint Jim Morrison as a self-absorbed and completely alcohol dependent lost cause who just didn't care.