Re: Entertainment or documentary?
It is not a requirement, obviously.
However, when the marketing makes a point of making you think that they did something that is meant to show a historical figure's life, the least they could do is actually respect what happened in his life.
Otherwise, they should call it differently, change the names of the characters and the name of the location. THEN they can do what they want, and slap on a "based on the life of . . " in the credits like they usually do.
If Ray was appreciated at the level it was, it is because they didn't go entertainment with it, they respected him and his life.
In this case, they obviously didn't, and I won't be seeing it because of that.