#4. Woodstock (1970)
I’ve checked out some criticism of rockumentaries and some say that this film, the most famous rockumentary of all time I’d say, isn’t actually very good. It’s true that it’s not shot very well, the narrative is weak, and important moments from the famous music festival were left out. I’m OK with all of that. Just watching those hippies and Jimi Hendrix jamming — it’s like watching a phenomenon. Yes, director Michael Wadleigh just showed up at the right time, but sometimes that’s enough.