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Taking Woodstock

Rated R for graphic nudity, some sexual content, drug use and language.

R 120min.
 
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Academy Award-winning director Ang Lee tells the story of the Greenwich Village interior designer who inadvertently helped to spark a cultural revolution by offering the organizers of the Woodstock Music and Arts Festival boarding at his family's ... Read More
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Elliot Tiber
Sonia Teichberg
Max Yasgur
Michael Lang
Jake Teichberg
Jackson Spiers
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September 04, 2011
qdcmab
Loved it!!!!
September 19, 2009
TheyCallMe Sp00f
THIS WAS THE WORST EXCUSE FOR A MOVIE EVER! I HATED IT I HATED IT. I saw it with my fly biatchress and I thought it was the biggest waste of time of my life. I just wanted to get the hell out of here.
September 10, 2009
Skyswan42
This would have been a GREAT documentary. Unfortunately Ang Lee used screen splitting in his attempt to keep it from dragging and failed. The story line and characters did not draw you into caring about them. One bright spot was Imelda Stauton's acting - great and funny.
September 09, 2009
MCBandit98
Accurate depiction of the event and the people, with enough humor to keep it enjoyable.
September 08, 2009
Aprilsea
I had hopes this movie would capture some of the magic of Woodstock. It didnt even come close. The behind the scenes finanial dealings were boring. The movie didnt even have much music except a soft background track here and there. This movie totally missed the fantastic phenomena that was Woodstock. Rent the documentary footage "Woodstock"for a great experience.

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