Far out man
- Taking Woodstock review by Colin Taylor
I enjoyed this film immensely. The cast are great and obviously having a wonderful time with a cracking and witty script. Worth it alone for Imelda Staunton's bonkers mother, even the cameos are spot on- from a drugged up Paul Dano to the transvestite Liev Scrieber(director of the equally wonderful 'Everything is Illuminated').It reminded me of the TV version of 'MASH'-funny and human with an unforgettable range of characters.
Encapsulates the era perfectly, and if you are in the mood, take a 'trip' back to the 60's!
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Slow, overly long and ultimately disappointing.
- Taking Woodstock review by CP Customer
Considering the high quality cast this is a really disappointing film. The plotline is fairly good idea though the story often plods along and it feels every second of its 2 hour running time. It's one of those films which is hard to categorise, not quite a comedy, not quite a drama, not much of a story and instantly forgettable.
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