We have nine months, the whole winter-spring-summer seasons, and a whole lot of waiting to go before the 50th Anniversary of Woodstock arrives in 2019. So what better way to get in the mood than to grab some popcorn, cuddle up on the couch, and binge watch some of the best movies to capture the Woodstock vibe. Whether you opt for a documentary focused on Woodstock, the sixties or the hippie subculture, or if you choose from a myriad of films made over the last fifty years, either way you will find something to transport you back in time.
So grab your popcorn, crank up the DVD player (or Netflix or Hulu or whatever streaming media you use) and get watching. Here is a list of some of our favorites, but we can not wait to hear which movies you pick for your list. Share with us…which are your favorites? Which ones are not on the list that you think are essential for a Woodstock Movie Marathon?
Taking Woodstock – (2009) Drama, Comedy-Drama
Forest Gump – (2009) Romantic comedy-drama (although the whole movie is not set in the sixties, the parts that are provide a glimpse into the era
And we’re anxiously awaiting PBS’ Woodstock 2-hour film documentary directed by Barak Goodman, which will be part of the American Experience series slotted to air in the summer of 2019, but that’s one we’ll have to wait for.