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Taking Woodstock (BLU-RAY)

Taking Woodstock

Movie
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On Blu-Ray: 
Tuesday, December 15, 2009
Grade:
B+
Running Time: 
121 minutes

Following the true story of Elliot  Tiber, Taking Woodstock depicts the Woodstock Festival of 1969 in Bethel, New York. It's a film full of  fun, music, and psychedelic colors as one would expect. Perfect for the Blu-ray format, right?

QUALITY:
Initially, the film didn't look all that great but when it became more than just the greens and browns of the countryside,  it looked beautiful. The colors looked crisp and vibrant. To be honest, there wasn't much music for a film on Woodstock though.

BONUS FEATURES:
Commentary from Ang Lee and James Schamus, Deleted Scenes, “Peace, Love and Cinema” featurette, and  “No Audience Required: The Earthlight Players” featurette.

All the bonus features are presented in high definition as well. The Blu-ray also allows you to bookmark any scene you want for revisiting later along with BD-LIVE to download previews of other films and extras. Taking Woodstock is a decent disc filled with the usual bonus features found on many films. 

Matt Rodriguez
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