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No need to go to Coachella - these movies will bring the music festival to you! (Okay, they're not exactly like going to a music festival, but at least this way, the bathrooms are cleaner!)
What's your favorite hippy movie? Favorite movie featuring some awesome 60s and 70s music? Did watching any of these movies stir fond memories of a concert or festival? What genre of movies should we do next on What to Watch?
Check out Mackenzie's previous Hippie-centered recommendations for Harold and Maude:
And Dazed and Confused:
Let us know in the comments!
Almost Famous on Amazon: http://goo.gl/GFMkcq
A high-school boy is given the chance to write a story for Rolling Stone Magazine about an up-and-coming rock band as he accompanies it on their concert tour.
The Doors on Netflix: http://goo.gl/eUG4Zj
The story of the famous and influential 1960s rock band and its lead singer and composer, Jim Morrison, from his days as a UCLA film student in Los Angeles, to his untimely death in Paris, France at age 27 in 1971.
Woodstock: Three Days of Peace and Music on Documentary Heaven: http://goo.gl/Y5Gakt
The film chronicle of the legendary 1969 music festival.
Welcome to W2W aka What to Watch, the weekly Thursday show that will help us figure out what to watch and where to watch it! Each week Mackenzie will navigate the plethora of awesomeness that's available online for our viewing pleasures.
We don't know about you, but the last thing we want to do after coming home exhausted is try to stream something then spend a half an hour first, figuring out what we want to watch and then, trying to search though a million platforms like Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime etc. etc. etc. to find out who actually plays our selection!
CineFix will now be doing the research for you! We'll pick cool shows, TV shows, and videos that you need to see or would love to watch again and let you know where online it's playing.
There are a million different streaming platforms and we want to feature them all. Let Mackenzie know what you're watching and where you're watching it and she'll talk about it on the show!
My generation hippie movies were.. All the smoking cheech & chong movies,, the stoned age,, dazed and confused,, fear and loathing in Las Vegas,, and all the movies Jim Carrie was the star in.. Only because I was stoned like a hippie in almost all his movies I saw in the theater..
well we know Jim took a lot of different drugs and drank a hell of a lot, and everyone says he had an alter-ego they referred to as Jimbo, so I like to think that a lot of the scenes he's just wasted out of his mind or acting larger than life as the character he wanted the public to like...because yes the sober Jim is a very intelligent quiet and reserved individual like his interviews show.
I couldn't find the Woodstock movie streaming either so I figured it didn't need to be streaming. Another great festival is Gathering of the Vibes. Btw, I LOVE the creativity of your homemade movies and can't wait to see more!!
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