I didn't go to the movie tent, but I did go to the comedy tent because I was ready to pass out from the sun and needed respite. Then I almost died in the line for the comedy tent... this year if gosh forbid I get like that again, it's off to watch a movie
2012: 2/2 The Kills; 3/24 Band of Skulls; 4/7 Alabama Shakes; 4/28 Chuck Berry; 5/27 Nikka Costa; 7/8 Furthur; 8/18 Band of Horses & My Morning Jacket; 9/9 Jesus & Mary Chain; 9/24 Gossip; 11/8 Alice Smith; 12/6 Grace Potter; 12/26 Clutch
2013: 1/16 Morrissey; 2/2 Grace Potter & Houndmouth; 4/19 Living Colour; 4/30 Jim James; 5/16 Father John Misty
Post by experiencehaze on Jan 26, 2008 13:10:38 GMT -5
Superbad Half Baked Any Monty Python Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind Robin Hood: Men in Tights Fantasia (old) Rocky Horror Picture Show Old School Brave Little Toaster episodes of Flight of the Conchords
Post by gOdWesSaTan on Jan 26, 2008 17:32:35 GMT -5
wizard of oz with dark side (press play on the lions third roar) alice in wonderland weird but with dark side or bob marley legend or exodus playing superbad fear and loathing pink floyd live in pompeii the grateful dead movie stella season 1 dvd big lebowski
Post by steveternal on Jan 26, 2008 18:20:12 GMT -5
I'd rather not have concert films played in the Cinema Tent. Am I the only one? I feel it's redundant, really. Music docs or other music-related films are totally cool, but if I want to watch a concert, I think I might be able to find a real one somewhere around Bonnaroo.
Post by kingofcheezwiz on Feb 5, 2008 0:04:23 GMT -5
Last year they did classic film maker showcases, and had Jim Jarmusch, DA Pennebacker, and someone else come and field questions from the audience. This year it would be awesome to show some of Christopher Walken's best performances. Like Pulp Fiction, Batman Returns, Any of his SNL sketches, Blast From the Past (which he carries on his own), and have him come in and field questions. He has a pretty cult like following, and I'm sure he'd love to dance to the music.