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Captures the fun, beauty and excitement of the annual summertime rock festival of the same name.
Just as SoCal was ripe for a multigenre, Euro-style music festival, so was Coachella ready for a documentary that captured the euphoric excitement of watching live bands and dancing to pulsating electronica in a sweaty, glow-stick-lit tent.
An excellent overview of the ambiance and showcased talent at arguably the best annual U.S. rock festival ...
Unlike D.A. Pennebaker's great concert documentaries such as Monterey Pop and Don't Look Back, Coachella doesn't quite capture the stretches of tedium and fits of excitement that come with actually being at an event like this ...
A well-made, if insignificant, film about a well-managed, significant music festival.
Captures some musical moments that are worth the price of admission and a box of popcorn, such as the Mars Volta going buck wild or the Pixies' triumphant showing in 2004.
"Coachella" is an eminently worthy snapshot for contemporary music fans, not just of the festival but of the best in modern music
Though the acts don't have the heft required for concert-film greatness, they do comprise a sort of screen capture of the decade's musical movement.
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