In Woodstock Or Bust, you get a film which teeters from being carefree, sometimes juvenile, to tapping into the darkness of the Northwest in 1969.
|Director(s)||Leslie K. Bloom|
|Screenplay By||Leslie K. Bloom|
|Genre(s)||Coming of Age, Drama, Musical|
|Good If You Like||
|Isn’t For You If You||
|Nick||Teddy Van Ee|
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Woodstock or Bust Ending Explained & Commentary (with Spoilers)
The girls don’t even make it away from the west coast. Between Meryl wanting to stop all the time, Lorian picking up hitchhikers in her car, then this 15-year-old they pick up named Nick, they get nowhere fast. However, while they don’t make it to Woodstock, they do make it to a local concert in the park at Utah. A place which, as Lorian wanted, gives them a new audience and allows them to expand their fanbase a bit.
Is A Sequel Possible?
Definitely. While they miss Woodstock, there are a bunch of music festivals which came after. Many of which were inspired by the attendance and community vibe Woodstock brought. Heck, a lot also popped up on the west coast so it wouldn’t even require a huge journey for the girls. But they’d definitely would have to grow up a bit.