I don't feel like I have much to say about "Taking Woodstock." I went to see it on impulse on Saturday; I've always liked director Ang Lee, and was in the mood for a movie that did not involve people getting killed. I have no big imagined nostalgia for Woodstock, which was 5 years before I was born, and no particular interest in the music. But I do like a good period piece, whether it be set 200 years ago or just 40.
I've always been a bit ambivalent about Demetri Martin - I've never been able to get into his style of comedy, never cared about watching his show on Comedy Central. He was good, though. Which is kind of how I felt about the whole movie - it was good, not great. It fit what I was in the mood for.