Film is a great art form, but it becomes even better when it incorporates another great art form like rock and roll. Here are five films that are essential to anyone who loves rock and roll: A Hard Day's Night-The greatest rock band of all time giving great performances in a genuinely funny film. This guarantees the top spot. This is Spinal Tap-If you don't like this one, I can only say "lick my love pump." American Graffiti-Okay, it's not about a rock group, but the soundtrack is an integral part of this film. Almost Famous-The 70's were generally a musical wasteland ("You Light Up My Life" anyone?), but some great stuff came out of the period. This movie makes use of that great stuff (no Springsteen or Floyd in the film unfortunately). Lester Bangs, no argument about your disdain for Emerson, Lake & Palmer and The Doors, but what were you thinking praising the Guess Who? Pink Floyd-The Wall- Yeah, the punks hated them and Roger Waters' self-pity can grate, but who cares? I'll take "Animals" over "Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols" any day. Those are my favorites, but keep in mind I haven't yet seen "Gimme Shelter," "Help," "Chuck Berry-Hail, Hail Rock and Roll." I'll also add that had the stuff from the Led Zeppelin DVD been released in the 70's instead of "The Song Remains the Same," it would have been on the list as well.