Readers' Poll: The Best Concert Movies of All Time

Your picks include 'The Last Waltz,' 'Stop Making Sense' and 'Gimme Shelter'

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10. 'Bullet in a Bible'

Bullet in a Bible, Green Day's 2005 document of their tour in support of American Idiot, features the youngest band on this list by a significant margin. The movie, which was filmed at two of the biggest headlining gigs of the band's career at the Milton Keynes National Bowl in England, depicts the punk trio at the top of their game, burning through multipart epics like "Jesus of Suburbia" as well as dipping into their back catalog for gems like "Brain Stew."

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