Evel Knievel, free via Archive.org

This film either comes across as offensive pap, or as a twisted, self-parodying indulgence. In both cases, it provides a clear view back into late 60's and early 70's Americana, reminding you of just how much has changed. Naturally, the same knife cuts both ways, unconsciously showing us what hasn't changed; that even though Evel Knievel stole one of our dreams and commercialized it, that dream was one of our own.