While I'm sure the intent is to cover movies rather than just live concert recordings here, I just have to put a vote in for The Eagles - Hell Freezes Over on DTS DVD.
Artist: The Eagles
Title: Hell Freezes Over (DTS)
Studio: Image Entertainment
Year of Release (DVD): February 1999
Encoding: Region 1
Audio: DTS 5.1, PCM stereo
Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
Genre: Pop/Rock Concert Recording
This is a live recording of The Eagles Hell Freezes Over tour from April of 1994. Listen to it in DTS surround to make the experience stand out; even the DTS logo roll at the beginning is pretty awesome. The PCM version is a pale shadow by comparison.
The DVD opens with a brief interview/documentary about how the tour came to happen. Members had previously stated that they would get back together "...when hell freezes over...", thus, the title to the album and DVD. Recorded soundstage is excellent, with wide perceptual separation of the acoustic guitars as the band opens with an "unplugged" version of Hotel California. Your apparent position is stage-center, first row. Audience sounds are to your sides and back, with the band spread center in front of you. I watch this on a small tube TV; it would be outstanding on a big screen or projection system.
The band plays many of their classic hits, along with some (then) new tunes and various band members' singles. In particular, chap 15, New York Minute stands out, with orchestral accompaniment. Chap 18, Life In The Fast Lane has Henley back on drums and lead vocals. After the slower-paced songs, the band kicks this one.
Like Phil Collins, Don Henley is/was a drummer at heart, so the drums are miked as musical instruments like in a jazz recording, rather than as "things that go thump" typical of most pop/rock.
The DVD closes with an extra DTS audio-only version of Seven Bridges Road. DVD run time is 99 minutes.
I've been to live concerts for other "old" bands like CSN over the years. Reunion tours can be hit or miss. The Eagles just flat out nail it here.
This is easily the best-recorded concert DVD I've ever heard. The closest to it in my experience, although a different genre, would be "Portishead - Roseland New York", another excellent DVD.