Soulwax was great - maybe one of the better concert films I've seen. It's got a really neat visual style that almost seemed like video DJ'ing, and really captured the chaos of being on tour. Other than a few exceptions, you couldn't really tell what city or country you were in at any given time. Really neat though, and I'm not even a huge fan of theirs.
Clubland was a letdown. You can glean the same information from reading a couple of Star articles. At the end, based largely on the choice of interviewees (skanks, uppity condo owners, wasted Woodbridge bottle service junkies, skanks, Craig Pettigrew, skanks, etc) I left feeling no sympathy for any of them.
Jackpot on the other hand, was a restrained, well-shot portrayal of the desperation of bingo addicts. It subtly explored the appeal of gambling and really delved into the lives of its subjects who depend on their bingo fix daily.
Wish I could've seen more this year!