Punk Like Me (partially found unreleased documentary film; 2006)
Punk Like Me is the title of a 2006 documentary written by and starring Rich Wilkes (best known as the creator of the xXx movie franchise and the writer of the 1994 comedy Airheads). The documentary detailed Wilkes' scamming his way into the 2005 edition of the Vans Warped Tour by passing himself as a freelance writer for Rolling Stones and his creation of a "punk rock mariachi band" named Carne Asvada to play opening acts for the tour.
The film was shown at the 2006 edition of SXSW, where it received a positive reception from critics, and was later shown at the 2006 edition of the Docfest. Despite attempts by the Wilkes family to land a distribution deal and interest in making it a Myspace featured movie , Punk Like Me has not been released on home media and is currently not available for viewing on the internet.