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Taking advantage of the free trial and I love documentaries, anything you guys suggest?
I watched hiroshima yesterday. Very well done. The art of the steal was very good as well.
There are at least two long threads on this topic if you can find them with search.
Here are a few I'd recommend:
- Vote for me
- Dark Days
- Ken Burns' Baseball and The Civil War
Draymond Green, Magic Johnson, and Oscar Robertson are the only players to have two triple-doubles in the NCAA Tournament.
Thanks, I guess I gotta get off my dead ass and search on the 'puter. I'm watching one now about a family from West Virginia, the White's I believe. Holy shit, its mind blowing how f'd up these people are!!! Cant stop watching.....lol
I prefer Neckflix
I must be crazy to be in a loony bin like this.
America: The story of us
If you have Amazon Prime take a look at their Documentary offerings over streaming. Huge selection compared to Netflix
It's a travesty I can't stream my Prime on my iPad.
Indeed. Or the PS3.
king of kong, don't know if it is still on streaming.
180 degrees south. Conquerors of the Useless.
Behind every successful man is a woman, behind her is his wife.
Fat sick and nearly dead...and food inc. 2 best documentary on netflix
I have an MBA...Master at Being Amazing
Not sure what's still available but the best I've seen:
King of Kong - this will always be #1 for me
Wild and Wonderful Whites of WV
Banksy: exit through the gift shop - I'm still not sure if all of us were punked. Almost seems too crazy to be real
A/k/a Tomy Chong
Blood into Wine - not a fan of Tools Keenan but pretty interesting guy
Recently watched Mugabe and the White African. It was so so. The doc ends before a lot of the final events happen.
I've watched more than I care to admit. Can't think of any others worth recommending right now.
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I watched recently:
Chasing Ghosts: Beyond the Arcade
Life in a Day
Special When Lit: A Pinball Documentary
American: The Bill Hicks Story
Just got done watching You've Been Trumped. Its about Donald acquiring the land and building the world's greatest golf course and resort in Scotland. It takes the view of the locals who do not want to sell. You are supposed to feel sympathetic for them and it portrays Trump as this rich bully. However, I found myself rooting for Trump. The locals annoyed me. They bitched to much.
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An Idiot Abroad.
Jiro: Dreams of Sushi
Just watched VHS..............Geez o petes!
There's a ton of good docs. The one I'd recommend the most is called The Ambassador. Hilarious/scary investigative piece about diplomats in the Blood Diamond rich area, Central African Republic. Next would be The Imposter.
Cave of Forgotten Dreams
Queen of Versailles
Into the Abyss
The Thin Blue Line (probably the best doc on this list.)
The Art of the Steal
Man on a Wire
Mugabe and the White African
Trailer Park Boys is fucking hilarious. I finished that. I'm watching Friday Night Lights right now.
But documentary wise, I'd definitely watch some of the 30 for 30's. If you haven't seen them all.
Most of these documentaries are in the other thread, just thought I'd list some of my all time favorites that weren't mentioned thus far (in no particular order):
Between the Folds
Mr. Warmth: The Don Rickles Project
Unforgivable Blackness (This is one of those long - 3hr45m - two-part Ken Burns jobs, but one of my favorites)
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