Some must see documentaries?
As long as they are interesting, the topic is irrelevant. Suggest as many as you like.
Thank you all, great recommendations!
- JimLv 48 years agoFavorite Answer
Gonzo: Hunter S Thompson
Hated: G.G. Allin and the Murder Junkies
Hollywood and the war machine
The iceman confesses
Born into this Charles Bukowski
The Two Escobars
- 8 years ago
Capitalism A Love Story
Waiting For Superman
- Anonymous8 years ago
David Attenborough's Planet Earth Collection and Blue Planet Collection are my favourites. Everything you wanted to know about the earth, from the land, to the weather, from flora, to fauna, it's all there with brilliant, colourful detail. And absolutely everything you could ever want to know about the oceans, right down to a deep sea creature that was the inspiration for the creatures in Aliens :-)Source(s): Personal opinion
- attwoodLv 43 years ago
the top of Suburbia that's approximately how american infrastructure is in line with low-value oil. we live outdoors the city the place we paintings in small clusters of homes that don't furnish us something interior walking distance like grocery shops. We inevitably ought to positioned funds into gas because of the fact there is no "city" residing that facilitates us to stay close to to paintings and stay down the line from a small food market. Ford and oil agencies observed an danger for greater people to purchase automobiles and gas in the event that all of them lived in suburbs.
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- xKLv 78 years ago
We really liked "The King of Kong" which is about breaking the Donkey Kong video game high score record.
Morgan Spurlock just did "50 Documentaries to See Before You Die," and most of them are definitely worthy of seeing. Here's a list:
- BeanLv 48 years ago
Grizzly Man and Spellbound are two of my faves
- 8 years ago
the first people
what was on earth before mankind