|Best Documentaries on Sep 09, 2014 @ 03:51 am|
Earth. Very cool graphics on different living creatures on our planet.
|56 Up on Sep 09, 2014 @ 05:32 am|
It's a long running series from England. That started in the 1960's when a group of selected English schoolchildren from different parts of England where chosen to be part of this series. The first one is called 7 Up. It happens every 7 years and we see the progression of these children who becomes teenagers, then adults up til 56 years old(the most recent chapter). We see how they have grown and changed over the years. Really interesting documentary worth watching!
|Documentaries! on Sep 09, 2014 @ 06:16 pm|
One of my favorite documentaries are Hoop Dreams.
Kind of old from the 1990's I really also enjoyed watching Blackfish on Netflix lately
|56 on Sep 09, 2014 @ 10:28 pm|
56 up sounds great. Thanks for the tip.
|Food inc. on Sep 15, 2014 @ 11:52 am|
So good and changed the way I eat.
|Planet Earth on Sep 16, 2014 @ 07:57 am|
Just amazing footage, beautiful scenery, and very interesting!
|Morgan Spurlock on Sep 16, 2014 @ 08:50 am|
Super Size Me was a real eye opener! He also created a spey mini series of docs called 7 Deadly Sins.
Loved Black Fish and usually anything by Michael Moore, but he's not everyone's fave!
|.. on Sep 20, 2014 @ 09:31 am|
Turtle : The incredible journey
|Him on Sep 20, 2014 @ 08:40 pm|
Supersize me was do hard to watch. All the vice documentaries are great !
|A Place at the Table on Sep 21, 2014 @ 08:11 pm|
I found this documentary on Netflix a few months back and I can guarantee you that if you watch it, you will cry the entire duration of the film.
It follows the lives of a few Americans living below the poverty line (mainly focusing on children) and goes into depth of how badly it impacts their day to day lives. It's really heartbreaking but really eye opening.
I find that most people are geared to focus on hunger in third world countries, which is absolutely necessary, but we don't realize that the people in our own backyards aren't eating for days to weeks on end.
It also really hits hard when you realize that with just a small amount of help from every person in the nation, this hunger could no longer be an issue.
A really, really great documentary.
Here is a link for the trailer: