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Im looking for documentarys that open up your mind?

Discussion in 'Stoner Movies & Documentaries' started by XAVIER9SEVEN8, May 23, 2010.

  1. i just think its important for anyone who watches food inc to do their own research after because they do lie in that film

  2. but it is very well documented :)

    ahhh fast food, Cheapest option, but unfortunately not a healthy one..
  3. I asked which part to give you a chance to explain yourself, however you did not. You can't just come out and say something like that and not have anything to back up your statement. I ask you which "half" is bs? Is it the part where they take the camera crew and film what "REALLY" goes on at these farms? Are you telling me that those aren't really the cows I'm getting my meat from??? Was it this new "trick" BS film technology that I was watching? Was it all an illusion? Am I real?
  4. I found Inside Job by Charles Ferguson very interesting.

    It goes a long way to explaining the 2008 crash, and why it was effectively a result of arrogance, collusion and excessive risk taking by only a few thousand people.

  5. What I aspire to be like.... [ame=]YouTube - Wayne Dyer - Ambition to Meaning - The Shift (Part 1 of 12)[/ame]
  6. Any of these will help you to open your mind, and wake up!

    [ame=]YouTube - Zeitgeist [Religion] The Greatest Story Ever Sold (1of 3)[/ame]

    [ame=]YouTube - Esoteric Agenda - FULL LENGTH MOVIE - WELCOME TO YOUR AWAKENING![/ame]

    [ame=]YouTube - Kymatica 1/9[/ame]

    and if you never want to get busted for weed again, just google or youtube:
    'freeman on the land'.

  7. This is a great doc. its a great example of how to put forth an argument
  8. best one to watch stoned
    Baraka- its a visual trip around the world with no words. Awesome high
    Botany of Desire- A very different view on why we interact with our world.
    A to Zepplin- I mean a doc about zep; how can it be bad
    pink floyd dark side of the moon- it's a doc about the band and album

    ones that shouldn't be missed
    Food inc- everyone should watch this one
    escape from suburbia
  9. Baraka is sooo good
  10. Ya I had to watch it in a geography class is where I found it. After I went out and got a copy and hippy-flipped while watching it; felt like I was an omnipresent being exploring the world.
    That was before blu-ray so I'm putting it in my q to try that again!!

    Thanks geog 101 you changed my life :)
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    Excellent film that shows the medical grow ops in Northern Cali. Highly suggested.
  13. The Union: The business behind getting high
  14. esoteric agenda is the prequel to kymatica, so you'll definately love that. The ideaologies are quite far out but interesting none the less.

    But I think everyone should see Zeitgeist. That truly is eye opening!
  15. The Ku Klux Klan - A Secret History

    [ame=]YouTube - Ku Klux Klan - A Secret History Pt. 1[/ame]
  16. Kamatica really delivers a message, while Zeitgeist, well....... I won't get into it, but you should research Peter Joseph. He's the person who made Zeitgeist. The information in Zeitgeist is valuable, however I do not agree with the way it's put forward, ....and some other reasons... :)

    Kamatica however is VERY informative.....because it's more in line with my beliefs....isn't that what we all do anyway? Thanks again buddy.
  17. I tried to watch that, it's very hateful though.......however for anyone who want's to skip all the hate, go to the 8:00 mark to get to the information about what they really are about. I had no Idea why they burned the crosses, I do.
  18. There are three that were recommended by a friend: The Union, Tapped, and Food, Inc. I haven't seen them yet but am about to watch Food, Inc. soon. They've all been made within the last 3 years.

    Food Inc. is about the corporate controlled food industry in the U.S.

    Tapped is about the bottled water industry and the effects on our health, and based on what my friend told me there are some retartedly crazy facts behind it

    The Union is about the biz behind everyone's favorite plant: weed

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