Very good documentaries?

Discussion in 'Movies' started by TheDirtyPoncho, Jan 19, 2011.

  1. Probably already a thread for this but my search is being fucky.
     
  2. I recomend checking out The Corporation, as well as The High Cost of Low Prices.
     
  3. ^^^^ those arent documentaries

    the union (if u havent seen it already)

    the cove (its about this CRAZY ass dolphin slaying town in Japan, really emotional)

    super high me
     
  4. Yellowstone > Highly HIGHly recommended. It's about the national park, i suggest everyone watchs this documentary. It's great beginning to end, theres 3 episodes, Winter, Summer and Fall. I could watch this sober and be amazed, It's on netflix too btw

    The botany of desire > It's about 4 different plants and how each one affects our daily lives. One of the plants discussed is MJ and had tons of info about it that I never knew about. I was stwned at the time and fell asleep near the end cause it was like 7 in the morning lol.

    Just my 2 cents.
     
  5. Bowling For Columbine
    Gonzo - The Life and Work of Dr. Hunter s Thompson
    The Union
    Metallica Some Kind of Monster
    American: The Bill Hicks Story
    National Geographic: Relentless Enemies (lions and buffalo)
     
  6. #6 hellsing420, Jan 19, 2011
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    Ganja queen
    Super high me
    Totally baked
    Grass!
    And, of course... the grand finale *Drum role* ................... Reefer Madness!

    Fact #1. Reefer Madness is not a documentary
     
  7. My favoirte documentary movies are:

    Jackass 3-D
    Babies
     
  8. Louis Theroux
     
  9. Why the fuck are you people talking about jackass 3D?? Some of these sound good. How bout Zeitgeist any one?

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1gKX9TWRyfs]YouTube - ZEITGEIST II ADDENDUM (FULL MOVIE!) - PLEASE SHARE[/ame]
     
  10. #11 iBurn420, Jan 21, 2011
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    here goes

    under the world is fucked category:
    zeitgist 1, 2, and soon to be 3
    countdown to zero - about the threat of a nuclear war
    invisible empire
    who killed the electric car
    the secrets of oz
    the money masters
    money as debt 1 and 2 (cartoon)
    maxed out
    collapse

    pot:
    the union
    marijuana a chronic history - history channel
    national lampoon's totally baked - a potumentary
    waiting to inhale
    marijuana nation - nat geo
    nat geo drugs inc - marijuana
    barry cooper - never get busted vol 1 and 2 - very good movie, know your rights
    emperor of hemp - jack herer
    super high me

    others:
    life - david attenborough version
    the elegant universe - easy to understand doc about string theory
    the yes men
    freakanomics
    botany of desire - i second this movie
    journey to the edge of the universe - sick space doc
    stress portrait of a killer - luckily we don't have to worry about stress, do we GC :rolleyes:
    human family tree - we all originated from small african tribes
    game over - kasparov and the machine - about chess
    helvetica - about typeograpghy
    nat geo explorer inside lsd
    the spirit molecule - crazy interesting

    hope this helps
    if you watch half of these, it should keep you busy for a while :p
     
  11. [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U71-KsDArFM]YouTube - The Secret of Oz - English - FREE.mov[/ame]

    explains the economic situation.
     
  12. this is in my netflix queue just waiting to be in the right mood to watch it
     
  13. MUST WATCH:

    House of Numbers: Anatomy of an Epidemic
    House of Numbers: Anatomy of an Epidemic (2009) - IMDb

    don't let the low imdb rating fool you, this is essential info for everyone.
     
  14. #19 H1N1Tar, Jan 23, 2011
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    Saw a lot of suggestions that wheren't documentaries, but I like to watch "The True Story of Killing Pablo" for some reason, not sure why. And I also like "aftermath" and "MSBNC Lockup" and "NatGeos Lockdown" and "Wild Justice" and the "Border Patrol"(Can't remember if its NatGeo or Discovery Chan)
     
  15. Anything on PBS
     
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