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Swish:
There's always a documentary that's interesting.
 
Looking at my favorites, trying to clean it up basically I have a link that has a lot of links.
Here it is:
 
http://topdocumentaryfilms.com/watch-online/
 
When you finish all the links get back to me.  :cool:
 
 

Babblelot:
OK, here's a partial list of docs I've seen (in order as listed)

6. No Logo: Brands, Globalization and Resistance
7. Exit through the Gift Shop
7. An Inconvenient Death
8. Bukowski: Born Into This
8+. Penn & Teller: Bulls**t  lol
17. Hoop Dreams (Chi-cago!)
18. The Aristocrats
19. Cocaine Cowboys
20. Cocaine Cowboys 2
26. Fahrenheit 9/11
30. Ben Stein’s Flunked: No Intelligence Applied
30. H.H. Holmes: America’s First Serial Killer (The Devil in the White City [Chitown b**ches!])
34. Inside Job
35. Grizzly Man
42. Bowling for Columbine
43. Sicko
48. Super Size Me
53. Capitalism: A Love Story
59. Religulous
62. Shooting War: World War II Combat Cameramen (spoiler alert: the most iconic picture of all was staged!)
64. The Future of Food*
65. Roger and Me
94. Who Killed the Electric Car?
222. The Corporation
297. When The Levees Broke
305. Wordplay

Notable Omits
N/A. Client 9: The Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer (2010)  :confused1:
N/A. The Warning (2009)  :confused1:  (IMO one of/the most important docs of the past 5 years. You can watch the film in its entirety here)
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/warning/
N/A. End of the Century (2003) re The Ramones (Surly I've seen more music docs...???)

*This one seems like it's something you'd like, swish. It is excellent!
The Future of Food (bummer, no longer available online :(  At least a 10:00 preview is provided here) 
http://topdocumentaryfilms.com/the-future-of-food/

Lugburz:
I'm not watching them as I used to, so thx for reminding me  :) Except for Universe documentaries..

Recently I watched 'Touching the Void' and 'Deep Water'. Pretty good stuff.

foaquin:

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43. Sicko

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Was that for real?   (the way american healthcare system works)

Babblelot:

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--- Quote from: Babblelot on February 22, 2013, 07:29:00 PM ---


43. Sicko

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Was that for real?   (the way american healthcare system works)

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Yeah. The only country in the world in which healthcare is a commodity sold in the *health insurance industry.* Pharmaceutical companies were the third-most profitable industry in 2008, with a 19.3 percent profit margin. Health insurers ranked 35th. Lots of money to be made off those who can pay. Then there's 10s of millions without health insurance. It's worse than you could possibly imagine.

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