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Posted: 12/31/2015 12:11:39 AM EDT
Help me find some docu's to watch in my free time this long weekend. Crime,mafia, sports, nature, Everest, war etc etc. Basically anything interesting.
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Making a Murderer on Netflix. One of the most disturbing things I've ever seen.
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Narco Cultura

Cartel Land

Citizen Four

Restrepo
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One Day In September

It's about the 72 Munich Olympics massacre.  


The Fog of War

It's not bad. Errol Morris interviews McNamara about Vietnam.   The parallels between that and our modern conflicts is pretty noteworthy.
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Unbranded
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My two favorites are Riding Giants and Dogtown and Z-Boys. Both are by Stacey Peralta, the first is about the origins of big wave surfers and the other is about the origins of the modern skateboard culture. I can watch either multiple times any time, and they bothe have great soundtracks.

ETA: Cocaine Cowboys would be in third.

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Muscle Shoals
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Hornets Nest is on Prime.

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Winter on fire.
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My two favorites are Riding Giants and Dogtown and Z-Boys. Both are by Stacey Peralta, the first is about the origins of big wave surfers and the other is about the origins of the modern skateboard culture. I can watch either multiple times any time, and they bothe have great soundtracks.

ETA: Cocaine Cowboys would be in third.

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Ive seen Z-Boys. Great show.
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Originally Posted By Sundowner08L:
Making a Murderer on Netflix. One of the most disturbing things I've ever seen.
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This and Winter on Fire.
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Netflix has an interesting documentary about Camp X in Canada.
They trained spy's there for WW2.

And one about training Helicopter pilots for Vietnam .

Both are very good.
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The Jeremy Clarkson Victoria Cross documentry
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The one on netflix about the first days of the Israeli air force is pretty good
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AGENDA- Grinding America Down
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This one is short, and if you know nothing of the Winter War, you'll like it. If you know something, you'll think it's too short/shallow.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PMa3w8L92Xs
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Lemmy The Movie
20 Feet From Stardom
The Wrecking Crew
The Ecstasy Of Wilko Johnson
Trinity And Beyond


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Netflix
Making a Murderer - I'm in the middle of this and it's pretty good
Losing Iraq - this is really good.
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cocaine cowboys
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Zoo
Child of Rage
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Idiocracy.

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good free doc on water issues.

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A Certain Kind of Death was good but a little boring at times.  Not quite as good as the others I mentioned.
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180* South
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Originally Posted By CarbineDad:
The Jeremy Clarkson Victoria Cross documentry
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I own a copy now.  It was stirring... to say the least.
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30 for 30 You don't know Bo. My favorite athlete of all time I really wish I would have been born earlier so I could have see him play
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Making a Murderer

Watch it. Now.
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Originally Posted By Kalahnikid:
The one on netflix about the first days of the Israeli air force is pretty good
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I think that us the one where Peewee Herman's father goes over there to fly for them.
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Originally Posted By kuhndog599:
Making a Murderer

Watch it. Now.
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This. Best I've seen in years, and I watch a lot of them.
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Senna
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I think that us the one where Peewee Herman's father goes over there to fly for them.
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Originally Posted By Kalahnikid:
The one on netflix about the first days of the Israeli air force is pretty good



I think that us the one where Peewee Herman's father goes over there to fly for them.


Yes, "Above and Beyond." I just watched it today and I thought it was good.
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if you like Punk Rock

The Other F Word
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If you have Netflix, here's another vote for Winter On Fire.

Trailer on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RibAQHeDia8
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Netflix--Hungry for Change, about how bad manufactured foods and sugars are for the consumer.
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Hornets Nest is on Prime.

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Hornet's Nest was great

check this one out too:
Above and Beyond (also on Prime)
In 1948, a group of World War II pilots volunteered to fight for Israel in the War of Independence. As members of 'Machal' -- volunteers from abroad -- this ragtag band of brothers not only turned the tide of the war, preventing the possible annihilation of Israel at the very moment of its birth; they also laid the groundwork for the Israeli Air Force. ABOVE AND BEYOND is their story. The first major feature-length documentary about the foreign airmen in the War of Independence, ABOVE AND BEYOND brings together new interviews with pilots from the '48 War, as well as leading scholars and statesmen, including Shimon Peres, to present an extraordinary, little-known tale with reverberations up to the present day.
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THE CENTURY OF SELF
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the devil came on horseback
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Adam Carolla's Paul Newman documentary is on Amazon Prime.   It's good.
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Assume you've already seen Long Way Round?
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"We Can Keep  You Forever" available for free om YouTube.
It was made by the BBC in the 1980s I think....
They prove the USA knowingly left military personnel in Laos and that North Vietnam transferred a bunch of POWs to Russia.  
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Originally Posted By Sundowner08L:
Making a Murderer on Netflix. One of the most disturbing things I've ever seen.
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Making a murderer
Long way around
Long way down
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Fascinating view of America. History you have not been told. I highly recommend it.

'America; Imagine a world without her. "

"2016 Obama's America"
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If you are a fan of the original "Mad Max" movie...

You need to check out " The Madness of Max"




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Originally Posted By CarbineDad:
The Jeremy Clarkson Victoria Cross documentry
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And The Greatest Raid of All, also by Clarkson.
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