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OK, this is something I have been meaning to do for a while now, but have been prompted to do this evening.

Bear in mind, it is 12:16am and I am being kept awake by caffeine, so if I forget something, so be it.

But anyway, here is a list of documentaries that I highly recommend, they are in no specific order, except the first one is a must see…. so happy viewing…

Deliver Us From Evil

Capturing The Friedmans

Bowling For Columbine

Taxi To The Darkside

The US Vs John Lennon

Jesus Camp

One Day In September

Loose Change


Grizzly Man

Capitalism (A Love Story)

The Cove

Touching The Void

Waco The Rules Of Engagement

9/11 The Falling Man

Metallica – Some Kind Of Monster

Standard Operating Procedure

Kurt & Courtney

An Inconvenient Truth


911 Fahrenheit

A Crude Awakening

Who Killed The Electric Car

The Road To Guantanamo

Aileen Wuornos: The Selling Of A Serial Killer

The Bridge

The Corporation

White Light Black Rain

Again, these are just my suggestions, feel free to suggest ones that I have undoubtedly missed, or feel free to tell me I’m an idiot.

Anyway, I hope you enjoy them, or maybe even learn something.


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2 thoughts on “My Favorite Documentaries

  1. Of this list, I’ve seen the Columbine & Fahrenheit ones by Moore (liked both) and the US v John Lennon (fascinating, and a great soundtrack).
    Probably the best doco I’ve ever seen was (and my history/political bent will show here) one looking at the Eastern European revolutions of 1989. Interviewed everyone from Gorbachev, Reagan, Thatcher down to the Berlin Wall guard who opened the gate rather than fire on the crowds.

  2. That sounds really good. I don’t suppose you remember the name of it do you?
    If you want European revolutionaries, check out The Baader Meinhof Complex, theres a link to the trailer on my other movie post. If you don’t mind foreign films, it is absolutely mind blowing…

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