Top Ten Neflix Documentaries

We LOVE documentaries! Here are the Alliray top ten Netflix documentaries!

1. With Great Power: The Stan Lee Story – Even if you’re not into comics this is a great doc about an incredible man.
2. The Pruitt-Igoe Myth – The public housing complex built to change the inner city of St. Louis which became infamous for it’s crime, poverty and seggregation.
3. Resurrect Dead: Mystery of Toynbee Tiles – Mysterious tiles start showing up embedded in the streets in and sidewalks of major east coast cities. One guy decided to find out why.
4. Theremin: An Electronic Odyessy – This is truely an odessy about the invention of the thermin instrument created by Russian inventor Léon Theremin
5. Forks Over Knives – This doc explores that idea that we can cure ourselves of diseases by simply changing the way we eat.
6. Just for Kicks – People obsesed with collecting tennis shoes! So fun!
7. Copyright Criminals – Awesome look at music sampling.
8. Ingredients – Really informative doc about farmers markets and eating local.
9. Moog – This is a great doc about the Moog synthesizer created by Dr Robert Moog.
10. Unusual Buildings – This documentary is great because it’s actually kind of terrible. Lots of weird buildings with an awkward host stuck in the early 90s.

Have you seen any of these? What are some others we should check out?

2 thoughts on “Top Ten Neflix Documentaries

  1. April

    I love a good doc. And I haven’t seen any of these!
    A few I like:
    Bhutto (saw it at Sundance a few years ago. Fascinating.)
    Waiting for Superman (Sundance again. Bill Gates sat right behind me! So good)
    The Pixar Story
    Frozen Planet (not an official doc, but super good)
    Prohibition
    The Dust Bowl
    Exit Through the Gift Shop (Banksy is crazy, but super talented)
    The September Issue (addictive)
    My favorite will always be Grey Gardens, but I know you’ve already seen that!

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    1. allison Post author

      Oooh! All of those sound so good! I’ve seen the September issue and LOVED it so much. Have you seen Bill Cunningham New York? I think you would lie it as well. It’s not on instawatch anymore, but I think you can have the dvd sent to you. And, yes, of course I love Grey Gardens!

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