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Ken Burns Prohibition and if you love baseball check out his 18 and a half hour Baseball documentary.  Well actually anything from Ken Burns is worth watching.

 

Also, Grand Prix: The Killer Years, its a very emotional documentary but very in depth with lots of graphic footage 

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180 Degrees South.  Follows one man's journey from California to Patagonia, Chile.  The same journey the founder of Patagonia clothing line and a friend made in the 60's.  Good movie.

This is why I started the thread. Great rec. Would have never heard about it. Thanks man.
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Ken Burns Prohibition and if you love baseball check out his 18 and a half hour Baseball documentary.  Well actually anything from Ken Burns is worth watching.

Also, Grand Prix: The Killer Years, its a very emotional documentary but very in depth with lots of graphic footage 

Both big time thumbs up.

If you are into grand prix... see Senna.
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Both big time thumbs up.
If you are into grand prix... see Senna.

 

 

Haha I just bought it and Steve McQueen's Le Mans, I haven't had time to watch them yet.  

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Haha I just bought it and Steve McQueen's Le Mans, I haven't had time to watch them yet.  

Le Mans is a classic.

See James Gardner is Grand Prix, its brilliant. Brilliant. Better than Grand Prix, actually, but in a different way.
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This is why I started the thread. Great rec. Would have never heard about it. Thanks man.

No problem.  Also, like someone posted earlier, everyone needs to check out Cocaine Cowboy's.  The first one is fantastic, the second one I didn't really care for.  Rakontour makes some really good documentaries.  They did Broke and The U for ESPN's 30 for 30, the Cocaine Cowboy's movies, and Square Grouper.  They are a quality documentary group.

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No problem.  Also, like someone posted earlier, everyone needs to check out Cocaine Cowboy's.  The first one is fantastic, the second one I didn't really care for.  Rakontour makes some really good documentaries.  They did Broke and The U for ESPN's 30 for 30, the Cocaine Cowboy's movies, and Square Grouper.  They are a quality documentary group.

Didnt know they were connected, but makes total sense now. Wow. Fascinating.
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Le Mans is a classic.
See James Gardner is Grand Prix, its brilliant. Brilliant. Better than Grand Prix, actually, but in a different way.

 

Actually it was watching Garner's Grand Prix that got m motivated to watch The Killer Years documentary 

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Actually it was watching Garner's Grand Prix that got m motivated to watch The Killer Years documentary 

Its gone full circle, then. nod[1].gif
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If you like music, check out Everyday Sunshine, the Story of Fishbone. One of the greatest bands that most people never heard of. Influenced so many 90s bands on the West Coast and beyond.
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Discovery Channel When We Left Earth - The NASA Missions
Superb!

I just started watching the first episode. So far so good. The old footage is amazing.
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Something from Nothing The Art of Rap

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Rip!: A Remix Manifesto is another great documentary that about copyright laws but is very entertaining throughout the whole video

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Really good idea for a thread, going to trawl through some pages and see what I can find!

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Secrets Of The Tribe (2010) (90 min)

Watch now right here.... (Click to show)

Anthropologists under the magnifying glass. Specifically, several who studied the Yanomamo tribes of South America.
That's Yanomamo, not Yo-mama.
Warning- Adult content (no violence) and not appropriate for the office or the kids.
Edited by MyOtherLife - 11/1/12 at 4:24pm
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