#1
what are some of the pits favourite documentaries?

im looking for some new ones to watch. i checked out some in an old thread but they werent really that good.

i have the parkway drive documentary and its ****ign sweet.

i was looking for some more like that one.
#2
we should make a documentary of the pit

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#3
best one i ever saw was a 3 hour thing about Leonardo Da Vinci. also liked Zeitgeist as well as any Russian history, vandals, mongols, vikings, science, biology....my girlfriend thinks im a loser.
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#5
Super High Me was pretty funny, but I don't really like documentaries, so I don't have an extensive list of documentaries to compare it with.
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#6
i liked the movie hendrix, dont know if it really qualifies as a documentary though. but as far as musical ones go eric clapton on 60 minutes was awesome, the one for dave matthews new album was good as well. its called the road to big whiskey. theres also an awesome one on youtube about bradley nowell from sublime.
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#8
End of the Century: The Story of the Ramones

And the one about Dandy Warhols and Brian Jonestown Massacre called Dig.
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I agree.


..... that does sound more exciting then my idea

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#11
Watch sicko.
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#12
I know the mere mention of Michael Moore usually results in an e-castration on here, but I thought "Bowling for Columbine" was an excellent one.
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#13
Harlan County USA.

Also, all of the installments in ESPN's "30 for 30" series. Especially the Ali-Holmes one.
#14
I like documentaries about North Korea
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#17
It might get loud was decent, and I liked Invisible Children.
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#18
Pirates of Silicon Valley

Documentary with actors, about the rise of Apple and Microsoft and how Bill Gates ****ed over Steve Jobs. :P
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#19
Pirates of Silicon Valley was awesome. Quite inspiring.

Jeff Buckley, the documentary.

Esoteric Agenda.

Everything Louis Theroux.

Horizon: Space

Before The Music Dies.
#21
One I really enjoyed was Hijacking Catastrophe, you can watch it for free on youtube. It basically deals with how The Bush Administration pimped and exploited 9/11 (not that they orchestrated it, that's ****ing stupid) so that they could justify a radical foreign policy that they had been working on since the early 90's. It's got interviews with soldiers, politicians, professors including Noam Chomsky and veterans.

It's very well done, really opens your eyes to what the War on Terror is really about
#22
There was one recently on HBO about the earthquake in China that killed all those kids while they were in school because the schools will made with dry mortar and bamboo.

Twenty thousand kids died. I cried for them. Good documentary.
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It Came from the Skies, which is about sci fi movies from the 1950s.
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we should make a documentary of the pit

One of the UGers already did that. It was Silly Rabbit. Look it up on Youtube if it isn't already taken down, it was worse than anything Vincent ever did. I've never harassed anybody more in my whole life.
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