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The Documentaries thread

Discussion in 'TV & Film' started by saddler_andy, Jun 24, 2014.

  1. AlissonWonderland

    AlissonWonderland Slumdog Mignolet

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    Nah man, could tell from the start he was a sociopath and things didn't add up.

    He was rumbled when Louis confronted him about what his former friend said about their weird 3's up.
     
  2. Muller

    Muller I like using gifs

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    Didn’t see that bit had it on in the background so wasn’t really concentrating only really seen the bit where he is crying talking to Louis and that seemed pretty sincere to me.
     
  3. Andy

    Andy Formerly Manutdlegend

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    Abducted in plain sight. This has to be a wind up surely? It seemed too far fetched to be true.
     
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    Muller I like using gifs

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    Mental that the parents are ****ing idiots.
     
  5. RedDev

    RedDev Back from a long break.

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    When you go to the states I think you realise it isn't.......
     
  6. Taffy

    Taffy C'mon you reds.

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    Earth From Space.

    A unique view of looking down at the earth from above. The footage is incredible seeing mountain ranges, cities, rivers etc etc from space.



    Watched the first show yesterday and looking forward to the second one as of now.


    The BBC at its best. Never mind your shit cooking shows or quiz programmes, carry on with the natural world.
     
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    @johnnyT told me space doesn't exist
     
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    Some great pictures I agree, there is no video of the earth spinning as a whole though which begs the question why?

    Its Flat !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  9. Taffy

    Taffy C'mon you reds.

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    Can i ask where the sun and moon go once out of view of say the UK. Yes i know this is very much off topic.
     
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    They get further away
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  11. Taffy

    Taffy C'mon you reds.

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    Africa

    BBC wildlife doc, downloaded the entire series yesterday. The giraffes fighting is an amazing scene.
     
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    The Seven Five. Corruption and massive balls.
     
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    Taffy C'mon you reds.

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    Life and Death Row.

    The cameras follow the families of those who had a loved one murdered in the days leading up to the execution of the convicted killer. There are interviews with the men who carried out the wicked deeds that has resulted in them facing death in a few days time.

    Arizona is in a rush to execute 8 men in 10 days as a drug they use is going to go out of date. Nuts.

    An amazing story of one woman who forgave the killer of her son as she didn't want to be overcome with bitterness and anger.

    The 8 part series is on the BBC On Demand. Brilliant watch.
     
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    Valley Uprising (2014).

    The history of big wall climbing in the Yosemite Valley. Although the depiction of climbers as a drug fuelled counterculture in a constant battle with the park authorities was probably accurate in the late 60s and throughout the 70s, I found it tried to unjustly labour this point towards the end.
    Overall I found the characters and story fascinating and well worth a watch. 8/10
     
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    Just watched the Fyre Festival one.

    The documentary is so well done it’s incredible how much footage they have and how much footage they have of Billy.
     
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    Free Solo

    Follows Alex Hannold a professional climber who attempts to climb/free solo El Capitan in Yosemite with no ropes. Inspiring and emotional the margin for error is ridiculous have nothing but respect for the guy.

    9.5/10
     
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    Arkwright Barnsleytilidie

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    I can confirm there is indeed such a thing space....it can be found mainly inbetween Johnny's ears.
     
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    Last night, I watched BBC4 documentary "Last Breath." Probably because I got into it without thinking much or being sure how it would be resolved, it was one of the most engaging non-nature documentaries I've ever watched. Some amazing footage and capturing of how different folk reacted to the situation. It even triggered a few strange but non-threatening and non-water related memories of passing out whilst ill on a trek, struggling to get breath (when waking up at high altitude) and simply going under general anaesthetics, to give it a bit of personal colour.

    BBC iPlayer - Last Breath
     
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    The guy is just a machine and on a different level.
     
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    Really enjoying the Remastered docu-series on Netflix - it's a behind-the-music-like deep dive into certain artists. My favorite being the Robert Johnson episode, as he's one of my favorite artists of all time, and his life remains a mystery decades on. The Bob Marley one was very good, as well as the Johnny Cash one. The episode about the tune "The Lion Sleeps Tonight" is quite heartbreaking.
     

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