Doing this in place of writing anything. Just thought it was interesting.
Current TV recently broadcast over 5 weeks the top 50 Documentaries To See Before You Die. I wish they spent more time on each documentary but I guess that's how list shows go anyway. Never enough.
The top 50 are as follows:
50. Spellbound (2002) - loved it, but then again I love spelling. Geek.
49. Truth or Dare (1991) - love her music, can't stand her as a person
45. The Decline of Western Civilization Part II: The Metal Years (1988) - up in the air about seeing this. Already have seen Rock of Love on VH1
44. Burma VJ (2008)
42. Catfish (2010) - this I loved! Went in thinking it was going to be a horror film! NIce surprise!
41. The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters (2007) - the main character is/was an ass
40. When We Were Kings (1996) - hate boxing
39. Biggie & Tupac (2002) - hate thug rap anyway
38. March of the Penguins (2005) - so freakin' cute, sad, awe-inspiring
35. Paragraph 175 (2000) - sad
31. Jesus Camp (2006) - scary mind-control
30. Fahrenheit 9/11 (2004) - MIchael Moore can do no wrong in my book
29. Man on Wire (2008) - even with my fear of heights
28. Gasland (2010)
27. Tarnation (2003) - freak
23. The Eyes of Tammy Faye (2000) - love me some Tammy Faye
22. Shut Up & Sing (2006) - eh, I read enough through the whole debacle
21. Exit Through the Gift Shop (2010) - the guys sounds like an ass from the trailer
20. Capturing the Friedmans (2003) - loved it! Creepy but love character pieces like this.
18. Food, Inc. (2008) - and still I'm a carnivore
16. Bus 174 (2002)
15. Crumb (1994)
14. Dark Days (2000)
12. Bowling for Columbine (2002) - another Michael Moore masterpiece
11. Paris Is Burning (1991) - have seen it a few times
10. Grizzly Man (2005) - guy's a freak
8. An Inconvenient Truth (2006) - mentally drained after seeing this a few weeks ago
7. The Celluloid Closet (1995) - surprised I haven't seen this yet
5. Supersize Me (2004) - love me some Morgan Spurlock. And love me some McDonalds
3. Roger & Me (1989) - Seriously, it's Michael Moore
1. Hoop Dreams (1994) - yet I hate basketball
Want to see Don't want to see Have seen