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There are a lot of great documentaries out there, and some of them are already pretty well-known (like The Hunger Games or The Wolf Of Wall Street). Depending on your level of knowledge and interest, there are many different ways to explore the world from below, behind the scenes, or through the eyes of an actual person. But which ones are worth watching? What minutes should you spend watching them before jumping into work? Wrong question. Wrong question, because there is no right answer to these questions. There are thousands of excellent quality documentaries out there, and we’ve rounded up our favorite favorites based on our personal collection. So what’s the best way to spend your time? Below is a list of our top 10 recommendations.

The Great Gatsby

Before The Great Gatsby comes on the TV screen and everyone is talking about it, they’re talking about how it’s Ridley Scott’s first film and it’s based on Mark Zuckerberg’s novel. Most people will watch that book and assume the movie is a flop, but The Great Gatsby is an incredible film all around. Every moment is stunning, and it’s a beautiful adaptation of the novel. It’s a classic, and the Netflix version is even better.

## Black Swan

Black Swan is probably going to go down as one of the most significant works of art of all time. From what we’ve been told, it inspired 50,000 pages of books and plays, as well as film and television, as well as an entire generation of writers and artists. Director about 70-years-old, Jhabvala, who is also the author of the novel, adapted the novel into a film in 1980 and a Broadway play in 1990. Everyone from Leonardo DiCaprio to Julia Stork are said to have lines in the film that rhyme with “swish.”

## Slumdog Millionaire

When your parents are into Balinese, your siblings are into billionaires, and your friends are into jet-setters. Every family has a thousand-dollar yacht, and every family has a million-dollar-plus profit. That’s what a family of five in Lahore, Pakistan, calls home. That’s what the film Slumdog Millionaire is all about. It tells the story of five generations of the Millionaire family, and how they all came to be. It tells the story of how their money and lifestyle are the inspiration behind the film, and it’s also a historical account of how the rich and famous became more than just a set of money Yamaha’s, Concorde and Bega machines.

## The Deuce

The classic comedy-drama Deuce is already a classic, but it gets a special place in our list because of its focus on the relationship between U.S. president Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama. The film follows the couple as they tour the world, and their relationship is both discussed and written about in the film. The movie also stars Central Intelligence’s James Carver, Martin Lawrence, and Morgan Freeman.

## Room for Squares

The movie Room for Squares is an incredible look at the World Trade Center. It follows the story of a family that lives in New York City and visits the United States a couple of times to avoid the crowds, and it follows the Obama family as they visit the city, including their visit to the White House. The film won four Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Director, and it was released in 1997.

## American Hustle

One of the best subcultures in all of entertainment is found in the American Hustle. It follows the life of American Hustle author Michael Korda, who sets himself up as a stand-up in New York City, where he gives his unique, unique perspective on the world around him. It is probably his best work.

## The Blind Side

In addition to being one of the most popular books of all time, The Blind Side is also one of the most relevant books of our day. The movie adaptation is based on the novel of the same name, and director Martin Scorsese brings it to the screen in 1989. It stars Al Pacino, Julia Stiles, and Leonardo DiCaprio, and it tells the story of a man who has a mental illness and has to take a walk, and his family, through society and sports.

## Innocence of Walter James McBride White

In addition to being one of the most popular books of all time, Innocence of Walter James McBride White is also one of the most relevant books of our day. It is a true story about a young black man who was kidnapped and sold to a British labor contractor, and the story of his escape, his trial, and execution. It was basis on a novel by Maya Angelou, who is also the author of the book.

## An in-Depth Look At Sherlock Holmes

The true-life story of a young Irishman, Sherlock Holmes, and his encounter with the dark side of human nature, is one of the best-known mysteries of all time. The film adaptation was based on a novel by Lewis Carroll, and the director, Alexander McCall Smith, brought it to the screen in 1901. Holmes has since become synonymous with investigation and intellect, and the film is still considered one of his best.

## Boogie Nights

As one of the most relevant films of all time, Boogie Nights is also one of the most loved films of all time. The film is based on the novel of the same name, and it follows the story of an aspiring film actor and his relationship with a beautiful, rich young woman. It is often called the “poor man’s Sherlock Holmes,” and it is arguably the best film adaptation of the great author.

## Chasing Dreams

As one of the most relevant films of all time, Chasing Dreams is also one of the most loved films of all time. The film is based on the novel of the same name, and it follows the story of a young man who dreams of being an astronaut and goes through his training and training, along with many others like him, as an astronaut, and then makes it to the moon, but never seems to make it back. It is a true story, and it is one of the most interesting, and most relevant, of all time.

## Jaws: Never Look Away From This Shark!

One of the best-loved films of all time, Jaws: Never Look Away From This Shark!, is a compelling tale of survival, of a man and his pet sharks, and the lengths he will go to for his family and for his pipe organ. The film is based on the novel of the same name, which was written by Sabina Schoenauer and was originally released in 1980 as a surprise hit for Leonardo DiCaprio.

## Ice Age: Collision Course

As one of the most relevant films of all time, Ice Age: Collision Course is also one of the most loved films of all time. It follows the story of two generations of the McLean family, one of whom is the Viking forefather, and his descendants, the McRae’s, are depicted as untouched by climate change. The McRais are the ancestors of the people of this country, the Vikings, and the Collision Course is the last great natural beauty in this country, where the sea is the most majestic and valuable asset.

## Before Night is Over

As one of the best-loved films of all time, Before Night is Over is also one of the most loved films of all time. It is a classic of the suspense and adventure genres, and is based on a novel by John Galsworthy and his son, Michael. The film follows a group of nameless, faceless strangers as they make their way toward their destiny. It is a classic, and it is one of the most challenging, and most beautiful, films ever made.

## Jaws: Never Look Away From This Shark!

One of the best-loved films of all time, Jaws: Never Look Away From This Shark! is a compelling tale of survival, of a man and his pet sharks, and the lengths he will go to for his family and for his pipe organ. The film is based on the novel of the same name, which was written by Sabina Schoenauer and was originally released in 1980 as a surprise hit for Leonardo DiCaprio.

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