Why do we hate these documentaries?

The term “documentary” is a controversial term.

It can be used to describe a wide range of films, including documentaries about the past or contemporary issues, but not documentary about the present.

However, when applied to documentaries, the word “document” is also often used to denote an anthology of short films and feature films.

Some films, such as “The Garden”, “The Drop”, “A Healer” and “The Prestige”, are among the most popular documentary series on Netflix.

In this article, we take a look at some of the most successful documentaries on Netflix, which have been nominated for various awards, including “Best Documentary”, “Best Television Series” and the “Best TV Documentary”.

The following list is curated by our staff, and features some of our favourite documentaries.1.

“The Treehouse” by Andrew Zimmern 2.

“Garden” by Jon M. Chu 3.

“Drop” by Ben Wheatley 4.

“Vincent” by Tim Burton5.

“Harden” (1958) by Tom Hanks 6.

“Green Room” by John Huston 7.

“Crazy Rich Asians” by James Ivory 8.

“Boots” (2011) by Paul Thomas Anderson 9.

“Wrecking Ball” by Brad Pitt and Steven Spielberg 10.

“Tale of Two Cities” by Brian De Palma 11.

“Mystic River” by Paul Schrader 12.

“Big Fish” by David Cronenberg 13.

“A Heartbreaking Work” by Amy Berg 14.

“Jupiter Ascending” by Edgar Wright 15.

“Blue Velvet” by Sergei Eisenstein 16.

“Spirited Away” by Sofia Coppola17.

“Nathan for You” by Richard Linklater 18.

“How To Train Your Dragon 2” by Michael Bay 19.

“Unbroken” by Adam McKay 20.

“Dance with Me” by Jodie Foster 21.

“Porgy and Bess” by Julia Roberts 22.

“American Hustle” by Ryan Gosling 23.

“Birdman” by Matt Damon 24.

“Bad Moms” by Melissa Leo 25.

“Mud” by Jessica Chastain 26.

“Raging Bull” by Kevin Costner 27.

“White Noise” by Quentin Tarantino 28.

“Beasts of the Southern Wild” by Stephen King 29.

“Inception” by Ray Harryhausen 30.

“La La Land” by Damien Chazelle

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