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Review: The Best Documentaries On Netflix


Are you looking for some real entertainment? Go for documentaries because the lessons you can learn from someone’s life struggle, you cannot learn those from any other source of entertainment. Filmmakers like showing the world what a personality has been through, what struggles he faced before getting famous.


From sports to drama, there are a lot of documentaries available on Netflix along with horrors too. You can find documentaries like Knox, The Keepers, 13th, Amy, Gaga: Five Foot Two, and many other empowering women through films. If you have watched all those fictional films and TV shows, it is time to switch to documentaries.

Strong Island

Strong Island came in 2017, recently added to Netflix. The story of the movie follows the death of Yance Ford’s brother Fred, who got killed by a white man. Strong Island’s director is Yance Ford.

Lo and Behold: Reveries of the Connected World

The movie features the awful effects of Artificial Intelligence and the Internet on human life, and how they are taking over daily life. The film also features CEO Elon Musk directed by Werner Herzog.

20 Feet From Stardom

The film won the Academy Award in the category of Best Documentary Film. It features the story of people who stand behind the stars. The movie released in 2013 and directed by Morgan Neville


Amy is the story of a music star whose life was a massacre. The film shows the personal struggle of Amy and her love for music. Amy released in 2015 and directed by Asif Kapadia.


It is an animal documentary which features a whale. Blackfish came in 2013 and directed by Gabriela Cowperthwaite.

Gaga: Five Foot Two

Lady Gaga has her documentary, which consists of her life struggles and her love for music. The documentary also features the time when she performed at Super Bowl directed by Chris Moukarbel.