Many people enjoy entertainment in the form of real-life documentaries. Today we’re sharing a list of the best documentaries of all time so that you can find something cool to watch this weekend.
Whether you want to watch a real-life story or a historical documentary this list will help you find something interesting to watch.
When We Were Kings
This documentary helps take you back inside the life of Muhammad Ali. This documentary was created to relive the fight between Muhammad Ali and George Foreman but lends more insight into the life of Muhammad Ali than ever before seen.
March of the Penguins
This is one of the best nature documentaries the world has ever seen. Watch the life of the penguins as they march and live life on their terms. This is by far one of the most thorough documentaries about penguins. You’ll be mesmerized as you watch and unable to turn away until the film is over.
Minding the Gap
This film was created in 2015 to show the journey of best friends during a 12 year period. This heartbreaking coming of age story is something that everyone will understand. That’s why we just had to keep it in our list of the best documentaries of all time for you to watch!
Won’t You Be my Neighbor?
A childhood favorite for many elders in the world today, Mr. Rogers life is shown in this documentary that you can stream with a rental purchase on Amazon Prime. Learn more about the impacts this man had on children and adults throughout his lifetime.
If you enjoy a bit of adventure then this rock climbers documentary will have you on the edge of your seat. This documentary shares the journey of one rock climber’s ascent to the top of El Capitan in Yosemite National Park without ropes or harnesses!
The Last Waltz
This documentary was created in 1978 to capture one Canadian rock group. The band’s final show features a concert that music fans will enjoy, especially if they grew up in this era. Watch the final concert with special features from Bob Dylan and other 70 artists within the documentary.
Three Identical Strangers
This documentary features the story of triplets that were separated at birth only to find each other later in life. The three set out to uncover the truth of their separation at birth. While this is a little heartbreaking, it’s an interesting documentary to watch.
Documentaries help you understand the life of someone else, the history of a region in the world, and other important facts that help you pause to not repeat the negative decisions others made throughout history.