“I’m just a simple man trying to make my way in the universe.”
So recently I’ve been watching every Netflix crime show or documentary I can find! Here’s a list of my top 3 favorites but I could include so many more:
- Team Foxcatcher – really good documentary about a billionaire who killed an Olympic gold medalist in wresting. It’s an interesting and sad story about a man who just wanted friends but had no social skills and did a horrible thing.
- Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile – I never knew Zac Efron had this much acting skills but he played Ted Bundy great! Really crazy story about something that happened just before my time but I always heard references to ‘Ted Bundy’ and now I know why he became such a household name. Horrible guy and horrible crimes but an interesting story about how the country was captivated by the story.
- The People vs. O.J. Simpson – What a great one! Maybe this should be my first favorite but this is about THE trial of the century. It has all the makings of a good story: fame, fortune, a beloved athlete that fell from grace, and the behind closed doors scandals and affairs. It was a great TV series that had wonderful actors that really gave a good insight into how the attorneys handled the ins and outs and ups and downs of a trial that lasted over a year.
What have been y’all’s favorite shows on Netflix (crime related or not)? Did y’all get really hooked on something and you just haven’t been able to put it down?
Let me know in the comments!
“And these blast points, too accurate for sand people. Only Imperial stormtroopers are so precise.”
“If I’m going to make a fake movie, it’s going to be a fake hit!”
“Ah, music! A magic far beyond anything we do here.”
Fellow bloggers, I need movie recommendations! I love movies like Ocean’s 11, Inception, and Valkyrie, anyone got any movie recommendations like that?
I love history and thoughtful movies and I’m not a huge fan of super hero movies or just straight action movies.
Any suggestions would be super appreciated! 🙂
“Cinema is a matter of what’s in the frame and what’s out.”
I don’t get it…I get one ticket for a movie (seeing a movie by myself, don’t hate) and I get this?