I love documentaries. No matter on what, I find most interesting to watch. There were three I watched recently on Netflix. If anyone has good ones they have seen lately, list them. Narco Cultura- About drug enforcement in Juarez, Mexico. The constant drug murders and the extreme danger the enforcement and crime scene officers have to deal with every day. It's shocking that they continue to do their job with the danger they are in. $chooled- Awesome documentary on the insane rise of college sports and how it's basically the major sports in the US now. Shows the billions the schools take in every year off the students and the extreme hypocrisy of the NCAA. Goes into the mistreating and free labor of students started by the simple practice of labeling them "student athletes". Bigger, Stronger, Faster- Documentary on steroid use in America. The rise and constant use. Film takes a look at both sides, although it feels a bit like a pro steroid doc. I like the brothers aspect of it and how it shows how sports/entertinament is riddled with them. Well that I knew before the doc being in sports but it really shows in order to compete, make the money, be famous, etc, many guys juice and they are almost always ahead of the testing.