Movies I love: Vegan Documentaries on Netflix

The Best Documentaries you can watch right now from home

My favorite way to spend a lazy afternoon is to make some great snacks and sit down to watch a movie. Struggling to find something to watch? Check out a few of my favorite health related Documentaries.

Vegucated-

I can’t say enough about this movie! Watch it, watch it now! Vegetated is the story of 3 regular New Yorkers who take on the challenge of going Vegan for 6 weeks to learn what it is all about. Its a fun and honest look at what it takes to be Vegan and why you should.

FREE on Amazon Prime! and available for steaming on Netflix

Forks Over Knives –

I took my hubby to this movie when it came out in theaters.  I was Veg and we was not. Between this movie and going to a talk by Dr Neal Barnard we are now a Veg couple. This movie is hands down the best, especially for Veg curious people who are craving some scientific and practical information on changing their diet.

Netflix Instant and Amazon rental

Food Inc. –

This movie is loaded with great info, though not a fully Vegan centric movie, the first time I watched it I confirmed this is the right lifestyle for me. Food inc gives you a ton of info o n how your food is made and who is profiting by it.

Netflix instant and Amazon rental

 

BlackFish –

I missed this movie in theaters, but have streamed it a few times. This is a very important movie. Every one needs to see it, and think about the way animals are treated for our entertainment.

Netflix Instant and Amazon rental

Enjoy the movies and let me know what you thought!

♥Pamela

 

Movie Review! Bag It

 

plastic bag turtule

Q.What is the worlds number 1 consumable item?
A. Plastic shopping bags

I was recently told about the movie Bag it! A documentary about plastics, specifically plastic shopping bags.
I try to bring my reusable bags with me where ever I go. But like most people, I am not always prepared for an impromptu stop, and am asked the famous question, paper or plastic? I know enough to feel bad, and swear I will try to do better next time, but why?
Bag It does a great job of explain it all with loads of facts, lots of experts, and most of all a great funny attitude for a serious problem.
The movie is broken down into easy to digest pieces, what is the problem with plastic? where does it go? Is it bad for us, and why? We follow Jeb Berrier as he embarks on a quest to find out more about the plastic we have come to rely on.

Jeb is not a radical environmentalist with an agenda, but a lovable guy next door type with a few questions he wants answered. He goes well beyond plastic shopping bags, and the cities who have successfully (San Fransisco) and unsuccessfully (Seattle) banned them. Since the movie came out Seattle has passed a ban on plastic bags that went in effect July 2012. Jeb covers environmental impacts of all plastics, what these plastics are doing to us, the earth and the animals, and what we should do about it. His search for answers changes the way he lives his daily life, Will it change yours?
It was clear, funny and inspired me to get up immediately and put some smaller bags in my purse so I am always prepared.
Bag It! is available on Netflix DVD only or on Amazon Instant.

Watch the trailer here!