Updated: Jul 17, 2019
Well this one is toughy, all things considered I'll give you my top 3 that motivated, inspired and shocked me!
What The Health-Many of you probably have heard of it and many of you HAVE STILL NOT WATCHED IT. What the----even though I am not putting this list in any order this documentary def shocked me the MOST. I am a facts kind of person, I won't ruin it, but if you or someone you are trying to convince to join you on the #plantbased eating life watch this like NOW. It spits nothing but #facts and science and other SHOCKING details about how things--politics--- works in the US. No #animalcruelty I promise.
Food Inc.- Although a little bit older now (2009), I watched it wayy after it came out. Actually a really really cool friend of mine showed it to me and that is what ACTUALLY GOT ME THINKING. The documentary shows an all-around INSIDE SCOOP as to HOW, WHO and WHAT our food (animal agriculture) goes through. After watching this although there was only a BIT of animals footage, I understood enough and REFUSED to be ignorant and became MOTIVATED. Event though my really cool friend Chris and I aren't friends anymore (#sadface)---which I don't really know why honestly, probably because I graduated and he was still a #senior---I will be forever grateful to him. For OPENING MY EYES.
Earthlings-Fast forward to a year and a half ago, I finally made the decision when my boyfriend and his siblings were watching this documentary. I tried not to look but I couldn't stop glancing over. One of my best friends a few years ago ( first vegan I had met) would always tell me that he would show me the documentary one day. Once he told me what it was about I would always be like noooooooooo WE ARE NOT. And we never did. I was the one who ended up being curious and watched it from middle to end. I realized I had and have NO RIGHT to be inflicting pain for days and YEARS of SUFFERING to anybody. Very eyeopening,...very INSPIRING, but you must have a strong mind to watch this from start to finish.
What the Health and Food Inc are on Netflix for sure. Not too sure about Earthlings. Let me know in the comments.