So, what's the easiest way to help Earth? Learning and knowing stuff about it.
Learning and knowing… but you said "easy!"
Actually, I said "easiest," and the easiest way to learn and know stuff is by watching movies about stuff.
Documentaries can be educational and ent–
No — will you just — some documentaries are actually really–
I mean, you like a movie that's based on a story, right?
Ripped from the headlines?
Here are seven documentaries that are rich with drama just like you might see played out on screen by Jack on 24 or that guy from Angel. And…youjustmightlearnsomethingabouttheEarthtotallybyaccident. There are guns in one!
I love guns like the womb!
The Cove – Secret spies take out underground dolphin-murdering ring.
Who Killed the Electric Car? – A murder mystery (obviously), with corporate intrigue, espionage and one big "car chase."
Food, Inc. – Gross-out film of the decade. Not for the faint of heart.
Frontline: The Spill – Conspiracy, carnage and explosions.
Tapped – A conspiracy breaks wide open. Danger lurks everywhere, even inside your MOUTH.
Turtle: The Incredible Journey – A f*cking badass turtle f*cks sh*t up.
The Yes Men Fix the World – A ragtag duo of con-artists infiltrate the dark underbelly of corporate America:
You're welcome for the best week of movies ever. And for how smart you'll be afterward. As we say here at Address the Mess: That's edutainment!*
* We also say "That's ecotainment."