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The Pyramid Code. Carmen Boulter Ph.D. University of Calgary walks us through evidence about incredible intelligence ancients possessed and how and why this is avoided being taught in schools. Each of the five episodes in this groundbreaking series are major eye openers. Filmed in Egypt. On Netflix.

Heartland. If you're looking for a great out of the city location close to a major city, this series of episodes will provide good information and majestic living scenery for one's consideration, all in well done movies with relevant modern day western stories. The series is made around Calgary, Alberta, one of the ten Sun cities in North America and home of the Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth, the Calgary Stampede. The series follows the ups and downs of families living on ranches and farms around Calgary and circumstances they daily encounter. Interesting, informative, true to life and the spectacular real panoramas and beautiful sets will awaken your love for the simpler life away from the city. As the actors 'settle in', the episodes become even better. Netflix.

The Kindness Diaries. Leon Logothetis travels from Alaska through Alberta, down to Argentina looking for kindness. Driving his 50 year old yellow Volkswagen convertible without a heater and without money to pay for food and lodging, he finds kindness and returns it in inspiring ways helping others. Netflix.

The Grand Hotel. Intrigue, mystery, a 'who-done-it' series of episodes with an interesting plot, great acting and a story line that will keep you alert throughout each episode. In Spanish and subtitled in English. Netflix.

Billy Graham.(pronounced 'gray uhm' also 'gram'). The legacy of a man millions upon millions of people respected and why. Billy said that he didn't understand all the Bible.(similar to what Job said in Job 42:3), but what he knew to be true, he followed and it changed the lives of millions. Netflix

God Blesses the Broken Road. A story of the broken lives of so many of us and why it occurs. Netflix
Deuteronomy 8:16 "...that God might humble you and that he might prove you, to do you good at your latter end."

Samson. A spectacular production about the historical figure known as Samson. Netflix.

Rotten. The corporate food industry and their tricks. Need we say more? Netflix.

Dancing With the Birds. You may have thought you've seen all birds can do. Well, see this one and you'll be more than amazed; it can copy multiple voices and give them back all at once like children in a playground laughing and talking as they do. Just unreal! And so much more in this great documentary. Netflix.

Our World. Narrated by Sir David Attenborough. Akin to.Planet Earth.and.Planet Earth II.from BBC, these 8 episodes will fill your hunger of nature with more spectacular videography and with new and updated information. Netflix.

The 12th Man. You won't think the things that happened could possibly have been true, but they actually did occur. Netflix.

Life Below Zero. Will engross the attention. More on it. New season 5 just added. Netflix.

Timeless. A thrilling historical drama based on true events; glues you to your seat. Netflix.

Saving Sirga: A Journey Into the Heart of a Lion. The bond between good hearted men and a lion cub. Very interesting. Netflix.

The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind. The true story of a boy, who against all hardship was able to develop a device from scrap which saved his village of Wimbe, Malawi, Africa, map 1, 2. Netflix. Also a TED talk.

Root Cause. A must see for anyone thinking of or having had a root canal or any tooth extraction. On Netflix. Educate yourself!

Lion, but not an animal here. A true story that will turn hearts. Starring, among others, Nicole Kidman. Netflix.

Hunter Killer. A great submarine thriller on par with The Hunt for Red October. Netflix.

High Seas. A short series about intrigue that you can see all at once.

The Quake. A scenario about the earthquake danger in and around Oslo, Norway. Very well done. Netflix.

The 12th Man. You won't think what happens could possibly be true, but they actually did occur. Netflix.

A Wrinkle In Time. Oprah, like you've never seen her before. On Netflix. A phantasmagorical journey to 'the other side' and back. Based upon proven concepts in physics most need to know, it's a colorful, engaging and professionally done epic journey accompanied with thoughtful wisdom.

Tarzan. Extremely well done and with the beautiful scenery of Africa. On Netflix.

Under the Tuscan Sun, Diane Lane. Gorgeous scenery of Tuscan, Italy and a really warm story. On Netflix.

Paris Can Wait. Diane Lane, Alex Baldwin. A lady needs to get to Paris, but as life would have it, ends up on a bit of a wild and funny roundabout tour towards it through the beautiful countryside of France with a somewhat impetuous romantic character. On Netflix.

About a Boy. Hugh Grant stars in this light-hearted farce as a fellow who has never worked and lives selfishly, that is, until he's thrown into new life where he changes. On Netflix.

The Accountant. Ben Affleck. Mystery, intrigue. Great acting and story. An autistic boy who grows into being much more than being an accountant. A powerful, well put together movie that will keep you glued to the screen as it comes together. On Netflix.

Secret Ingredients. 30 years of research supports this movie about what's really in the 'food' most people consume. Search for it.

What the Health?.A movie to correct many deficient health parts of society. About fixing the confusion, the lies and deceitful ways that are still being perpetrated to negatively affect people.

VAXXED. Disillusionment supreme. You trusted 'em regarding the health of your children because you believed them, but their lies and collusion to the massive hurt of children finally came out. The last thirty minutes shows the incredible corruption for greed and what they've done in harming children continues unabated today. Search for this full length movie. And now.VAXXED II, The Peoples Truth, about the heartaches a growing nuumber of parents who had their kids vaccinated endure.

Stink. On Netflix. And you thought personal care products were well tested for safe use?

Designated Survivor, with Kiefer Sutherland. An extremely well written story told as a riveting episodic political corruption thriller that keeps one's interest glued through both seasons 1 & 2. On Netflix.

The Mechanic, starring Jason Statam, will also keep you on the edge of your seat throughout the movie.

Security.with Antonio Banderos. Holds on to you. Grabs and keeps your interest. For those wanting to be on the edge of their seat all way through.

Evil Genius. The true story of what happened when the dark side was given opportunity to influence a person. On Netflix.

Now You See Me, Woody Harrelson, Michael Caine. Co-produced with David Copperfield. A movie based on the magic of David Copperfield, one you're sure to enjoy.

7 Years In Tibet. Starring Brad Pitt. Based on a true story. Very interesting, amazing scenery, a great story and superb acting.

24 hours. A gripping thriller through all episodes. On Netflix.
 
 


C l a s s i c  M o v i e s
The Sting. Academy Award winner. Starring Paul Newman. Lighthearted. What it's about.

Legends of the Fall. 1994. Brad Pitt, Anthony Hopkins. One of the greatest western movies ever made. Great scenery. Filmed in Alberta.

Patton. Won the Academy Award in 1970 for best picture. George C. Scott stars in this docudrama about the life and times of the famous general who was key to winning the second world war in Europe. Interesting true story and great cinematography.

High Noon, with Gary Cooper, a movie about the old West that will keep you on the edge of your seat.

Gandi. The historical figure Mohandas Gandi who advocated non violent passive resistance and was assassinated.

Green Mile.(will make you think).with Tom Hanks.

The Governess, Minnie Driver.
 


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