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11 Best Rated Documentaries on Netflix Streaming

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Get ready for the ultimate Netflix and chill as we explore the 11 best rated documentaries on Netflix streaming in 2015.

Predictably, not one from the best political documentaries made it on this list. Instead, we have tales of human compassion, betrayal, urban fashion, crime, and vine. There’s something for anyone on this list. Some of these best rated documentaries are about parenting, so if you have (or plan to have) children, you might want to check them out.

11 Best Rated Documentaries on Netflix Streaming in 2015

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To rank 11 best rated documentaries on Netflix streaming in 2015, we used our standard formula. Going simply by IMDb rating just wouldn’t cut it, although we did include it in our final ranking. We also scoured dozen of lists on most popular sites in order to get an accurate feel for public opinion. We mixed it all together and came up with a genuine Insider Monkey ranking. We hope you’ll enjoy watching them.

11. Sexy Baby

Site Score: 1, IMDb Score: 1 Overall Score: 2
Directed by Jill Bauer and Ronna Gradus
Year: 2012

This is a documentary every parent will want to see. In this digital age of ours, the children are constantly exposed to adult content, in a manner earlier generations have never experienced. This changes fundamentally how today’s kids learn about and perceive sex. According to the filmmakers, you’d be hard pressed to find a high school kid who doesn’t know someone who had sent or received nude pictures. In the interviews, they discuss what the kids are talking about today when it comes to sex. The adults are equally puzzled by the adult content becoming mainstream. We had generation X, generation Y, perhaps this is the time for generation XXX.

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