With the release of Top 10 Movies of 2017, it’s time for us to take a look at the top 10 Netflix documentaries of 2017.

It’s a difficult task as Netflix has released a lot of great documentaries over the years and has an enormous amount of content to choose from.

We’ve looked at some of the best documentaries of 2016, and we’re looking forward to the rest of the year.

The films that made us want to jump on Netflix, but didn’t get picked up, are below:Gordon Lightfoot: The Long Way Home (1999) – This documentary tells the story of the American singer-songwriter, whose breakthrough album was released in 1999 and earned him the Grammy Award for Best Rock Album for the song “I Don’t Know What I’m Talking About.”

The film also features a wide range of celebrities and their personal stories, from the former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani to the legendary singer-guitarist Jimi Hendrix.

The documentary was one of the highest-grossing documentaries of all time.

Tina Turner: The Life of Tina Turner (2017) – Tina Turner’s life story is one of great contrasts.

In this documentary, she is a single mother of two, a career musician, and an outspoken feminist who wrote several books and essays on feminism.

Turner has been one of Hollywood’s most popular and successful female performers, as well as an outspoken advocate for women in the entertainment industry.

The film follows her as she goes through a life of trial and error and her transformation from a struggling artist to a world-class singer.

It is an important look at her struggles and the challenges she faced as a woman.

Juan Cole: The Rise and Fall of Juan Cole (2006) – In this biopic, Cole chronicles the rise and fall of the Puerto Rican rock star who was once a major hit with young fans.

Cole was a member of the rock band The Shins, which he formed in 1982.

Cole’s career was also a bit of a hit-or-miss affair, and he never really found a place in mainstream rock circles.

The movie features a number of other celebrities and music industry insiders, including John Legend, John Cale, and David Bowie.

In case you missed it, here’s our Netflix top 10 films of 2017 list:1.

Gordon L. Lightfoot documentary:The Long WayHome (1999).

The Long, Way Home is a documentary about singer-singer-song-writer Gordon Lightfeet, who is considered one of music’s greatest songwriters.

The Longway Home, which also contains a number other popular songs, includes interviews with Lightfeet family, friends, and bandmates.2.

Tinas turner doc:The Life of Brian: The Untold Story of Brian Wilson (2018).

The documentary features interviews with musicians and people who knew Brian during his lifetime.

In his own words, he describes his music as a “whispering voice” that is “always on,” and he says that “people in the know know what it’s all about.”3.

Top 10 Netflix documentary of 2016:Juan Coleman doc:Tina, Tina, Tina: The Story of Tina (2016).

In this feature-length documentary, Tina Turner, who was born in Los Angeles in 1971, is featured in the documentary as a young woman trying to find her place in a rock-and-roll music scene.

She also talks about her relationship with husband Joe, her musical and cultural influence, and her own personal journey.4.

Journey to the Center of the Earth (2009) – The documentary is about a young boy who finds out that he can travel to the center of the earth.

The story is told through a series of photographs that show the journey the boy took.

The book tells the boy’s story from the perspective of his mother and his aunt, who were on a trip to the South Pole at the time.5.

Tinsel: The Making of the Top Ten Movies of 2016 (2016) – Tinsel, which tells the true story of Tinsel the cat, is a feature-film documentary that was nominated for an Academy Award in 2016.

The feature film tells the untold story of a cat who was created in the early 1900s by the inventor, inventor of the vacuum tube, Dr. Benjamin Franklin.

Tinsel’s owner died in 1904, but the story goes on to be one of Tinsells greatest achievements and most iconic moments.6.

Tiny Turner: Rise and Failure (2016): Tina Turner was one half of the hit band The Beatles, and this documentary tells her story as she was growing up in the 1960s and 1970s.

The Beatles were one of pop’s biggest stars and their popularity spread across the world, and the documentary tells their story from Tina Turner and her mother, mother-in-law, and