This list of the “top 10 Environmental films of all time,” posted at Mother Nature Network, is interesting. I’ve been meaning to join Netflix, and now have something to add to the excuse list to do that.

I’m  not sure if I agree with whatever the definition here is of “environmental film,” but, after all, as we say here, “The Environment is Everywhere.”  Wall-E is ranked No.1, but I can think of others I’d put on the list before Wall-E.  Others on the list, notably China Syndrome and Erin Brockovich, do work for me, however, as these movies are earth-bound, with real people, and help the audience learn about very important issues.