Inequality for All (2013) is the first one I watched.  It covers the former U.S. Labor Secretary, Robert Reich, as he makes it his life mission teaching others about the dangers of the widening economic gap in the U.S. and its consequences.  He brings up valid points and stresses the positives about a capitalistic society that can work for everyone instead of the top 1% of earners.  They basically take up 20% of the income and as Reich points out the richest 400 Americans own more wealth than the bottom 150 million Americans combined.  So long the American Dream, it doesn’t exist anymore, but hopefully change will not make things look so sour for most of us.  The favorite part of it was the statistical data and graphics.  My thoughts about the American economy:  I hope I can retire at a decent age and where someone doesn’t have to bury me in a pauper’s grave. It is one hour and 29 minutes and watched it on Netflix.