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Thank the streaming gods above that at least we're not lacking stuff to watch right now.
Before the days of coronavirus descended upon us, the sheer number of streamers -- Netflix and Hulu and Amazon Prime Video, HBO Now and Disney+ and CBS All Access, with a new service seemingly launching every day -- had become overwhelming. Now, it's what's getting us through all this time quarantining at home. (Who decided there should suddenly be 32 hours in a day?)
Since staying at home is the easiest way to be of service amid our ongoing pandemic, streaming all day, every day is practically philanthropic. And if you aren't the sort of person who is enjoying watching shows and movies about lockdowns and outbreaks right now, perhaps opt for one of these feel-good films available on the streamer of your choice.
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Eat Pray Love
There was never a better time to watch Julia Roberts eat her way through Italy and let a sexy stranger come within six feet of her.
Also streaming on Amazon Prime Video: Nathan Lane and Robin Williams have a kiki in The Birdcage; Reese Witherspoon takes in three eligible bachelors in Home Again; the Greta Gerwig masterpiece that is Lady Bird; Emma Thompson's tour de force, Late Night; and Moonstruck.