Overwhelmed by all the home entertainment options available? Here's an almost complete guide on what to watch, read, listen to and play while we're all staying at home.
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Movie recommendations from Los Angeles Times critics Justin Chang (J.C.) and Kenneth Turan (K.T.). Titles are available on video-on-demand (VOD) platforms or streaming services as noted.
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