What have you been watching since being told that you can’t go out because of the coronavirus pandemic?
If you have run out of options, the staff at Entertainment Weekly have come up with their list of the best comfort movies to watch since the country's still in lock-down.
Classic films like “Some Like It Hot” have made the cut.
So did the Christmas staple “Love Actually," but remember that’s a grown-up movie not suitable for kids.
And the Richard Donner “Superman” film from 1978 made the list.
But Entertainment Weekly wasn't the only media outlet to come up with a list of things to watch.
So did The New York Times.
The newspaper compiled multiple lists of best movies on Netflix, Amazon Prime and Hulu into a one-stop-article.
The Times suggested movies like "The Irishman," "The Two Popes" and "Marriage Story," all on Netflix.
If you want to rent a movie, then the writers said movies like "Knives Out," "Uncut Gems" and "Jojo Rabbit" are available for rental on a variety of digital platforms, the Times reported.
Even TV Guide got into the game, suggesting movies and television shows that are available this month on a variety of streaming services.
"Mrs. America," which is streaming on FX on Hulu is a series that takes a look at the Equal Rights Amendment movement of the '70s, TV Guide reported.
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