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Life in the time of coronavirus means staying home as much as possible. So hooray for shares on Facebook filled with ideas of what to do.

One post included a list of the 50 best movies to watch on Netflix taken from The New York Times.

"The Irishman," (2019)

"Marriage Story," (2019)

"City of God," (2003)

"The Ballad of Buster Scruggs," (2018)

"The Bling Ring," (2013)

"American Factory," (2019)

"Goodfellas," (1990)

"Moonlight," (2016)

"The Shawshank Redemption," (1994)

"Raiders of the Lost Ark," (1981)

"Moon," (2009)

"Monty Python and the Holy Grail," (1975)

"Roma," (2018)

"The Dark Knight," (2008)

"The Squid and the Whale," (2005)

"A Single Man," (2009)

"The Witch," (2016)

"Philadelphia," (1993)

"The Blackcoat's Daughter," (2017)

"Room," (2015)

"Private Life," (2018)

"Young Adult," (2011)

"My Happy Family," (2017)

"Silver Linings Playbook," (2012)

"Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy," (2011)

"Atlantics," (2019)

"Justin Timberlake + the Tennessee Kids," (2016)

"The Little Prince," (2016)

"13th," (2016)

"Mississippi Grind," (2015)

"Magnolia," (1999)

"Blue Valentine," (2010)

"Pan,"s Labyrinth," (2006)

"Searching for Sugar Man," (2012)

"20th Century Women," (2016)

"Rosemary,"s Baby," (1968)

"The Kindergarten Teacher," (2018)

"Y Tu Mamá También," (2002)

"Raging Bull," (1980)

"Kill Bill: Vol. 1," (2003)

"Kill Bill: Vol. 2," (2004)

"Mudbound," (2017)

"Groundhog Day," (1993)

"Mystic River," (2003)

"Hell or High Water," (2016)

"Okja," (2017)

"The Adventures of Tintin," (2011)

"Inception," (2010)

"Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon," (2000)

"Once Upon a Time in the West," (1969)

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