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Coronavirus: Stream this — one of 2020’s best movies just came out

Which movies should you stream at home? Here are recommendations, and one to avoid.

“Never Rarely Sometimes Always”: Eliza Hittman embraces realism again for her award-winning drama about a small-town Pennsylvania teen (a natural Sidney Flanigan, who never acted before) confronting roadblocks to get an abortion. There’s not one false step in the “Beach Rats” director’s verite drama, an affecting portrait that speaks with quiet but urgent authority. Details: 4 out of 4 stars, streaming on Amazon Prime.

“Dolphin Reef”: Disney+ bails out parents with this family-friendly, sumptuously photographed Nature documentary narrated by an exclamatory Natalie Portman. The spectacle of the undersea world and its denizens are the stars, even if “Dolphin” intends to chart the cute growing pains of a dolphin. The streaming service also offers “Elephant,” narrated by Meghan Markle. Details: 3 stars; available now.

“Tigertail”: Alan Yang’s subtle family drama shifts from Taiwan to America as well as from a child’s perspective to that of a senior, as a repressed man reflects on past and present relationships and attitudes. It’s well made and poignant. Details: 3 stars; available April 10 on Netflix.

“Extra Ordinary”: This zany Irish supernatural comedy boosts downtrodden spirits. Lafayette native Will Forte is hilarious as an ego-driven, has-been rocker, but Maeve Higgins fuels this wild ride and she’s a hoot as a driving instructor in tune with ghosts. Details: 3 stars; to screen, go to or; $12.

“Les Miserables”: A reinvention of Victor Hugo’s tale doesn’t sound promising, but this contemporary jolt set in an impoverished section of Paris shows what universally ails our world. Ladj Ly directs with action fury. Details: 3½ stars; streaming April 10 on Amazon Prime.

“Mine 9”: This intense based-on-a-true story survival thriller received a world premiere at the 2019 Cinequest Film Creativity Festival and

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