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In March, 24 Hour Plays in NYC produced 20 monologues, written, produced, and performed from home about life during quarantine. Each monologue was written by a different playwright. It features performances from David Cross, Rachel Dratch, and Richard Kind.
These short plays, from the Play at Home project, are all free to view. The plays, all created in the actors' homes, were commissioned to support theater professionals and provide the public with access to new theater during the COVID-19 crisis.
Reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein investigate a 1972 burglary at the Democratic National Committee headquarters, eventually discovering a cover-up that would lead to the president's resignation. This film stars Dustin Hoffman and Robert Redford. Available until March 31, 2021.
The deranged Joker declares all-out war on Batman and idealistic district attorney Harvey Dent in this sequel to "Batman Begins" from director Christopher Nolan. The film features an Oscar-winning performance from the late Heath Ledger. Available through March 31, 2021.
In this Spike Lee classic, racial tensions grow in a Brooklyn neighborhood on the hottest day of the summer. This 1989 film stars Spike Lee, John Turturro, Danny Aiello, Rosie Perez, and Samual L. Jackson. Available until May 31, 2021.
A magic remote transports teens from the '90s to the black-and-white world of a '50s TV show. While David (Tobey Maguire) relishes his time in the idyllic setting, his sister Jennifer's (Reese Witherspoon) rebellious spirit brings new ideas---and color---to the town. Available until March 31, 2021.
A wealthy investment broker unwittingly switches roles with a canny street hustler as part of a wager orchestrated by two billionaire brothers, and then teaming up to exact revenge on the tycoons. Stars Dan Ackroyd and Eddie Murphy. Available through 8/31/21
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Josh's Film Pick: Ken Burns' Jazz Series from the AVON database