The Massachusetts Production Coalition's Made In MA Streaming lists 50 movies made in Massachusetts over the past five years that you can stream as you stay at home.
Via East Boston Times-Free Press.
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The spirit of Christmas really warmed Magoo’s heart. Magoo luvs the Hallmark Channel. Sometimes Magoo and Mrs. Magoo pretend his the strong male lead with a sad past that finds unexpected romance with a lady in a quaint New England town. Wait that pretty much sums up Magoo’s story. Magoo.
Somewhat related: The Coolidge Corner Theater, The Brattle, and The Somerville Theater all have "Virtual Screening Rooms" up on their websites where you can stream new movies and a portion of the proceeds goes to the theater. Good way to check out new movies and support local theaters.
Passim has live nightly performances, and access to recorded past performances.
Streaming Massachusetts movies are local movies and local movies are fresh
...made by contented cinephiles who only occasionally lay eggs*
* But when they do, they're extra-large and brown.
the 'it's a baby whale kid' video isn't on there, clearly the best thing filmed in MA in the last 10 years (tied with 'Knives Out' TBF)
No voice over, but there is a sunfish in one scene: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt5222754/
I was kayaking on Cape Cod last summer and I saw a sunfish!!! It really did look like some kind of injured whale-like thing - did not seem scaly like a fish though I did not get too close. But the flapping is very strange and gave me the creeps until I remembered that ITS A BABY WHEEL BRO
this human is streaming spenser: for hire(1985) on amazon prime. it is the most boston thing ive seen. big up, episode 5 filmed the lechmere car wash on somerville ave. near porter.
also fallout 4 (not necessarily streaming but available on steam) seems appropo.
smilf on showtime is also good.
also, the last of us (playstation-now) is also appropo.
city on a hill (showtime) is meh but a good rainy day watch.
So few worth watching.
80% of life is showing up.
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