I'm about to hit play on Transit. Which of these other streamable movie represents the best use of my Filmspot nomination crunch time?
Long Day's Journey Into Night (2h 18min)
Peterloo (2h 34min)
An Elephant Sitting Still (3h 50min)
Write-in votes welcome. I'd really love to catch up on some documentaries, especially. Two of the Oscar ones (Honeyland, American Factory) are already in my queue, along with Apollo 11. I'd like to watch For Sama as well, but I can't remember whether or not PBS edits/censors their films these days. I seem to recall Ken Burns' Vietnam doc being available unedited (but that being kind of a rare thing).
Long Day's Journey is really good, but I can't help but wonder if I'm missing something by not seeing it (or at least a certain hour-long take) in 3D.
Considering you have some foreign dramas up there, have you seen 3 Faces, Tigers Are Not Afraid, or Too Late To Die Young? I don't claim to know your tastes, but check 'em out, I think they're great though destined to be overlooked. Tigers Are Not Afraid can be watched with a Shudder sub, and they have a free trial.
I made my list on New Year's, and my regret maybe not including Honeyland.