“Mad Max: Fury Road” (HBO Now and HBO Go): !

“I’ll See You in My Dreams” (Amazon Prime): Blythe Danner shines in this lovely, under-the-radar hangout movie about loss, love and love lost. The great supporting cast includes June Squibb, Rhea Perlman, Martin Starr, Sam Elliott and Sam Elliott’s mustache.

“Constantine” (Netflix): Paranormal cop movies are the absolute best, but this lackluster 2005 adaptation of the great comic “Hellblazer” is a waste of Keanu Reeves and its hellishly fun premise. Still, any movie that features Tilda Swinton, Gavin Rossdale and Peter Stormare as, respectively, Gabriel, Balthazar and Satan merits at least one viewing.

“Training Day” (Netflix): Corrupt cop movies are the absolute best, and this crackerjack Denzel Washington/Ethan Hawke thriller shot by Omaha cinematographer Mauro Fiore is among the best ever made.

“The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water” (Amazon Prime): This movie messed me up.

“Shane” (Hulu): The 1953 classic is one of the best and most elemental of all Westerns.

“New Girl” (Netflix): Season 4 of the solidly lovable Fox sitcom lands on Netflix just in time for you to catch up with the recently premiered Season 5.

“Perfect Sense” (Hulu): This underseen 2011 sci-fi/romance stars Ewan McGregor and Eva Green as new lovers who live in a world where everybody is slowly starting to lose all their senses. Not figuratively but literally. First goes taste, then smell, touch, hearing and, eventually, sight. Going on dates becomes quite difficult.

Obligatory reminder that you should be watching the true crime docuseries “Making a Murderer” on Netflix.

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