If you have Netflix, you love it for how easy it is to stream a movie any time of day.
But you probably hate how hard it is to find good movies on it.
Netflix's search feature is tough to use, and its recommended listings get old fast ("If you liked Happy Gilmore, you'll like these other Adam Sandler movies...").
So enter a new service called "A Better Queue."
New Way to Search
It's a new web-based service that helps you find the best of Netflix's streaming movies without having to enter title after title, hoping they have what you are looking for.
"A Better Queue" (that's spelled q-u-e-u-e, not "cue") lists movies by category, years, and ratings on Rotten Tomatoes.
That way you can avoid the bad movies that fill the Netflix list.
By saying "comedies and action movies with a 90 percent rating," you'll get only top rated comedies and action movies, not "Tommy Boy."
Nothing against Chris Farley -- may he rest in peace -- but the problem with Netflix is that once you watch Tommy Boy on Netflix, you will be bombarded with suggestions for similar 90s comedies, or anything starring Chris Farley or David Spade.
After your 3rd David Spade movie, you may say "doesn't that stink?"
"A Better Queue" provides a better alternative, until Netflix comes up with a better system.
Gotta go: Black Sheep is starting soon.
And as always, don't waste your money.