I've written before that we have been working our way through the old "Upstairs, Downstairs" series from Masterpiece Theatre. This has been wonderful. From time to time I wonder what the Bellamys -- or Hudson -- would think of some of the stuff currently on television! But we watch other flicks, too. My queue has about 65 titles in it, and I've no idea how many are in Bonnie's.
I always do the rating of the movie after we watch it because this has led to some of the best things we've seen, things we wouldn't have know about otherwise. Rating a movie prompts Netflix to suggest other titles that we might like. Most of the time I add them to the queue. I'd never heard of "The Choristers" until Netflix suggested I might like it. And, by golly, they were so right! Although foreign films with subtitles are fine at the theatre, they aren't my first choice at home because I'm always handsewing while I watch. The night we watched "The Choristers," I didn't sew quite as much. What a nice movie, and the music was spectacular!
Another movie, "Copying Beethoven," showed up on Bonnie's queue and was another wonderful surprise. Beautifully told, sensuous, superb acting, and again with the lovely music.