NETFLIX has announced a game-changing new way to search for films – but fans have been left divided.
The streaming service has a huge selection of films to choose from, and it can prove overwhelming for some users.
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Now, Netflix has introduced a new category just for films under 90 minutes in running time.
Called Movies Under 90 Minutes, the category is even broken down into sub-sections by genre, so users can select a comedy or documentary with ease.
Netflix's official Twitter account has already made some suggestions to users to search for within the new category.
The tweet read: "If 2 hour films feel like too much of a commitment (but somehow 10 ep series don’t?) this is for you: Movies Under 90 Minutes."
Suggestions included the Oscar-nominated Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, classic comedies including Space Jam and Monty Python and the Holy Grail as well as acclaimed horror, His House.
However, not all Netflix users were impressed, with one writing on Twitter: "So now the duration of a movie is a genre in itself? I think I'm getting too old for this world."
Another added: "It's that two hour films are too short… We're all addicted to long form now. Your fault actually."
A third tweeted: "I haven't watched a single film this year because they're too long but have got through 5 seasons of Superstore. I don't see the issue."
However, others saw the benefit of the move, with one writing: "If you have just finished a late shift, or put kids to bed, you betcha that the duration of a film is an element in choosing it.
"It's not like the link doesn't use actual genres too."
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