Access Rotten Tomatoes movie ratings in your Netflix library

If you’re a Netflix junkie like I am, you’re no doubt always on the lookout for ways to make the service better.

For example, I remain a huge fan of InstantWatcher, which catalogs the latest additions to the Netflix streaming library and gives you lots of options for perusing them.

Of course, half the battle in using Netflix is choosing the movies that are really worth watching. Netflix provides only a “best guess” rating based on your viewing preferences, which means if you want some serious crowd-sourced reviews, you need to look to a site like Rotten Tomatoes.

Thankfully, you don’t necessarily need
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