Netflix has a lot of genres to choose from, but you can't really blame them for wanting to stick with the two most popular categories when it comes to their catalogue. They are comedies and action movies. Actually, the word "action" is usually used to describe movies which are part of the "Fight Club"Independence Day" sub-genres, but there are other categories as well. I would say that some people would label the genres in their mind from the labels of the titles they have heard.
But Netflix is more than just a genre label; it is an entire series of movies to choose from. The "Mala Satorre Street" category is more based on musicals and plays than anything else. Some of the movies available include "All That Jazz," "Every Night at Five," "Hairspray," "The Wedding Singer," "A Christmas Carol," "Carousel," "Gilda," "Harvey," "Little Shop of Horrors," "Miracle on 34th Street," "The Music Man," "My Girl," "Night Moves," "Raging Bull," "Sanjuro," "Sound of Music," "Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song," "Tarzan of the Apes," "The Ten Commandments," "The Virgin Suicides," "The War of the Worlds," "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?"
For comedy fans, the "Mala Satorre Street" category of Netflix is pretty much your best bet for finding a new favorite movie. There are a number of funny movies to choose from, including "Chocolat," "Hairspray Live!" "Precious," "Triumph the Insult Comic Dog," "The Adventures of Pluto Nash"Zoolander."
I would go as far as to say that "Avenue Q" is the best Netflix comedy series ever. It stars Ice Cube and Kurt Russell as two urban hooligans who make a beeline for Harlem, New York, after being sent to prison. They try to stay out of trouble and catch a date so they can get back together.
Starring Bill Murray and Steve Carell, the "Silicon Valley" sub-genre of Netflix movies is all about dealing with an internet company. Most of the movies here are still in theaters, so you can check them out if you are in the mood for a comedy. They are: "Juno," "Transparent," "Babel," "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt," "St. Vincent," "Veep," "House of Cards," "Nathan for You," "Louie," "F is for Family," "Alpha House," "Chasing Life," "Comedy Bang! This, You Know!" MTV Movie Awards"
I'm sure that there are more genres that Netflix has available, but I think the ones listed above are what are commonly referred to as "mainstream" sub-genres of movies. But, if you haven't checked out the "Mala Satorre Street" category, then it is definitely worth your time.
For those of you who are serious movie buffs, Netflix has even more categories to choose from. From classics to contemporary films, Netflix is definitely the best place to find the movies you want. From genres to types of movies, they are the best in the business.
So, if you are looking for a movie to watch, Netflix is definitely the best place to go for finding something to watch, no matter what type of movie it is. Plus, when you come across something you love, you won't have to wait too long because it's on in less than one minute.