Netflix Movie Fans

So I just watched a movie and rated it and wanted to send an email recommendation from Netflix to a friend.  I have done this before on netflix, but forgot how to do it... Can anyone please tell me how to do this...

Thanks

matthelm

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Hey Matt, please search the forums to make sure this issue hasn't been brought up before.
The link you gave me is not about the question I asked its about new webpages for netflix... I did do a search and found nothing concerning my question. If you know how to do it can you just explain it?

thanks

matthelm
Actually, that link is about what you asked. Since the recent redesign it is no longer possible to send a movie note to your Netflix Friends from the movie pages.

Unhappy, like the rest of us? Call Netflix at 1-866-716-0414 and voice your complaint.
Ok, thanks I didn't see it at first...I appreciate the info...
No worries, it wasn't something that would be immediately clear to anyone.
It's true that you can no longer send notes from a movie's display page, but it can still be done through the friends page, using this link: http://www.netflix.com/FriendPage. Find the movie in your queue or rental history, pick the friend(s) you want to send a note to, and off you go.
So I'll have to at least queue a movie before I can ask someone if it's worth renting? How long does it take from I queue a movie until it shows up in the sliders on http://www.netflix.com/FriendPage?

(Who should I ask, btw, since I can no longer see who among my friends rated/rented it?)
Off we go indeed.
Soooo....anyone hear any good jokes lately???
Funny you should ask! I just came across this.

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