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  • Unlike many other sites that deal only with most current or most popular movies, IMBb has virtually every movie ever made listed, even those that, unfortunately, no longer exist
  • IMDb also has message boards, I believe you need to register to be able to use those

    • by Lorianna
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      IMDb. com, which stands for Internet Movie Database, is my #1 source of information about movies and actors. Unlike many other sites that deal only with most current or most popular movies, IMBb has virtually every movie ever made listed, even those that, unfortunately, no longer exist.

      There is a search window in the upper left corner that allows you to search the database for particular movie titles and actor names. The search results are very comprehensive.

      If you look up a movie title, you will be given


      all the versions of that particular title ever made, with the full cast of actors. When I searched, for example, for the title of “Bleak House,” I had found out that there are 5 versions of this movie, starting with the 1920 silent black and white version and ending with the 2005 TV-series that is still in production (as of September 2005).

      You can click on each title for more information about the specific version, the list of actors, plot summary, and comments of other viewers. The ...


      • actor names will be highlighted, which means that you can click on them and see what other works the actor is in.

        The actor listings are also very thorough, you will see every movie they took part in, even if it was only a brief, episodic appearance, as well as the actors brief bio. In the upper right corner of each movie page you will see the “Shop” window that tells you where you can buy a copy of the movie (if you can; as I’ve already

        said, there are, unfortunately, many good movies I would love to see that are no longer available).

        The “Shop” window shows whether the movie can be purchased in the US, Canada, and England (Europe), and whether it is available on DVD or VHS. IMDb also has message boards, I believe you need to register to be able to use those.

        You will also need to register to post user comments on movies. Registration is free.

        IMDb is an excellent resource, I rate it 10 out of 10.




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