Country Date USA 8 November 2011 Germany 10 November 2011 Netherlands 15 November 2011 Argentina 13 December 2011 Beethoven - Salva o Natal Portugal (imdb display title) Beethoven sauve Noël France (TV title) Beethoven'in Yeni Yil Macerasi ...
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This has been bugging me for a while: On IMDB, why are some highly-rated films not listed in the top 250? [more inside]
For example, The Station Agent, rated 8.1 out of 10 (in 3833 votes), is ranked #231 on the list. But The Fog of War, rated 8.4 out of 10 (in 2047 votes), doesn't make the list. What gives?
As an aside: what's the highest-rated non-top-250 movie you can find? The Fog of War is high, yes, but higher still is Pride and Prejudice, 9.2 out of 10 (in 4667 votes). That's higher than the film ostensibly #1: The Godfather.
(I'm assuming Pride and Prejudice is disallowed because it's made for television, but that's a shame. It really is quite good.)
Are there other highly-rated films that don't make the top 250 for some reason?
Country Date Hong Kong 24 August 1980 West Germany 24 March 1981 USA August 1982 Shao Lin da peng da shi Hong Kong (original title) Return to the 36th Chamber Finland / Hong Kong (English title) / USA (imdb display title) Die Rückkehr zu den 36 Kamme
/Theodore Seuss Geisel and (after his death) his widow had been approached previously to authorize a live-action version of the story. After the success of "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" at the Old Globe Theater in San Diego, Mrs. Geisel saw the po
Hello all, A friend of mine recently completed his feature film as well as a short film which he had premiere at a few indie theaters. He is wondering what other sites such as IMDB allow users to submit their movie information? IMDB seems to be rather tough and not so kind on small and upcoming film makers, so I guess I'm trying to help him find 'other' film/info sites with likes of IMDB. Thanks in advance!
Can't know for certain. But ratings on sites like IMDb are driven through either (a) disgust or (b) passion for a show. So a small audience can respond passionately to drive ratings up. I suppose you can consider it this way: with low rati...
I'm looking to create an info web site with similar features as IMDB. I'm hoping I can just adapt an existing CMS but I'm not sure where to start. I know I can go through and peruse all the biggies like Drupal, EE, etc, but I'd like to narrow my starting point, especially because of my message board requirement below.
Here's what I'd want, using an IMDB movie info page as a template: no need for ratings
various info fields (e.g. a la IMDB's Genre, Tagline, Plot, etc)
links on the side to different info pages (e.g. combined details, full cast and crew, company credits, etc)
no need for user comments
but this is the most important part: a message board for each record
and similar to IMDB, I'd like to show the most active or current message board threads shown
FWIW, my usage will be completely related to IMDB. It's just that the structure of their web site happens to work almost perfectly for my needs.
I want my film listed on IMDb. I've tried and failed. The title gets lost in a dead letter office while I'm supposed to come up with "relevant information" without being told what information that could be.
My film is, of course, a low-budget horror movie that has never been screened nationally on television or at a film festival, but it has been shown over forty times around the country and is for sale online. I know of filmmakers who have their crappy movies listed on the site before they are even finished, so there must be something I can do.
This previous question didn't seem to yield a solution. Anyone have any ideas?
How can I see the top-ranked IMDb movies beyond the top 250?
I'd like to see movies ranked in order beyond the top 250 here:
In other words, how do I see the continuation of this list, i.e. #251 and lower?
IMDB is a subsidiary of Amazon.com and Amazon is already into streaming video on demand via Amazon Instant Video and rental through DVD-by-mail via its subsidiary LoveFilm.com IMDB.com receives millions of hits from movie lovers across the ...
How does IMDB decide how to distinguish one actor/director search result from another?
Last night, after watching Million Dollar Baby, I decided to see what else Clint Eastwood has done recently. I pop over to IMDB, do a search for "clint eastwood", and this pops up. Clint Eastwood (Actor, Million Dollar Baby (2004)). What is the process that they use to determine that the best way to specify THE Clint Eastwood is by identifying him as an actor in Million Dollar Baby? It's an excellent film, obviously, but why did they choose that film over, say, Dirty Harry? Or why bill him as Actor, and not Director (for which he won an Oscar)? Hillary Swank is also linked to Million Dollar Baby, but Morgan Freeman is linked to Shawshank Redemption. Extra confusion: Mark Harmon, recently of NCIS is linked with Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (he played "Magazine Reporter at Mint 400"), while Michael Weatherly (also of NCIS) is matched with Loving, where he played
I'm getting started with Nokogiri and trying to extract some data from IMDB. However, IMDB's html is a bit funny and can't seem to find the css selectors a few things such as the creator's name for example: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1439629/. How could I get what I'm after ?
Country Date "Polseres vermelles" Spain (original title) "Pulseras rojas" Spain (dubbed version) "The Red Band Society" International (imdb display title) (English title) User reviews Ratings Awards News articles Main details
Is there any site like IMDB for (action?) sports videos (surf, skate, snowboard, hackeysack... etc)?
I ask because whenever I put one into Boxee, the media library, Boxee tags it as some obscure porno from the 70s or something. I almost motivated enough to start one myself.