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On My iPhone/Android: IMDB - The Internet Movie Database

IMDB (Internet Movie Database)
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It is a rare occasion when I am watching television or movies and DON’T end up referring to IMDB at some point. “Where have we seen that actor before? Was this produced before or after that other movie? Who write this and what else have they written?” I have IMDB on every device I own from iPhones to iPads to Kindles…whatever so I it is always at hand when I need it. This is a great app for everyone who wants television, movie and even video game info at hand whenever and wherever they are watching.
On My iPhone/Android: IMDB - The Internet Movie Database
From the iTunes App Store...

Find movie showtimes near you, buy tickets, watch trailers, read critic and user reviews, get personalized recommendations, browse photo galleries, entertainment news, quotes, trivia, box-office data and more!

IMDb is now the world’s most popular and authoritative source for movie, TV and celebrity content. We offer a searchable database of more than 100 million data items including more than 3 million movies, TV and entertainment programs and more than 6 million cast and crew members.

- Works on iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad

- Over 3 million movie and TV titles

- Over 6 million celebrities, actors, actresses, directors and crew members

Look up:

- Movie showtimes at theaters near you

- TV listings for your timezone

- Recaps of TV shows from last night

- Upcoming movies

- Latest entertainment news from hundreds of media outlets

- Latest DVD releases

- Popular movies

Explore Popular Charts:

- Best Picture award winners

- Top-rated movies of all time

- Most popular movies of the day

- Most popular celebrities of the day

- Lowest-rated movies of all time

- Most popular movies by genre

- Most popular TV shows

- US box office results

- Celebrity birthdays


- Movie trailers

- User reviews for movies and TV shows

- Critic reviews for movies and TV shows

- Quotes, trivia and goofs about movies, TV shows, and celebrities

- Your browse and search history on IMDb

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