In order to find what you're looking for at the Internet Movie Database, you can use the IMDB search field at the top of the home page. Use the drop-down menu to narrow your searches; you can search titles, TV episodes, characters, actors, etc.
Your Internet Movie Database search results will bring back information rated in order of relevance; for instance, if you search for "Tim Robbins", you're most likely going to see the actor Tim Robbins at the top of the search results. More results related to your search query will be at the bottom of your results page under "More Results". These will be characters, movie plot summaries, biographical information, quotes, trivia, movie goofs, etc.
The Internet Movie Database is a huge repository of information, so don't get discouraged if you can't find what you're looking for right away. Use the Search central, IMDB's advanced search options, to really get your searches going.
How about more movie database options? There are many more movie databases out there that will surely meet any cinema buff's information needs. Here are a few to check out:
- Anime News Network: A resource for anime lovers.
- Subscene: Movie subtitles database.
- The Soundtrack Info Project: Search for your favorite movie soundtrack.
- Simply Scripts: Browse hundreds of scripts.
- MRQE: A movie review query engine.
- The Open Video Project: Digital archives; includes movies and archival footage.
- Turner Classic Movies: A movie database for classic movies.
- The 80s Movies Rewind: A fun movie database for 80's movies.