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Yes, it is possible. Short version: here it is! Long version: First go to "Advanced Search", which isn't even linked from the main page; it's an option in the search dropdown: There is a link called "Collaborations and Overlaps": That takes you to this nifty search page, where both searches are possible. (The answers are "How the West Was ...
When creating websites, special characters need to be taken into extra consideration. HTML, the markup language used to write webpages, provides its own means of including special, non-"normal" characters. These characters include accent marks, special symbols, and more. The reason this is necessary is due to the nature of how webpage files are saved. In ...
You can do this using the advanced search. For example, this search.
There may be a way, but being a new feature it isn't documented. Judging from their similar FAQ topic on how to merge with a Facebook account, it wouldn't be pretty (or ideal - comments, message board posts and a bunch of other stuff are lost). Your best bet will be to ask at the IMDB Help Desk unless a new FAQ gets posted soon.
On this Google Account Settings page (if the link doesn't work, you get there via this link) you can deauthorize IMDB from accessing your Google data so stopping you to log on with your account. Although this method blocks access from IMDB to Google, I think the reference to your account in IMDB will persist. There should be an option in their account ...
It's possible to get such lists on IMDB by searching: Highest rated programmes (English) Highest rated episodes (English) They now link to a similar search from the TV menu.
As @MathiasKegelmann mentioned, from IMDB's help you have two options: Create an account and go to https://secure.imdb.com/register-imdb/siteprefs to change your preferred language. Or by using this link: http://akas.imdb.com, you will always see films listed under their original titles regardless of your login status or site preferences. Don't forget ...
While this might be more appropriate for a venue such as the Statistics SE, I have a couple thoughts drawn from nowhere but a guess: users must be registered to vote the longer a user has been registered the more 'reliable' they may be the more active users are, the more 'reliable' they may be the closer to the current rating a given user's rating is, the ...
I guess http://www.imdb.com/help/show_leaf?titlelanguagedisplay might be what you are looking for. We recently modified the way titles are displayed on the site. Users will now by default see titles listed in the language used for release in their country (i.e. US-based users will see films listed under the title used for the North American ...
At https://secure.imdb.com/register-imdb/siteprefs you can, if you are logged in, set the Title Display Country to Original. However, this does not put it in the original script, but it does put the title in the original language.
If you'd rather not use a browser extension, check out MovieAggregator. It's a simple web app that lets you search for a movie. The results give you ratings and links from: IMDB Netflix RottenTomatoes iTunes TheMovieDB Amazon. It also includes a movie poster, summary, major cast list, and embedded trailer.
If you are using Firefox there is this extension called CineMeter available Compare Movie Ratings. IMDB, RottenTomatoes, MetaCritic and MovieWeb.com For Chrome you could try out Filme Info and Reviews Everybody has their own favorite sites to check the information or find reviews about an upcoming, recent or old movie. This extension helps ...
For TV shows information (ratings, cast, summary, etc) I use TV.com. Each episode is rated, and you can see a list of top shows, and even filter them by genre, decade, and network.
Best/Worst "TV mini-series" iCheckMovies helps you keep a personal list of movies you have seen and liked. This site is API for IMDB. You can try browsing through lists for TV shows
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