The Sites listed on the left column contain
over 2,500 of the most popular information reference locations and tools on the Web. The sites includes Maps, Calculators, Sports, Travel, Health, Jobs, Weather, Music, Autos, plus... many more helpful tools to assist you.
Includes local show times, coming attractions, and ticket packages.
The American Film Institute
The American Film Institute (AFI) is the preeminent national organization dedicated to advancing and preserving film, television and other forms of the moving image. AFI's programs promote innovation and excellence through teaching, presenting, preserving and redefining this art form. To learn more, click on the link!
Get schedules, updates, and learn how to receive cinemax in your home.
The Greatest Films of All Time
The films selected are personal, yet are often
cited as the best films of all time - you may have your
own favorites or choices. They have been chosen as the
"greatest" because they have had an undeniable influence
(both positive and negative) on the development of
cinema in its first 100 years.
Internet Movie Database
Welcome to the Internet Movie Database, the biggest, best, most award-winning movie site on the planet.
An excellent source for movie information on the Net.
The IMDb is the ultimate movie reference source and covers
everything you could ever possibly want to know about movies.
The Movie Cliches List
This is a list of the most annoying and common logic flaws
and stereotypes found in movies, compiled from various sources.
The premier Web site for information on all new and upcoming
The Movie Sounds Page
Looking for movie sound clips to add to your desktop? At The
Movie Sounds Page, you can get the latest movie sounds from over 50 your favorite movies.
MovieWeb - Sneak Previews
Enjoy soundtracks, upcoming box office hits, what's coming on DVD, and enter contests to win anything from clothing to DVDs.
From forums, professional screenwriter chats, script reviews to industry news and script sales, SU offers many sources of infortmation for screenwriters everywhere.
Offers contests, quizzes, free stuff, and links into his own fun version of the movie world.
The Sundance Institute was created in 1981 by Robert Redford in
order to support independent filmmaking. It is dedicated to the
support and development of emerging screenwriters and directors
of vision and to the national and international exhibition of
new, independent dramatic and documentary films.