Our visitors voted 10 BEST movie websites in the world.
Launched in 1998, IFILM has broadened the horizons for independent
filmmakers while providing a rapidly growing audience with a
wealth of information. The Webby Award-winning site offers reviews
of thousands of indy and experimental features, shorts and student
films. Many of the films can be viewed. Interviews with filmmakers
and features on all facets of the industry, plus Top 20 listings
of most viewed and highest rated films are also included. A
comprehensive Film Sites section provides links to everything
from filmmaking to movie memorabilia.
Carefully designed for the true film aficionado, this site houses
various listings of the greatest films of all time. Lengthy
reviews and analysis provide insight into these landmark movies.
There's plenty of data and history on the Academy Awards plus
comprehensive lists of top box office hits, greatest directors
and film quotes. No tabloid news or gossip at this award-winning
site that will keep film buffs busy for hours. We also enjoyed
the marvelous views of movie posters (they're not for sale).
Hurray for Hollywood, a glamour and glitz site all the way with
news, reviews and the latest on celebrity happenings. There
are notes on Hollywood premieres plus plenty of photos. You'll
also find Liz Smith with her own brand of gossip as well as
a database housing film reviews and celebrity bios. The site
works well as a fan magazine turned multimedia.
If you're looking for the latest scoop on current films, film.com
should meet your needs. The uncluttered site has a long listing
and detailed reviews of the current crop of feature films including
both large studio and independent features. Reviews, movie news,
articles, listings of top grossing films and movie trailers
are all readily available. The databank of reviews include plenty
of new films and even a few pre-1990 titles.
Find plenty of news and current film-related info at Movieline
magazine's website. Movie World leads to informative interviews
while Movie Life offers film related travel, toys and fashion.
A quirky favorite is Bad Movies We Love, in the Movies@Home
section. Film fans will appreciate easy access to the latest
in movies at this handy site.
From the red carpet entrance of the stars to the post-award
parties, all the hoopla that surrounds the Academy Awards is
captured on Oscar's own comprehensive website. Elegantly displayed,
oscar.com gives fans a peek backstage with photos and commentary
about the most recent awards presentation. You'll also find
plenty of history including long lists of past winners. For
anyone longing to hear an acceptance speech one more time, clips
are available from the latest show. There's also an Oscar Trivia
Challenge and an Oscar Store with memorabilia.
The sleek, easy-to-navigate site from the leading film periodical
posts the latest on current films plus insight into upcoming
releases. You can also check out reviews of the new video releases.
Short Takes provides snippets of the latest news from Hollywood
and Features has insightful articles on a variety of film-related
topics. You'll also find video interviews and surprisingly minimal
A highly rated movie megasite, Reel has all the information
you could ever want on the newest film releases including lengthy
reviews and ratings. Search a massive catalog of film data by
title, actor or director. Feature articles, reviews of the latest
in rentals and a link to buying videos and DVDs (from buy.com)
highlight this vast site. Movie Showtimes lets you find whats
playing in your neighborhood, and when. Everything is here but
Internet Movie Database
A comprehensive website, imbd.com has data on over 200,000 films
and TV titles. Search by title, performers, characters, quotes,
bios or plots. Feature stories, film and TV news, recent and
upcoming releases, trailers and even celebrity birthdays are
all found on this somewhat busy, yet easy-to-navigate site.
You can also find a local movie schedule or enter selected films
in the My Movies section to find out when they'll be in theaters,
on TV or available on video or DVD. Link to Amazon.com (owner
of imdb.com) for video and DVD purchases.