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Greatest Films of All Time

Greatest Films of All Time is a loving tribute to great films, provided by Tim Dirks. Here you can find plot information on hundreds of classic films, arranged by year, genre, and title. Also, there are sections on memorable film quotations (which are linked to the movie they came from), as well as great scenes. Possibly the best part of the entire site is the large bibliography of film reference...

https://www.filmsite.org/films.html
ReelViews: Movie Reviews and Criticism by James Berardinelli

Provided by James Berardinelli, ReelViews is an impressive film review site that contains thousands of reviews. Berardinelli, an electrical engineer by trade, writes reviews because he "enjoys doing it," and his avocation is the Net's gain. Reviews are available alphabetically and by rating (a 1-4 star scale). They are well written, opinionated, and contain basic descriptive information (cast,...

https://www.reelviews.net/
Internet Archive: Movie Collection

In addition to its Wayback Machine (last mentioned in the November 2, 2001 Scout Report, the Internet Archive offers the Internet Moving Images Archive, an extensive collection of digitized films from the Prelinger Archives. Not Hollywood movies, these films should provide researchers and scholars unique insight into certain aspects of 20th-century culture, industry, and institutions. Being able...

https://archive.org/details/movies
National Film Preservation Foundation

Created by the United States Congress, the National Film Preservation Foundation provides nationwide support to the preservation of American films of cultural and historical significance, along with improving film access for study, education, and exhibition. Located in San Francisco, the Foundation also awards grants to various film archives and preservations agencies who are also dedicated to...

https://www.filmpreservation.org/
The Internet Movie Database

Last reviewed in the May 6, 1994 edition of The Scout Report, the Internet Movie Database has grown by leaps and bounds in the past nine years. Containing literally millions of pieces of information, users looking for information from films such as Orson Welles' Chimes at Midnight to more contemporary fare can merely enter the title of the movie into the IMDB search engine and a complete record...

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt5722510/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1