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Internet Movie Database Internet Movie Database
By far the BEST movie reference you will find. Supported by the Internet community, the information here is more up-to-date than any book, and you can even submit information to make it better!
  The Academy Awards® - Official Site
This is the "official" site for the Academy Awards® presentation. It has some good pictures and biographies, but for extended info on movies and actors/actresses, you'll want to visit the IMDb's site.
  Screen It!
This site provides a comprehensive review of movies, with breakdowns of 15 categories including Blood/Gore, Smoking, and Imitative Behavior. If you're wondering why a movie received a certain rating, Screen It! is definitely worth a look!
  Movie Reviews from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
Reviews written by the organization's Office for Film and Broadcasting according to artistic merit and moral suitability. Of special note is their Top 10 movies for each year from 1965 to present.
The most up-to-date news we've found about release dates, production schedules, and pre-release information.
American Film Institute The American Film Institute
The American Film Institute is dedicated to advancing and preserving the art of film, television and other forms of the moving image. AFI's programs promote innovation and excellence through teaching, presenting, preserving and redefining the moving image.
  3-D Film Archive
Founded in 1990 by award-winning producer, author and motion picture archivist/historian Bob Furmanek, the 3-D Film Archive has located and restored original dual-strip 35mm Polaroid prints of more than thirty features and two dozen shorts from 1922-1955, the "Golden Age" of 3-D cinema. Also on this site is an archive of information about historical 3D movies.

Other Related Links

Movie History Movie History
Take a look at historic movie theaters and see what it was like when presentation and the experience was everything, and going to the movies was a magical event!
DTS DTS (the home theater business of the company formerly known as DTS Digital Theater Systems)
Starting with Jurassic Park in 1993, DTS has been impressing audiences with CD-quality sound in theaters. Visit the site to learn more about their technology and also how you can enjoy DTS in your home, car, and game system.
Datasat Digital Entertainment Datasat Digital Entertainment (the commercial movie theater business of the company that was formerly DTS Digital Theater Systems)
The company formerly known as DTS started with Jurassic Park in 1993, impressing audiences with CD-quality sound in theaters. Visit the site to learn more about their technology.
Dolby Dolby Laboratories
Everything you want to know about Dolby Laboratories, perhaps best known for Dolby Digital Sound in movie theaters and in home theater equipment. Find a list of current movies and movie theaters that feature Dolby technologies and read about the history of the company which brought so many innovations to sound, both in movie theaters and our homes.
No, it's not a sound format, but seeing the THX logo will indicate which movie theaters have been certified by a team of people with your best interests in mind. THX certification is a set of standards that the sound system, projection system, and the theater auditorium itself must meet before it can boast the THX logo. Discover the steps a cinema goes through to be certified, the history of THX (which leads back to Star Wars: Return of the Jedi), and what impact THX will have on new technologies like Digital Cinema.
With images up to eight stories high, and wrap-around digital surround sound, IMAX screens are unique in their size and scope. IMAX movies were at first just documentaries, and many IMAX screens can be found associated with museums and historical locations, but there are also commercial installations that are connected with standard movie theaters. An increasing number of feature-length movies are released especially for playing on IMAX screens so you can see these movies on a really big screen!

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