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How do you quickly search titles of films?

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Quickly search the titles of films by using movie database websites such as AllMovie.com, IMDb.com, RottenTomatoes.com or Flixter.com, as of 2015. Each site includes a search tool to locate movies by title, partial title, actors or directors. It is also possible to find the titles of movies by searching on digital and physical movie sales sites such as Amazon.com.

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AllMovies.com offers a basic movie search tool on each page of its site, along with an advanced tool that allows you to filter results according to genre, themes, release date, rating or subgenre. The site also offers several sections to view recent releases and trailers for upcoming films.

IMDb.com also features trailers and listings for upcoming movies along with its comprehensive movie search tool. The tool requires you to choose a parameter to conduct the search, with options including the title of the film, the name of a character within it or its production company.

RottenTomatoes.com aggregates movie reviews from both national film critics and site users and also features a robust search tool that recognizes film titles. The tool supports actor and director names, but also includes results for television shows and feature films.

Flixter.com has a search tool that focuses primarily on movie titles, with actor names serving as the secondary parameter. It does not offer tools for filtering search results.

Amazon.com contains several sections with movies, such as its DVD sales page and digital rentals portal. You can set the search tool to focus on a specific department or search the entire site for a movie name to receive wider results.

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