Carol@mirror.Co.Uk: SCREEN TEST; Top 10 Movie Sites

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Carol@mirror.Co.Uk: SCREEN TEST; Top 10 Movie Sites


IF you've been up all night trying to remember the name of the actor what'shisface, who starred in that action-movie thingummyjig, then you really need to check out these top 10 movie websites...

www.imdb.com

KNOWN as Earth's Biggest Movie Database, this site is visited by more than 20 million film lovers every month.

As well as reviews of everything from box office hits to obscure indie flicks made in the 50s, this site has a great search engine.

So no more worrying about a film you know you've seen but can't remember the name of - simply click Power Search and you'll be given a huge range of options to help answer your question.

www.mirror.co.uk/entertainment/atthemovies

WE'RE not showing favouritism here but the Daily Mirror's movie critic David Edwards really knows his stuff.

Here he runs his expert eye over the latest releases for the big screen.

You can also keep tabs on all the hot gossip and news about your favourite stars and celebrities.

http://movies.go.com

AS well as reviews, charts and news, this site has CineQuiz - a fantastic free quiz to test your movie knowledge.

If you think you know your movies, click here and watch the various clips then try answer some tricky questions about them.

On top of that there's the BuzzBin where you can keep up to date with all the latest releases and Hollywood developments.

www.iofilm.co.uk

ONE of the greatest charms of this site is its Britishness - the charts show UK box office statistics so you're not left drooling for films which won't be released here for months.

It's Feature section is this website's strength. You can read up on everything from the London Film Festival (held between October 20 and November 4) to why the Canadian film industry has been growing so rapidly. …

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