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Why "Does not meet contribution guidelines"?
My first review was declined because "Does not meet contribution guidelines" But what exactly doesn't meet them? The guidelines don't hel...
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Can you bring the message boards back?
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Wings (1927)
Although “Wings” was released in 1927, when sorting by release date it's listed as 1929.
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Updates to User Reviews
Today we are announcing changes to User Reviews as part of the broader site update announcement (https://getsatisfaction.com/imdb/topics...
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Live Poll: Famous Lost Silent Films
Which lost silent film, aside from London After Midnight (1927) would you most want to find?List: https://www.imdb.com/list/ls040514891/P...
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Add a new sort order of "Review Length" to user reviews
It seems that that many reviews now have the same comments that you would find on the message boards. Like ********* him/her so much! Gre...
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Live Poll: Favorite 1920s Comedy from One of the Big Three
Which of these selections is your favorite 1920s comedy from the Big Three: Chaplin, Keaton, Lloyd? List: https://www.imdb.com/list/ls02...
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Have the Reviews turned into a new kind of Message Board? Your thoughts!
It seems that that many reviews now have the same comments that you would find on the message boards. Like ********* him/her so much! Gre...
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Adding 1874 as a Year
Could/will IMDb add the year 1874 for titles? As of now, it says the earliest allowed year is 1888, although there is one 1880 title and ...
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