IMDB has broken their system so badly I can't even add a title to my recommended movie list!

  • 2
  • Problem
  • Updated 2 years ago

This conversation has been merged. Please reference the main conversation: Updates to List Pages

Un Chien Andalou (1929) is a great surrealist film and some would say it is the most important surrealist film of all time!

So it's a real pity that I can't add it to my recommended movies list!

This is yet another example of how the recent changes to the system have ruined everything.

To say I'm disappointed is the understatement of the year.

How will IMDB be ruined next? Don't bother finding out, JUMP SHIP!!!
Photo of Andy Gianniotis

Andy Gianniotis

  • 5 Posts
  • 16 Reply Likes
  • Extremely annoyed

Posted 2 years ago

  • 2
Photo of James Flowers II

James Flowers II

  • 10 Posts
  • 5 Reply Likes
What would you suggest as a replacement?
Photo of Andy Gianniotis

Andy Gianniotis

  • 5 Posts
  • 16 Reply Likes
I don't know of one as yet but if the boffins behind the IMDB changes continue as they are, it will become apparent what the replacement is... people are already leaving and we just need a critical mass adopting the next best thing ... watch this space!
Photo of gromit82

gromit82, Champion

  • 7459 Posts
  • 9460 Reply Likes
Andy: There is a way to add Un chien andalou to one of your lists.

Go to the page for the film at

To the left of the title, you should see a chevron-like symbol with a plus sign (circled in red by me in the illustration below). Hover the cursor over the plus sign and you should see a list below that of all your lists. Click on the name of the list you want to add the film to, and it will be added to that list.

Notwithstanding this, I agree with you that it should be possible to add the film to the list by starting from the list page.

I hope this helps. Good luck!
Photo of Col Needham

Col Needham, Official Rep

  • 6866 Posts
  • 4907 Reply Likes
Moving to main thread

Please reference the new conversation here: IMDb lists

This conversation is no longer open for comments or replies.