Movie series

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It would be really handy if for movies that have a sequel or a triquel...other movies in its series, to have those movies displayed in a section not unsimilar to section "People who liked this also liked..."
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Alex Seaver,

IMDb already has something similar to what you suggested, movie connections.

The link to this page is on the left if you are viewing the combined view (Always display full cast and crew credits). If you are viewing the partial cast and crew view, the link will be on the left under quick links, explore more with the link "Connections".

For instance, for The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001)
Partial Cast and Crew: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0120737
Partial Cast and Crew: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0120737/c...
Connections: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0120737/m...
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Heyyyyyyy look at that! Didn't know that was there. this is cool and all but too many clicks. If we can have stupid trivia on the main page without having to click anything I think we should have a similar section similar the "People who liked this also liked... " section for easy access. I would think this parameter would be high enough profile to give it it's own section on the main page instead of buried link. Didn't know that was there though, thanks for the heads up! I'll use that until the admins hopefully spruce that up.

Much obliged, sir!
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Years ago, it was right there along the left side of each film's page with the other stuff, trivia, etc., and people still asked about/suggested the feature. Further, things are up front and more visible based on perceived interest by users' clicks and page views. So, it could be it's not used too much...though, I don't know why...i use it constantly. Go figure!
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bluesmanSF already covered the points I was about to write.

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