Leonard Maltin Movie Guide
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Description★★★★ FINALIST "BEST APP EVER" 2010
"If you're a movie buff, this app is the best of the movie guides, with a lot of features that just aren't found elsewhere combined into one app" - TUAW
"I’d call it a must-have app for film buffs" - CNET
"Head and Shoulders above the rest" - NY Times
"Overall, Leonard Maltin Movie Guide is amazing. As a movie review app, it is perfectly designed and easy to read/use. The ability to rent/purchase the movies just throws it over the top" - TouchMyApps
"Our team loved the clean UI, relevant information, and movie artwork that come with the app." - AppSmile
MobileAge's special effects department has transformed the 2300 page godzilla of movie references into a weightless form you can access whenever, wherever; Along the way we introduced some plot twists that are just not possible with the print edition.
• New reviews automatically added each week.
• Film trailers
• Instant access to 25,000 films, no internet needed
• Single tap filmographies
• Integrated with Netflix, IMDB, iTunes.
• Movie poster artwork
• Create custom film lists "Top 20", "To watch" etc
• Email movie reviews/art to friends
• Fully supports iOS6 and the iPhone 5 display
LIFE IS TOO SHORT FOR FEEBLE PLOTS AND WOODEN ACTING
The Leonard Maltin Movie Guide places essential facts for over 25,000 films at your fingertips* including consistent ratings and capsule reviews summarizing plot quality and often great tidbits of information.
SINGLE TAP FILMOGRAPHIES
Did you know that Peter Sellers starred in a movie called "Down among the Z Men"? With a single tap you can quickly discover additional films your favorite actor or director has made.
A VIDEO WAREHOUSE IN YOUR POCKET
With a Netflix subscription you can even have the film sent to your doorstep or made available to watch instantly via the internet.
SLICE, DICE, CATEGORIZE.
Don't let great films slip through your fingers; Create your own custom lists to keep track of those random and no-so-random discoveries. Lists can also be remotely backed up.
"I recommend Leonard Maltin's Guide which has become Standard" — Roger Ebert