Using the WorldWideWeb’s free Internet Movie Database, you can search for movies that have guns in them, whether they’re in theatres, in libraries, on TV screens or in the real world.
(AP) The Internet Movie System has been updated with some new information on the number of movies that include guns, as well as the number that are based on the same genres.
For example, if you search for “Kung Fu Panda,” “Star Wars” or “Dodgeball,” you’ll get results like “Kunstler,” “Zombieland,” “Fantastic Beasts,” “The Lego Movie” and many others.
The new information is posted on the database’s new page, where you can access it by clicking the “New” button at the top of the page.
You can search by genre, language, film or title.
For instance, “Kong Fu Panda” searches for movies based on English language titles.
If you click on “Kongs: The Last Airbender,” “Movies” will display the list of all movies based in China.
“Fantom Menace” will list movies based around the French film “Cette derniere du monde” and “Zoom.”
You can search on a specific film by typing in a search term.
The World Wide-Web Movie Database (WWMDB) also lets you check if the movie you’re looking for is based on a certain genre or has a certain subject matter.
“A Clockwork Orange” is a horror movie, but “Karate Kid” might have something to do with boxing.
“Kinky Boots” might be a movie about a dog, but it might be about a horse.
“The Princess Bride” might also be a “romance.”
For more on the WWMDB, click here.
You’ll also find information about movies by rating.
The movie ratings on the Worldwide Web Movie Database can be found at the bottom of the screen.
For example, in the movie “Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan,” “Kiddie’s Halloween” and a movie called “The Wizard of Oz” are rated PG-13.
This is because the movie features a number of disturbing scenes involving torture, including an infamous torture scene from the movie that featured a boy named Harry Potter who was born to a witch and who was given the power of speech.
The witch was played by the late Joan Collins.