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Laurin Weidemann 6 years ago • updated by Moreflicks Help 6 years ago 7

Searching for directors doesn't seem to work anymore. John carpenter only shows me movies with John in the title. 

It'd also be great to see the director of each movie in the short description in the browsing section, so you don't have to open the full description in another tab. 


Great site. You should think about making an android app. No such thing available yet and I'd pay for it. 

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Hi Laurin, thanks for letting us know. We'll go check it out. 

The new site is tablet/phone friendly but will pass your comments on about the app. :-)

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Hi Laurin, thanks for letting us know. We'll go check it out. 

The new site is tablet/phone friendly but will pass your comments on about the app. :-)

Hi again Laurin,

Sorry about the delay in getting back to you. We had a few of us scratching our heads. All fixed now. If you enter "Director: John Carpenter" in the search box you'll be supplied with a list of JC movies, including The Thing. :-)

Do let us know if you have any further issues.

Thanks again

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Hi Laurin, thanks for letting us know. We'll go check it out. 

The new site is tablet/phone friendly but will pass your comments on about the app. :-)

I'm sorry, but that solution doesn't work at all. If you just type "John Carpenter", you get a bunch of stuff with the word "John" in the title, and the John Carpenter movies after that, and a bunch of irrelevant stuff after that. If we follow your advice, we get nothing but irrelevant stuff.

Hi Frank

Sorry to cause you frustration.

You need to type Director: John Carpenter. That way the search engine will know it's search for director rather than movies with John Carpenter in the title. 

Hope that helps, let us know if not.

Thank you


I understand what you're saying, but your solution simply doesn't work. I've cut , copied and pasted  "Director: John Carpenter", and that does not work at all.

Hi again Frank, 

Sorry for the late reply. It seems the grammar of 'director' needs to be in lower case. That way the search engine knows it's not looking for a film. 

Sorry about that. Hope it helps, do let me know.

Thanks

Yeah, that solved the problem...Thanks.

That's great news.

Thanks for letting us know.