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There are people who enjoy watching movies, then there are people like you. For you, watching a movie isn't enough - you want to know everything about it, and every time a new actor appears onscreen, you wrack your brain trying to remember everything that you've seen them in. Or you discover a new talent, and want to know everything about them, right there on the spot. Or you absolutely need to be the person in the room who can rattle off every award that a movie has won while you're waiting for the disc to load. Thankfully, there's a piece of software that's designed to help you achieve the status of King of Cinema in your household, and it's called Movienizer!

Movienizer lets you organize and rate all of your movies, giving you valuable access to plot synopses, shots, online database ratings, and a whole mountain of information about each film. Not only will you have a list of actors and cover art for each movie, you'll also be able to quickly look up each movie's budget, award nominations/wins, and other films that the actors have appeared in. With Movienizer, you will transform yourself into a walking encyclopedia of knowledge about every film that you own.

As the neighborhood lending library for DVDs, you're probably frustrated with those one or two items that you've lent out that never came back. Thanks to Movienizer, you'll now be able to track which of your friends have which of your movies, giving you the ability to shake them down to get back what's yours!

As movie-focused as Movienizer is, you can also use the program to conduct in-depth research on specific actors. Just enter the name of the actor into Movienizer, and the program automatically fetches the details of that actor's body of work from the Internet, saving it locally for you to read at your leisure.

This promotion includes the following:
Movienizer Personal License (1 computer) ($39.95)
Movienizer Personal License (2 computers) ($59.95)
Movienizer Family License (5 computers) ($99.95)

Review Written by Derek Lee
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Henrik Safegaard I just bought this. It's fabulous. My best recommendation. :-)
Oct 22 2011 at 6:57am Copy Link
Jason Howard My concern is am I purchasing something that will only be supported with free updates for a few weeks, before I have to purchase the next major version?

Version 2 went to 2.2 before jumping to 3 (7 months)
Version 3 went to 3.3 before jumping to 4 (12 months)
Version 4 is currently at 4.4 (8 months)
Is this going to become version 5 next week?

I'd rather know that I am getting at least 12 months of support and updates rather than some unknown period that equates to whatever the developer feels version 4 should run to, before requiring all users to fork out for version 5.
Oct 22 2011 at 3:25pm Copy Link
Nico Westerdale @Jason, what you are getting is "Free upgrades for minor versions, paid upgrade with 50% discounts to future versions to owners of the preceding major version."
BitsDuJour Admin - Oct 22 2011 at 7:41pm Copy Link
Harlan Bruce Well, its probably too later to get a response during the discount, but does this software allow you to use a scanner to read barcodes? Thanks.
Oct 22 2011 at 11:59pm Copy Link
Tazzie @Jason, thanks for pointing out the update trend for this program. It does indeed indicate a likelihood, barring a refute by the developer, that a version upgrade is in the works under less than a year and possibly even less than six months. The price paid for the deal today plus 50% discount upgrade price for the next version upgrade would in the end amount to an overall discount of 20% or so. Not really that great of a deal, and if in fact a version upgrade has been planned as speculated, then not such a sacrifice on the developer's part with only 20% discount and a new batch of end users, to boot. I'm curious to see what happens.

Something to think about. With this type of offer, we can take a good deal and have time to more thoroughly try out the program, then decide if the program at a reduced overall discount is worth settling for.
Oct 23 2011 at 12:01am Copy Link
Vlad @All, once a major version is released, you can continue using your older version without upgrading. The older version is supported at least 1 year since the release of the next major upgrade, which means if you purchase Movienizer 4.x, your version will be supported 1 year since the release of Movienizer 5.x.

@Harlan Bruce, yes, the program supports barcode scanners.
ManiacTools - Oct 23 2011 at 12:05am Copy Link
Tazzie @Vlad ... I appreciate that the older version would still be supported. I just get frustrated when new versions come out not long after I buy a program, then I have to decide if I can afford to upgrade or not, which can be hard to decide, especially if I like the program and want the upgrades.

In any case, I was unable to get back online to make the deal ... Movienizer has a lot of great features I would have liked to have tried out. Oh well ... maybe next time :)
Oct 23 2011 at 12:12am Copy Link
Harlan Bruce I did just sneak in and complete my purchase before the deal expired and I am very happy with its features. It seems to have all the features of Movie Collector (Collectorz) that I am also trying.
Oct 23 2011 at 3:55am Copy Link

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