great way to manage a "must see" list, better then what IMDB actually offers.
This script could have a few upgrades to use better the IMDB updated styles and features
Because movies added to MyMovies are put into the temp category, this script saves users so much time now you don't have to go to the temp category to sort things out from there.
Adding movies from search page works, but the main movie page no longer shows the menu to add to MyMovies. You have to go back to the search results and add it from there for now.
Clicking on a category tag beside the movie title asks you if want to remove the tag, which can already be done from its menu. Would be better to bring you to your category page instead, where you can add notes, edit, etc.
If you are an IMDB user, this script will sure enhance the way you look at the website. Thumbs up =)
This script works very well.
Finally there is a way to keep track of all the movies i still want/need to see.
There are some script who offer some of the functionality this script offers. But none come close to the ease of use and feature richness of this script.
I agree with the other reviewer... the two feature requests should be implemented to make this perfect.
When I initially discovered this script during a random userscripts "imdb" search, I dismissed it as just a random interface tweak that doesn't interest me at all. Plus I've never used the My Movies feature on IMDB (mainly due to a misunderstanding to what it was, thinking it was a sort of administrative feature for movie producers to edit their movies on the site).
However upon coming across this script again I decided to play around with ti and came to realize how useful the functionality of My Movies is when combined with this script. It allows me to with 2 clicks (Id like it to be 1) mark a movie as Must See, and allows me to view all Must See movies in a neat table with the ratings next to them, giving me a nice picking list for the movie to see next.
What makes this great is that with this script it becomes second nature to easily add one movie to a "to buy" list, and add another movie to a "to rent" list without ever needing to leave the title page.
With a few slight tweaks (http://userscripts.org/topics/21425) this could be the ultimate replacement to using bookmarks for movies.