Hi all,
yes: since a recent redesign of the web pages, IMDbPY is badly broken.

We started working on master to fix it, but there's still much to do;
see https://github.com/alberanid/imdbpy/issues/103

As always, any help is welcome.

If you want to start fixing something, run the tox and chose one of
the parsers you want to work on (and tell us on that issue, so that we
can avoid duplicate work).


On Sat, Dec 30, 2017 at 12:08 PM, Filip Bačić <filipba...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> Lately, after i.update(movie), I always get the same movie title "The
> leading information resource for the entertainment industry".
> I used some old imdbpy package, but I also now tried it with the latest one
> and I am getting the same result.
> For example, for this code:
> import imdb
> i = imdb.IMDb()
> movie_list = i.search_movie('pacific rim')
> first_match = movie_list[0]
> print(first_match)
> i.update(first_match)
> print(first_match)
> I get this output:
> Pacific Rim
> The leading information resource for the entertainment industry
> Does anyone else have this problem?
> Best Regards,
> Filip
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