Movienizer

Movienizer 6.0

Movienizer helps you organize your movie collection
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Movienizer will let you easily organize your movie collection. It will make your movie catalog look like an encyclopedia, therefore helping you become a movie expert. It makes it easy to keep your movie collection under strict control as it offers powerful organizing and cataloging functions and it enables you to add a large variety of details for every listed film.

I like a lot the interface of this program and how it presents the movie collection. The large number of images and details provided for every movie and the browser-like navigation will make you spend entire hours just browsing the catalogs that you created using this application. It’s not only practical, it actually gets to be entertaining.

Creating movie catalogues is also simple and enjoyable as almost no typing is involved. You don’t have to enter a lot of movie data manually. All you have to do is enter the name of the movie or its barcode and the program will automatically download all the needed data from online sources. Adding movies directly from DVDs or from local files and folders is also possible. Another nice feature of this tool is the fact that it helps you easily keep track of the movies that you loaned to others. Furthermore, there’s a neat video player that lets you watch the movies that are stored locally, on your computer.

In my opinion, a big plus is also represented by the reporting function that lets you print summarized movie lists or export them to common file types such as PDF, Word, Excel or HTML.

Briefly, Movienizer is a movie cataloging tool that makes organizing your film collection not only easy, but also really enjoyable.

Margie Smeer
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Review summary

Pros

  • Good-looking interface that shows a lot of details for every listed movie.
  • Can create reports which can be printed or exported to various file formats.
  • Helps you keep track of the borrowed films

Cons

  • A bit expensive when compared with programs that have the same functionality
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