Films --interpretive essays, historical background and description. A good site.
Movie Database (IMDb)-- if you didn't find it in the All-Movie Guide,
try here. Both databases give very complete information for every film
they list, who played what roles, producer, director, date, etc.
of American Animation -- from the Library of Congress, this
online exhibit includes films from 1900-1921, searchable by
keyword. The films can be downloaded in three different
formats -- Real, Quicktime, and MPEG.
-- a search engine for movie reviews. Click on a movie and
you'll get production information and lots of reviews.
Silent Era-- an historical guide to silent films including news, a Top 100 Silent Films
List, and links to archives, museums, libraries and historical societies
with significant collections, and other silent film sites. Also gives availability of films on DVD and VHS.
Tones -- historical video clips of people, places,
lifestyles. An excellent site! These are primary documents in
film format, including clips of the Cannes Film Festival event 1949
& 1970 & movie stars.
MTV: New Movies -- gives box offices proceeds, what's due to be
released and quick summaries and bios of the actors. A bit glitzy, but
that's show biz.