moviemon

A Python Application that displays all the information about all your movies in the command line.

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Live Demo

Installation

Using pip

$ pip install moviemon

You can also use pipsi to install -

$ pipsi install moviemon

Get the latest build from the Source

Dependencies

Usage:

  moviemon.py PATH
  moviemon [-i | -t | -g | -a | -c | -d | -y | -r | -I | -T ]
  moviemon -h | --help
  moviemon --version

Options:

  -h, --help            Show this screen.
  --version             Show version.
  PATH                  Path to movies dir. to index/reindex all movies.
  -i, --imdb            Sort acc. to IMDB rating.(dec)
  -t, --tomato          Sort acc. to Tomato Rotten rating.(dec)
  -g, --genre           Show movie name with its genre.
  -a, --awards          Show movie name with awards received.
  -c, --cast            Show movie name with its cast.
  -d, --director        Show movie name with its director(s).
  -y, --year            Show movie name with its release date.
  -r, --runtime         Show movie name with its runtime.
  -I, --imdb-rev        Sort acc. to IMDB rating.(inc)
  -T, --tomato-rev      Sort acc. to Tomato Rotten rating.(inc)

Examples -

Display basic info about all your movies.

$ moviemon

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Display all movies sorted according to their IMDB ratings.

$ moviemon -i

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Display all movies sorted according to their Tomato Rotten ratings.

$ moviemon -t

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Display all movies with their Genres.

$ moviemon -g

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Display all movies with the awards they have received.

$ moviemon -a

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Display all movies with their cast.

$ moviemon -c

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Display all movies with their director(s).

$ moviemon -d

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Display all movies with their release date.

$ moviemon -y

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Display all movies with their runtime.

$ moviemon -r

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Display all movies sorted according to their IMDB ratings.(inc)

$ moviemon -I

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Display all movies sorted according to their Tomato Rotten ratings.(inc)

$ moviemon -T

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Stretch Goals

  • Use MongoDB to store data instead of storing json data in file.
  • Run a cron job to detect if the directory containing movies has been modified, if it has been modified then reindex the directory for accommodating new or deleted movies.
  • As mentioned by @dufferzafar this can seriously become a movie database 'tagger' like Picard.

Shout-out

Big thanks to @dufferzafar for his awesome work.

Contribute

Found a bug or want to suggest a new feature? Report it by opening an issue. Feel free to send a pull request for any improvements or feature requests ;)

License

MIT © Chaitanya Gupta

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Moviemon Info

⭐ Stars 180
🔗 Homepage ichait.github.io
🔗 Source Code github.com
🕒 Last Update 9 months ago
🕒 Created 7 years ago
🐞 Open Issues 6
➗ Star-Issue Ratio 30
😎 Author iCHAIT