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Try these screenplay datasets:
But, perhaps, you may use subtitles to ...
Check out Wolfram Alpha API for things like:
This is the free (public) interactive form interface. You can get a download as raw data with a ...
There is the Internet Movie Script Database (IMSDb) where you can view movie scripts online. You might be able to download enough pages to train your bot.
Alternatively, there's also OpenSubtitles, ...
1) I would like to point you to a dataset and an API that provides IMDB information.
Here are some queries to get the information from your example, and to show you what kind of data to expect from ...
The IMDB data dump contains theater release dates (warning, 46MB file):
Unfortunately this is only cinema releases, ...
You might find the MovieLens Datasets helpful. Here's how they describe the structure of their ratings data file:
All ratings are contained in the file ratings.csv. Each line of this file after the ...
As was alluded to in one in a comments you should check out http://www.imdb.com/interfaces which would allow you to either download manually via ftp or through a terminal interface. I am pretty sure ...