Find information about movies, actors and production details.
Version 0.2.0 - Please test carefully
Easily find information, such as a description, or cast from a movie with your voice.
- “What is the movie _______ about?”
- “Tell me about the movie _______”
- “Who plays in the movie _______?”
- “What genres does the flick _______ belong to?”
- “Look for information on the movie _______.”
- “What company made the movie _______?”
- “When was the movie _______ made?”
- “Do you have info on the film _______?”
- “What are popular movies playing now?”
- “What films do you recommend like _______?”
- “How long is the movie _______?”
- "What are the highest rated movies out?
Installation should be pretty much effortless.
A free API key is REQUIRED for this skill to work
- Signup here for a FREE account
- Get API key here
- You will get a v.3 key and a v.4 key
- We will use the v.3 for this version REMEMBER THIS, YOU WILL NEED IT
Use mycroft-msm to install automatically
Enter the following command into your terminal
mycroft-msm install https://github.com/builderjer/moviemaster.git
msm should install the dependcencies automatically If not, you can manually install from pip with the command
pip install tmdbv3api
Install the dependcencies with the above command
Change into your skills directory and clone from repository on linux or picroft (not tested on Windows)
cd /opt/mycroft/skills/ git clone https://github.com/builderjer/moviemaster.git
- Fill out API key on https://home.mycroft.ai
- Ask a question about a movie
- “Hey Mycroft, tell me about the movie Monty Python and the Holy Grail”
- Listen to the awesome responce!!
#TMDB #Movies #Actors #Mark I
Keep checking for more updates.
This skill uses tmdbv3api avaliable on GitHub at tmdbv3api
It also uses the TMDb API but is not endorsed or certified by TMDb. Information avaliable at TMDb
This is a new version that I first mentioned here as tmdb-skill. This is a complete rewrite with a much cleaner code and error checking.
Let me know what you think and leave a comment here or on the github PR here.