The whole idea of IMDB was to create an Internet Movie Data Base. The recently instituted changes to the website have made it far less efficient to find out information about historic films and actors. Now, simple things like finding out the entire cast of a film are complicated by the fact the space for names is too short to read many of them and photographs of the actors are so large that the user has to click multiple on pages to find what is desired. This unnecessary complication -- in favor of more photos (oooooh!), videos (aaaaah) and color (gee whiz, kids!) -- just makes the site what the Texans used to call "all sizzle and no steak." The lame-brained numbskull who devised these changes should be fired. Thanks for turning a helpful resource into a waste of time.