The simple answer is No, you can't just Google it. The TCC libraries pay for your access to the subscription databases we provide, therefore that information is not available for free on the internet. The TCC databases provide articles in full-text that have already appeared in printed magazines, journals, and newspapers so you can trust the reliability of the information you get from these sources. The same cannot be said for information found on the Internet.
Off-Campus Note: If you are using a computer outside the TCC network, you will be redirected to a login page after you select one of the database services. The login page will give you specific instructions on entering your user name and password. If you have problems signing on, contact the library staff for assistance.
In searching for movies:
Suggested Database Sources for Film Analysis:
Once you select the appropriate database(s), enter your search terms. You can perform a basic or advanced search. For most searches, basic keyword combinations are sufficient.
Document formats: Once you have completed your search and are viewing the result list, you will notice that many articles are available in different formats.
If the articles are not what you are looking for, try searching synonyms and/or related terms.