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NBA v3 Scores

Version: 1.0

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Hydra Movies is a streaming service that holds information on thousands of popular movies.
The Hydra Movies API gives you access to their entire collection of full movies.
Each film returned provides you with the following data:
Movie Title
Movie Release Year
Movie Summary
Movie Poster
IMDB Rating
YouTube trailer