Goim is a command line utility for maintaining and querying the Internet Movie Database (IMDb). Goim automatically downloads IMDb's data in plain text format and loads it into a relational database. Goim can then interact with the data in the database in various ways: fuzzy (with trigrams) searching, simple renaming of media files (including TV episodes), view information like plots, credits, goofs, quotes, IMDb rankings, trivia, release dates, film locations, prequels/sequels, etc.Goim currently supports both SQLite and PostgreSQL. By default, Goim uses SQLite---which is more of a convenience for users that don't want to run a database server. Using PostgreSQL should be faster, and more importantly, will give you insanely fast fuzzy searching.