The Movie Database Support

curl --request GET \
  --url 'https://api.themoviedb.org/4/account/htilly/movie/watchlist?page=1' \
  --header 'authorization: Bearer API_KEY_GOES_HERE' \
  --data '{}'

Result:

{"status_code":11,"status_message":"Internal error: Something went wrong, contact TMDb.","success":false}

?!

BR Tilly

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Maybe, just one maybe, change the 4 by 3.

... themoviedb.org/3/account ...

Tried, no go. And I got it from here: https://developers.themoviedb.org/4/account/get-account-movie-watchlist

:)

And since I'm new here.. Just to be clear.. {account_id} is my account name, right? So for me this would be "htilly" ?

/Tilly

I know very little about API v3. And even less of the API v4.
Sorry I can not help you. Only Travis Bell can help you.

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I get the same error (status code 11) when trying to add a comment to an existing item in a list using the v4 list API. The same code/request works for some items, but others just crash and burn.

@htilly You need to be making a request with your account id, not username.

https://api.themoviedb.org/4/account/{ACCOUNT_ID}/movie/watchlist?page=1

You can get your account ID by completing the request for an access token. I have an example script that you can use to see what I mean here.

@jyggen Can you create a new post? Your issue doesn't sound connected to @htilly's. Thanks.

Works like a charm!!

Thanks!!

Stupid questions. Do I need to complete the request for an access token each time.. Or can I reuse this user ID from now on?

BR Tilly

Works like a charm!!

Excellent!

Stupid questions. Do I need to complete the request for an access token each time.. Or can I reuse this user ID from now on?

No, you do not. Access tokens do not expire so feel free to use that one.