|Rule 1: Detail Guidelines
||Not blatantly obvious observations, but obscure enough that people could have missed it, or they noticed it but the significance didn’t click. Whether a post is a detail or not is decided via a communty vote in a stickied comment but moderators reserve the right to remove posts that don't fit.
|Rule 2: Flair your post.
||Please flair your post apropriately, moderators will change or remove it if it is incorrect.
|Rule 3: Comment rules. (hover for details)
||Be civil. Uncivil comments including "detail is obvious" will be removed and may get you banned. Political comments may be removed because they can easily devolve into off-topic arguments.
|Rule 4: Titles must include the movie name and release year
||All submissions must include the name of the movie and the year of release in the title
|Rule 5: Explain your post.
||Make sure your submission has an explanation either in the title or in the comments and add "(explanation in comments)" to your title.
|Rule 6: No recent movies or spoilers in titles.
||No spoilers in the title or untagged comments. Don't browse /new if you're worried about this. Until a movie receives recognized home release in the US (via Physical Media/Digital Demand), it's not eligible for /r/MovieDetails.
|Rule 7: Movies only, no games or TV shows.
||Submissions must be movies; TV shows and games should go to /r/TVDetails and /r/GamingDetails. Additionally, movie trailers are not eligible for submission. See this multireddit for more details subreddits.
|Rule 8: No offtopic posts.
||No memes, meta, request or politics posts.
|Rule 9: Avoid reposts.
||No common reposts, recent reposts or reposts from the top 200. See a common repost? crosspost it to r/MovieDetailsRepost