It's been quite some time: IMDb.com desktop view is in real need of a presentational design upgrade.
I find the IMDb mobile app on iOS a much more pleasurable experience than I do the web view on a desktop computer. One of the main reasons: the cast member thumbnails are optically much larger on mobile, making it easier to spot faces I'm searching for when digging into a cast. But in addition to the small photos on the desktop view, there is also a dearth of readable text presentation on the desktop view. It's anachronistic to the design sensibilities and pragmatic realities of decades past. The font size is too small for today's larger, higher-density screens (as it is for my aging eyes). The general information density is a bit tight too! It has been debunked many times over, the old wives' tale that everything must be "above the fold". People do not mind scrolling. Make the info more hierarchal, give it more air, and more pleasurable to read (much like the mobile app is). You can still have the same amount of info and functionality within the desktop app, but it just doesn't need to feel like reading a 19th-century newspaper on microfiche anymore.