You ask whether the question is opinion-based, and @iandotkelly answers this well. Your larger question, though, is whether is should be reopened. I think it should (and have voted so).
Libraries (which is what we are creating) are successful because they are in tune with and responsive to their communities. The rules are different for an S/E site for tech people or for gamers, because those communities have different needs and wants. The community of people who watch movies and TVs and then go online to find answers about them are reacting to and trying to appreciate a piece of art. Our job is not to decide what will help them appreciate the art, it's to answer their questions.
I think it is a mistake to refer people to other websites to get their information. While we do not want to replicate imdb, surely there is and will be some overlap. We are trying to build a community of users here, and the more welcoming we are and the more accepting we are of their questions, the more likely they will stay around. The more we send them somewhere else, the more likely they won't bother to come back. Wouldn't it be better to establish ourselves as a one-stop-shop for your movie and TV information needs? If people think they can only ask some types of questions here (changing "closed" to "on-hold" was an improvement, but seeing that 5 people thought your question was bad still feels pretty crummy), they may choose to start their search elsewhere.
This is not a place for open-ended opinion questions or for localized sorts of questions. Beyond that, the more we restrict, the more we turn people away. Trivia questions, identify questions, and difficult-to-categorize questions such as this have value for the person asking and quite possibly for others who happen upon it later.