This is a known error in the beta-version of iCM. I wonder if @Marijn found a solution to this yet.
Here’s the thing. In the beta every movie gets a unique number. The url says that number right behind “movies/”. For example, The Dark Knight is number 6:
Try what happens when you fake a title with number 6 in the url, for example:
If you go to that page, it will redirect to The Dark Knight, because it recognizes the number 6.
But a problem occurs if a title starts with a number followed by a dash.
This is the link to the live version of a movie called " 6-Headed Shark Attack":
When you go to that page and you click on the Pssst-link, where do you think you’ll end up? You’ll be redirected to The Dark Knight on the beta, because 6- will be recognized as such.
The title you brought up has no dash in it. Why does it redirect? Take a look at the url:
You see the title is followed by a dash and the year of release. That is done in cases when there are more movies with the same title. This is a movie from 1978 with the same title:
This movie will be directed to the correct beta-page, because the url doesn’t have a dash.
The link you posted redirects to " Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy" simply because 1922 happens to be the unique number of that movie.
So this is the explanation. I don’t have a solution. Well for now, you just can’t use the beta for this movie. If you want to check it, just go to the live-version of the movie:
It seems to me Marijn didn’t consider such titles when he made this database decision and I don’t know if he thought of a solution yet.