As Enis said, do the tutorials. That way, when you're done, a lot of what you'll see in these pictures will make sense.
Attached is a movie search app I developed using the Rotten Tomatoes API (overview here
). The nice thing about Rotten Tomatoes over Fandango is that they offer more movie results; I believe Fandango is restricted to the most recent and in theaters. If you're wanting an app for your job at a theater, that makes more sense. However, Fandango doesn't offer their API in JSON, but RT does so that's what I went with.
This app isn't perfect, and it would probably need some refining for error catching as well as to fit your needs at work (which is what you can do with this if you like). As of right now, if the API doesn't return the right information in the right spot you'll get an error when you search. It also doesn't work well for movies with the same title (Bourne Identity, Supremacy, etc). Right now it returns one result, and that result is because of the placement of a URL in the API at a specific spot.
Take a gander at the screenshots (including from my phone for how it looks at runtime) and when you've done the tutorials, load the aia file into your AI session to see it and have some fun making it work how you want.