a low-budget motion picture that is considered to be of low quality
a version of a motion picture that is edited in a way that the director wanted it to be originally, containing scenes that are not included in the studio version
a set of related movies or novels that portray the same character or characters in different settings and situations
an art movement in French cinema in the 1960s
a novel, motion picture, etc. that depicts the events and stories taking place before the events of an earlier work
a motion picture or piece of music that is made based on an old song or movie
a movie, novel, play, etc. that is initially underappreciated, but gains sudden and unexpected success later on
production of something new based on a successful movie or TV show
a motion picture that is set to a soundtrack, as opposed to a silent movie
a narrative that makes the audience feel extremely sad and excessively sentimental
a movie that is intended to be broadcast on TV, rather than being projected on the screen
a sad movie, play, book, etc. that is too sentimental and makes the audience cry
a motion picture, TV or radio program, etc. that someone has contributed to
someone who frequently goes to watch plays at a theater
comedy of mannersnoun
a comic play, movie, book, etc. that portrays the behaviors of a particular social class, satirizing them
a comic movie or play that depicts unlikely or silly situations by the use of buffoonery
a book, painting, play, etc. that is created according to the common taste of the public in order to earn money
something that is extremely successful, such as a song, motion picture, play, etc.
someone who frequently goes to watch movies at a cinema
something that is unsuccessful or fails to meet expectations, such as a movie, play, or product
products such as clothes, toys, etc. that are related to a motion picture, TV show or sports team; the process of selling these products
an article published in a newspaper or magazine that praises a movie, book, etc.
a report that is published in a newspaper or a magazine, in which someone gives an opinion of a play, movie, book, etc.
unwanted information about how the plot of a movie, game, book, etc. develops or ends that can ruin one's enjoyment
the duration of a musical performance, theater or motion picture
the opening night at which a play, movie, etc. is presented to the public
a moment or pause in a scene where a character experiences a change in emotion or thought, often used to build tension, convey subtext, or advance the story.
the music composed for a movie or play
the first night in which a play is publicly performed or a movie is presented for public view
the events that are crucial to the formation and continuity of a story in a movie, play, novel, etc.
the events that have happened to a character before their story in a book, movie, etc. begins
a short pause between parts of a play, movie, etc.
the most significant moment in a story, play, movie, etc. with a high dramatic suspense
the final part of a story, movie, etc.
a short interval between parts of a play, movie, etc.
a person who provides a spoken commentary for a TV show, movie, etc. whom the audience cannot see
the beginning section of a movie, book, play, etc. that introduces the work
the time and place in which the story of a movie, play, etc. is taking place
a series of events in a novel, movie, etc. that is separate from the main story and is less important but is linked to it
spoken descriptions given in a movie or a television show, etc. by a narrator that is not seen by the audience
a short part of a movie or broadcast that is viewed separately
an act of displaying a movie or TV show
a film in which two close friends go on an adventure together
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