Associations to the word «Movie»
MOVIE, noun. A motion picture.
MOVIE, noun. (usually pluralized) A cinema.
MOVIE DEAL, noun. An agreement between a movie production studio and various other stakeholders for the production of a movie, usually based on some source material or other intellectual property created or owned by one or more of the stakeholders.
MOVIE DEAL, noun. An agreement between a movie production studio and an actor, director, or other person involved in the making of movies, by which that person agrees to participate in the production of a certain number of movies for the studio.
MOVIE DEALS, noun. Plural of movie deal
MOVIE PALACE, noun. (US) (dated) (historical) An elaborately decorated motion picture theater, principally constructed from 1910 to 1950.
MOVIE STAR, noun. A leading actor in a movie, especially one perceived as a celebrity
MOVIE STARS, noun. Plural of movie star
MOVIE THEATER, noun. (US) A building where movies are shown to an audience; a cinema.
MOVIE THEATERS, noun. Plural of movie theater
MOVIE THEATRE, noun. (Australia) (Canada) (NZ) (UK) Alternative spelling of movie theater
MOVIE THEATRES, noun. Plural of movie theatre
MOVIE, noun. A form of entertainment that enacts a story by sound and a sequence of images giving the illusion of continuous movement; "they went to a movie every Saturday night"; "the film was shot on location".
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