moviegoer

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n moviegoer someone who goes to see movies
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Usage


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We're not ready to throw in the towel on the moviegoing just yet, but we'll admit we're ready for a break from the heavier fare.
'Twilight' moviegoer: Forget the book.
The observatory is perhaps best known to moviegoers as a key location in Rebel Without a Cause, starring James Dean.
There were three fresh offerings at the box office over the Thanksgiving holiday, but moviegoers opted for leftovers instead.
Part of Dallas' moviegoing fabric.
The Angelika Dallas changed the city's moviegoing personality when it opened in 2001, giving Dallasites a consistent and comfortable place to see new independent and art house films.
Digital Managing Editor Robert Wilonsky talks about why he found mob flick "Killing Them Softly," with Brad Pitt and James Gandolfini, to be an offer moviegoers should refuse.
The film will stir fear among viewers who are against equality and inspire homophobic responses among moviegoers, the viewer warned.
Chicago moviegoers in the mood for Christmas films are happy this week, as the city currently has a multitude of holiday options.
Authorities say a confrontation with an intoxicated man at a southern Arizona theater caused moviegoers to flee a screening of "The Dark Knight Rises" the same day a gunman killed 12 people at a Colorado cinema.
The new James Bond movie Skyfall hits theaters Friday, and in the opening sequence, moviegoers will of course hear Adele's haunting theme, "Skyfall".
Frightened moviegoers fled in horror after a 17-year-old allegedly donned a " Joker " mask inside a Colorado movie theater late Sunday.
BOULDER — Police say a University of Colorado student wore a clown hat and a mask depicting the Joker from the Batman series into a Boulder theater, causing several moviegoers to run from the building and call police.
Moviegoers keep going , but wonder: 'Is it safe?'.
Drama, a teen comedy, a horror flick and a multi-century epic are all hitting theaters this weekend, but none look like they will be a major draw for moviegoers.
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