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Sharukh Khan is one of the most talented Actors on the whole wide world. In the Indian Film Industry he's called King Khan and is right now the most famous actors. His movies are even shown in europe and america. He's born on the 2nd of November, 1965 in new dehli, India. He's since 15 years in the bollywood Film-Industry now and runs Bollywood.It was his parents wish that he should become actor, thats why he went to mumbai(Bombay)to fulfill their wish. At the beginnig of his career, everybody told him that he'd never become an actor, he was too "ugly" and nobody would like to see him acting. But he showed everyone after hard work that he can be more than an actor, he's King Khan...
"Yo, did you see Sharukh Khan's movie Veer-Zaara?"
"Yeah It wuz even showed on german TV man. That was too crazy!"
by Indian_og_06 May 11, 2006
When an individual purchases one ticket to a film at a multiplex and in addition to watching that film, they walk into one or several other films without purchasing additional tickets before leaving the theater for the day. An easy feat to accomplish in theaters were the ushers don't take their jobs seriously or too distracted trying to hook-up with patrons of the opposite (or same) sex.
"After we left the theater we walked to the concession stand, purchased popcorn and did a ghetto movie pass."
by BillyDoll901 April 01, 2007
Low-budget Japanese pornography which often features an "artsy" feel. Many young Japanese filmmakers get their start by directing pink films, which is not viewed as derogatorily in Japan as in the US, often leading these directors to mainstream success outside of the pornography business.

Several of these films such as "Tandem", about a train-groper, have received acclaim on the international art house circuit.
Toshiki Sato, Hisayasu Sato, and Takahisa Zeze have been dubbed "The Kings of Pink" in Japan due to the acclaim their pink films have gotten them, both domestically and abroad.
by Humberttt January 25, 2008
Durning a movie or picture when half of the face is showing.
Tiffany this picture is a Team Finland. I can only see half of your face.
by DyingAtTheDisco February 18, 2009
According to online resources, a "real" IMAX screen is a screen that is totally "immersive" and fills your field of vision. A "fake" IMAX screen, or Liemax, is a screen that is branded "IMAX" the same as giant screens, but is not that much larger than regular movie screens, and does not fill your field of vision. Thus, it's just another rip-off for your bucks.
Check for real IMAX theaters and Liemax theaters on Google maps before you go out and purchase a ticket!
by Mattkins January 04, 2010
Now closed, it was once the world's greatest video rental store, offering cheap rentals, such as 5 films for 5 days for 5 dollars, and maintaining a vast selection of films which put the garbage known as "Blockbuster" to shame.
Person #1: "Hey, it's Friday, let's have a movie night."

Person #2: "Sweet, we'll head to Screenplay Video and get some movies. They have anything we could possibly want."
by Shawny Wind February 02, 2010
verb. To convince a person that a movie generally recognized as terrible is in truth good and worth seeing.
Dennis: You know, everyone says Trash Humpers is a terrible movie, but actually it's really good. I was surprised, but it's truly a cinematic masterwork. You should definitely go see it in the theater.
Sam: Are you serious, or are you catwomaning me?
by smammy September 20, 2010
The Inventor of a film.

The most under-valued person in the filmmaking process.
Person#1: "Casablanca, what a masterpiece. You know it took four screenwriters to write that?

Person#2: "What's a Screenwriter?"
by jazz4 March 11, 2011
someone who thoroughly likes movies, and many times will go out of their way to quote and tell their friends about movies.
Michael Bolton is a major cinephile.
by plantieri May 26, 2011
Film critic Roger Ebert's philosophy to criticizing works: "It's not what it's about, it's HOW it's about it."

This applies to any type of work, be it films, TV shows, music, books, etc.
Occasionally an unsuspecting innocent will stumble into a movie like this and send me an anguished postcard, asking how I could possibly give a favorable review to such trash. My stock response is Ebert's Law, which reads: A movie is not about what it is about. It is about how it is about it. -- Roger Ebert
by Judas Zala July 10, 2011