Thesaurus for movie buff

Synonyms, antonyms, and related words for movie buff

One of Gods gifts to man. They can make you cry, laugh, horny, tired, excited, scared and more. Without movies this world wouldn't be as good.
Bob: I love movies.
Jim: Me to.
Bob: Let's go watch Road Trip.
Jim: Sounds good.
by Oz January 28, 2005
The extensive and elaborate study of films and or television.
Cinematology is an a great topic for conversations at parties.
by Deeknow Maverick July 02, 2009
A film or movie enthusiast.
A lot of cinephiles enjoy Pulp Fiction.
by Lauren01 August 22, 2006
Humans who would watch movies 24 hrs a day if they could stay awake
He's such a moviemaniac that he's seen Star Wars 743 times
by Jose Sinclair August 27, 2008
One of Gods gifts to man. They can make you cry, laugh, horny, tired, excited, scared and more. Without movies this world wouldn't be as good.
Bob: I love movies.
Jim: Me to.
Bob: Let's go watch Road Trip.
Jim: Sounds good.
by Oz January 28, 2005
1. (noun) A person who possesses no magical skills or abilities (originated from the 'Harry Potter' novels).

2. (noun) A colloquial term for marijuana. The word 'muggle' can be pluralised to 'muggles', and still retain the same meaning.

3. (verb) A colloquial term for the action of smoking marijuana.
1. "The Dursleys were what the wizards called Muggles (not a drop of magical blood in their veins)" (extract from 'Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets', by J.K. Rowling).

2. (Said to employee at drive-through:) 'I'll have a Big Mac, fries, a Coke... (whispers:) and a dime bag of muggle(s)'.

3. 'Quick, five minutes before Math starts, let's muggle up!'
by FooBoy June 08, 2004
A person who is utterly addicted to all forms of television. Most especially reality television shows, for example; Starting Over House, The Biggest Loser, Fear Factor et al. This disease however is not limited to only reality television shows, but also Law and Order and it's derevitives.
Gee that Katherine really is a TV Junkie. If this were cocaine she'd have track marks on her arms.
by Chris January 11, 2005
A prelude or opening, a flourish, usually played by brass instruments.
"They played a fan fare when the Royal Family entered."
by Law__x January 15, 2006

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