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Expect a shower of sparks, bullets and projectiles during action-packed moments, with a smoothness that could easily be mistaken for a non-playable cinematic.
A Wes Anderson world Travel is cinematic, a movie set in which we act out scenes populated by strangers.
There was no question when Sacha Baron Cohen’s new cinematic provocation, “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm,” would appear before audiences.
Chris Burkard’s new short film, Unnur, released on YouTube on September 28, offers a cinematic exploration of that uncertainty, and how one parent has learned to be at peace with his unconventional choices.
If the megalodon were living in the dark, inky depths, though, it would have had to become a very different sort of creature—one we might not find nearly as cinematic.
The presentation starts with cinematic stock footage of Apple’s Halo HQ set to inspirational music.
There’s Rick Fox, the savvy small forward whose cinematic appearances and marriage to Vanessa Williams make him Tinseltown royalty.
I’m a big fan of the Avengers — the whole Marvel cinematic universe and the 20-some-odd movies that have come out over the last 10 years.
Charity Coe Cheever was making less progress with her amateur movie-show than Kedzie with her professional cinematic career.
In the development of the plot Heliodorus makes his set more unified, less cinematic than Xenophon had done.
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WORDS RELATED TO CINEMATIC

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