That audiences willingly engage in some level of disbelief suspension is a cinematic given.
A monumental political bombshell, his obscene downfall was a cinematic gimme, sure to set screenwriter hearts aflutter.
How did this happen to the man who starred in cinematic gems like Moonstruck, Honeymoon in Vegas, Raising Arizona and Valley Girl?
Sharing a cultural experience, whether musical or cinematic, can be painful.
As gay rights moved to the center of the cinematic and cultural landscape, AIDS began falling out.
Perhaps the most cinematic twist is that, at least in part, Cantor did this to himself.
But the cinematic merits of the forerunners are far superior.
The clouds above were enormous and white, giving the sky a cinematic look.
His cinematic output includes such gems as Forced Vengeance and Silent Rage.
Why not take a further wrinkle from the cinematic drama and throw upon the screen a succinct rsum of the previous argument?
1914, in the movies sense, from French cinématique (1917), from cinéma (see cinema). Related: Cinematically.
1899, "a movie hall," from French cinéma, shortened from cinématographe "motion picture projector and camera," coined 1890s by Lumiere brothers, who invented it, from Latinized form of Greek kinemat-, comb. form of kinema "movement," from kinein "to move" (see cite) + graphein "to write" (see -graphy). Meaning "movies collectively, especially as an art form" recorded by 1914. Cinéma vérité is 1963, from French.