Definition of cinematic
1 : of, relating to, suggestive of, or suitable for motion pictures or the filming of motion pictures cinematic principles and techniques cinematic special effects
2 : filmed and presented as a motion picture cinematic fantasies a cinematic adaptation of a novel
cinematicallyplay \-ˈma-ti-k(ə-)lē\ adverb
Examples of cinematic in a Sentence
a director who has produced some great cinematic moments
Recent Examples of cinematic from the Web
The cinematic production of Mozart’s final opera, the pipe-dream of Komische Oper Berlin and the British theater company 1927, is vastly entertaining and a technical triumph.
In these movies, the issue comes down to cinematic pleasure and its discontents.
Reserve a seat online to catch a whiff of this cinematic nostalgia.
There’s a cinematic edge to its Phoenix-like synth.
Some cinematic chicanery did take place, just not nearly as much as some have said, and Cooper managed to learn to throw with his left.
Lee’s career, though, has faded with the popularity of the cinematic oater.
Ultimately, the photographs tell a cinematic short story of which Tautou is the decisive auteur.
Since Davis was behind the dish for the cinematic Durham Bulls, those boring punch-outs in the majors have soared 48.8%.
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CINEMATIC Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cinematic for English Language Learners
: of or relating to movies
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