Definition of filmic
: of, relating to, or resembling motion pictures
filmicallyplay \ˈfil-mi-k(ə-)lē\ adverb
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This was the era of The Hills — reality TV shows that were very polished and filmic.
That’s because this filmic triptych set in the impoverished, drug-dependent barrios of Puerto Rico eschews emotional dimension for visceral actions and thematic wallops.
Artist Dora Budor has been commissioned to create a new piece, which juxtaposes reality with filmic unreality.
Defying the filmic realism of console games with Cubist graphics, Stardew Valley is the magnum opus of prodigy designer Mr. Barone, whose nom de jeux is ConcernedApe.
The end result is a 14-inch by 12-inch shrine to a filmic era that may be long since dead, but still feels strangely familiar in its intentions to the present-day cinemascape.
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