An empty movie theater.
The Wizard of Oz is an example of a movie.
- film (noun)
- a showing of a film, as in a theater: I'm going to a movie tonight
Origin of moviecontr. from moving picture
- the film industry
- a showing of a film
- a. A recorded sequence of film or video images displayed on a screen with sufficient rapidity as to create the illusion of motion and continuity.b. Any work, as of art or entertainment, having this form, usually including a soundtrack: a movie about the cost of war.c. The presentation of such a work: During the movie, the person in front of me kept talking.d. A long narrative work of this form: a television channel that shows foreign movies.
- movies Screenings of movies at a public theater: Would you like to go to the movies tonight?
- movies The movie industry.
Origin of movieShortening and alteration of moving picture
- A motion picture.
- (usually pluralized) A cinema.
- Let's go to the movies.
movie - Computer Definition
A film-based or video-based motion picture. Major motion pictures are sometimes shot on film and video at the same time. Directors may prefer the effect film delivers, but video enables instant playback. In order to be transmitted or distributed electronically, movies captured on film must be scanned into a digital video format. See digital cinema, camcorder and video format.