A. = Adjective ADV. = Adverb IDM. = Idiom N. = Noun V. = Verb
|alternative||A. something which is done in a different way, not done in the normal way
In the U.S., alternative films are usually artistic films or foreign language films.
|artsy||A. extremely artistic, overly artistic, too artistic
This often suggests that someone tried too hard to make something artistic.
|entertaining||A. something which entertains; amusing and interesting|
|hilarious||A. something which is very funny; something which makes you laugh|
|intense||A. 1) containing strong emotions or feelings 2) extreme
An intense film is one which emotionally drains you or makes you tired. Intense is not necessarily negative, it just means that a movie is not light or relaxing.
|light||A. relaxing, amusing, not too intense
This is the opposite of "intense."
|mainstream||A. something which is usual, or commonly done
Mainstream films are those which are usually high-budget, popular, and made for entertainment. "Mainstream" is the opposite of "alternative."
|superficial||A. 1) not deep or profound; lacking real content 2) only on the surface|
|suspenseful||A. something which makes you keep guessing or makes you question how something will end|
|thought-provoking||A. something which makes you think used to describe many different things, such as movies, books, conversations, ideas, issues, etc.|