One who goes to see movies; a moviegoer.

film′go′ing adj.


(Film) esp Brit a person who goes to see a film or films


(ˈfɪlmˌgoʊ ər)
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If ever there was a Judy Davis character for the lesbian filmgoer, this would be it
It is, unfortunately, a rare occasion when a Muslim filmgoer can leave the theater feeling good about a movie's portrayal of Islam,'' says Rabiah Ahme, communications director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations.
Once a filmgoer can wrap his mind around the casting oddity, Solondz believes he can tap into the movie's moral questions over the consequences of taking action.
His loveable persona melted the heart of the toughest filmgoer.
Just as the filmgoer reading Warshow inevitably starts to suspect that the western might be more elastic than the critic will admit, the reader who trudges through Kass must eventually wonder whether the ethicist is confusing the map with the territory.
WVE then circulated a petition via e-mail calling for a filmgoer boycott.
For all its tepid attempts at suspense and its risible depiction of information technology, the 1995 film The Net may yet turn out to be more prophetic than any self-respecting filmgoer and online aficionado would like to admit.
Odeon was accused of hiking Spectre prices by up to PS2, with one filmgoer telling of paying "PS16.
One filmgoer said: "We were half way through the film when the alarm went off and we were ushered outside.
The theatre was full that night," said one disgruntled filmgoer yesterday.
Some of my most precious images as a filmgoer aren't connected with the most coherent storytelling.
Any filmgoer who arrives dressed up, has a freaky talent or act can get $1 off admission.