weepie


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weep·ie

 (wē′pē)
n. Informal
A work, especially a film or play, that is excessively sentimental.
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Epic weepie, directed by Steven Spielberg and based on the book/ play.
Despite mediocre reviews, the weepie turned into a favorite and has since appeared on multiple best romantic movie lists.
Despite mediocre reviews, the weepie turned into a favourite and has since appeared on multiple best romantic movie lists.
A GOOD heart is surprisingly easy to find in Midnight Sun, a gushing terminal illness weepie, which targets the same teenage tear ducts as The Fault In Our Stars.
) HHH HH A GOOD heart is surprisingly easy to find in Midnight Sun, a gushing terminal illness weepie, which targets the same teenage tear ducts as The Fault In Our Stars.
MIDNIGHT SUN (12A) HHH HH A GOOD heart is surprisingly easy to find in Midnight Sun, a gushing terminal illness weepie, which targets the same teenage tear ducts as The Fault In Our Stars.
EMMERDALE ITV IT'S not often that we get a chance to compare Cain Dingle to Cary Grant, but this week he finds himself starring in his own version of the romantic weepie An Affair to Remember.
The two-minute commercial, which was released by the store chain yesterday, was billed as a weepie.
But as Affleck spends an eon mourning for his lost love played by Rooney Mara, I began longing for the grubby pleasures of Demi Moore and her potters wheel from 1990s weepie, Ghost.
With the importance of female friendship at its heart, this is an unashamed weepie, intriguingly plotted and with relatable characters.
SAM CLAFLIN and Emilia Clarke do their best to trouble our tear ducts in a mildly engaging weepie bolstered by a decent central performance but let down by a hugely predictable ending.
"Now pay attention, because I'm about to tell you the secret of life." These would be hard opening lines for any film to live up to, but when spoken at the beginning of "The Choice"--the latest, and quite possibly worst, tissue-thin weepie to issue forth from the Nicholas Sparks page-to-screen assembly line--the gulf between what's promised and what's delivered is wide enough to be spotted from space.