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- n. Plural form of credit.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of credit.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a list of acknowledgements of those who contributed to the creation of a film (usually run at the end of the film)
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The title credits appear as clouds floating behind an illuminated screen.
Nicole is not in the above the title credits, not in the billing block, not in the trailer, not in the TV spots.
Instead, they're seeking out videos online by Googling the artist, finding the link, and sitting through a 15-second ad for Dove shower gel before the title credits come up.
I liked the first forty seconds or so -- the title credits are cool, and I felt the anguish and fear of Christian Bale's character (Bale's a great actor, but even he and Peter Fonda can't save this thing) as he watched his barn burn.
The agonizingly mundane and generic first half of the film seems a decade older than it really is especially when compared to David Cronenberg's THE DEAD ZONE, made the same year , right down to the font of the title credits, the cloying score by Charles Bernstein, and the overall Lifetime TV for Women atmosphere.
The title credits begin quite a few minutes into it to set the tone for the rest of the flick which is without doubt a highly stylised, fast paced marvel.
Suddenly I encountered the title credits of "Goodfellas" on Spike.
The lawyers have already sent an extrajudicial note to the studio and director demanding they include a reference in the title credits saying his movie is a fictional tale and not based on official documents of the life of the Macedonian ruler.
DELUXE APARTMENT IN THE SKY A single woman in her late 20's had been renting at a high-rise building at 185 East 85th Street-the building featured in the title credits of the 1970's television show The Jeffersons - but decided it was time to move on up.
The theater producers of "War Horse" said there was significant value in Mr. Spielberg's decision to highlight the stage production as an inspiration in the title credits of his movie.
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