- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of flick.
“At first glance, it looks like a budgeted version of better sci-fi action flicks from the '80s and' 90s -- Demolition Man and Robocop spring to mind.”
“Part celebration, part scholarly history, Clive Young's homage to fan-made flicks is a passionate, persuasive exercise in balance.”
“But being that Sunako is a darkness-obsessed goth who's fascinated by mortality and, by extension, horror flicks, that isn't going to be easy.”
“Deemed best suited for those intellectuals who enjoy the subtle nature of foreign films, most subtitled flicks get passed off as boring rubbish by college students.”
“After our lunch at the Sheridan Club, he invited me to an evening at the 'flicks'.”
“BACALL: It has been a bad -- well, I mean, then your own mortality kind of flicks across your mind.”
“In old-style flat holos, "flicks," a critical number of frames per second was needed to preserve the illusion of motion.”
“Shame something about that ruddy site (or maybe my browser) insists that it 'flicks' back to the homepage after a few seconds ...”
“Researchers also found men don't like false eyelashes, bright lipstick, Amy Winehouse-style eyeliner 'flicks', dark lip-liner and pencilled-in eyebrows.”
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