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- adj. that twists
- adj. curly
- n. Something that is twisty, such as a road
- n. A strand of hair twisted together in a braid-like fashion
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See Helicteres.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. marked by repeated turns and bends
The tale of the film's making, from conception to opening, is unusually long and twisty, which is what justified features by Steve Silberman in Wired, and now, Michael Idov in New York.
If they thought for a minute that the EU was calling their twisty old tongue a dying language, they'd probably nuke Strasbourg.
The tale of the film's making, from conception to opening, is unusually long and twisty, which is what justified features by Michael Idov in New York.
To its credit, "Inception" plays equally well on an entirely different plane, namely the kind of twisty mind-game that suggests the work of Charlie Kaufman ( "Adaptation") and the "Matrix" movies.
On film, he noticed himself "getting kind of twisty" with his wind-up.
INTRODUCTION: "The Tide Lords" which is one of the most "twisty" and ultimately daring and stunning fantasy series in recent times, has reached the third volume on US shores.
You have to do that same kind of twisty justification to understand Banner's development too.
The lads at Hammer Studios really loved DIABOLIQUE (1955) and turned their collective hand to making the same kind of twisty psychological horror film - first with SCREAM OF FEAR (1961) and then again three years later with NIGHTMARE (1964).
"It's exactly the kind of twisty scheme they'd come up with."
It had this kind of twisty, snaky nature to the mysteries.