B.O.A.T.S. - Based on a true story
Easy Action - Action that requires very little attention to understand. You can mentally check out during the majority
Le Boaté - Loosely based on a true story
Robbin’ It - Not watching the movie, but you are here to talk about it.
Save it for the cast - Cutting someone off when they have something good to say off Mic
Society Defying - A film set in a Semi-status quo, but the normal flow of lift is set awry by some sort of situation. Often global change
Vacuum Action - A film that’s not even worth staying in a chair for. You will want to be actively doing something else.
YouTube Com - Just YouTube the best part
Ring-y Effect - When no matter how many times you watch a movie you always find something new about it. (unless your Dale)
Juxtaposition - the fact of two things being seen or placed close together with contrasting effect.
Editors note: this word can also be use in any way as long as it sounds good rolling off the tongue.
The A.G. Effect - Hounding someone until they update the Glossary.
Armbar - An armlock in grappling is a single or double joint lock that hyperextends, hyperflexes or hyperrotates the elbow joint or shoulder joint. An armlock that hyperflexes or hyperrotates the shoulder joint is referred to as a shoulder lock, and an armlock that hyperextends the elbow joint.
Shebang - a thing or a group, used in the phrase "the whole shebang." When your teacher says the test will cover the whole shebang, she means everything you've studied is fair game. The informal phrase"the whole shebang" means "everything," which you could also call "the whole ball of wax" or "the whole enchilada."
Rom-fu - A romantic movie that has Kung Fu in it. I.E. Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon.