Definition of B-film in English:

B-film

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noun

  • another term for B-movie.
    More example sentences
    • It looked just as pathetic as the rest of the weekly B-films that the major companies were turning out.
    • There were always two films, a major movie and a B-film; the management had bought outright two films which they showed week in and week out as their second feature.
    • Though it isn't the greatest sci-fi film since 2001, it had enough going for it to appreciate in the same way I liked old, campy 1950s B-films.

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