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  • adjective comparative form of schlocky: more schlocky


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  • I agree that movies are not only schlockier than ever they're preachier, too.

    Movies you'll be seeing in `09 Ed Gorman 2009

  • The filmmakers at the Asylum rip off big-budget blockbusters with their own cheaper, faster, schlockier flicks.

    Wired Top Stories 2009

  • The 70's and 80's brought the slightly schlockier woman's mag: the embarrassing relationship advice to be pored over, corner folded; the quiz to be filled in with erasable ball-point; the insert of recipe cards to be extracted and filed and smudged.

    Where Have You Gone, Diana Vreeland? 2000

  • Sure, there are cliches, but the film avoids the schlockier pitfalls of outright "Exorcist" wannabes.

    SFGate: Top News Stories He (Amy Biancolli 2011

  • But Forby is much schlockier, employing panpipes to signify that we're now in England when the princess travels there to wait out political turmoil.

    Seattle Weekly | Complete Issue 2010

  • But I even love 'My Bloody Valentine 3-D' - the schlockier movies that are in 3-D.

    MTV News 2010

  • Jack can't help but be forced into the line of duty, and while he might have aged and the show seems to have gotten schlockier, it's great big-screen masala fun -- especially as the brooding look in Kapoor's eyes constantly suggests there's much more to his character than just being a target-practice figurehead. 2010

  • Perhaps film makers will emulate Tarantino's latest career blunder and pay homage to the genre of schlock films by making even schlockier films.

    Epinions Recent Content for Home 2008

  • She refers to someone as an 'in-touch' person, and is one herself, which helps to account for her lively and enjoyable blend of the literary and the vernacular: plotzed, schlockier, glitzy, laid-back, ticklability, sleaze (as a noun), jocular-jock, and ” surely with no double entendre ” crotch-happy.

    Keeping Up with Mr. B Craft, Robert 1982


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