weepy


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weepy

Informal
a romantic and sentimental film or book
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Hebert has received seven literary awards this year for his #1 Amazon Best Sellers Unconventional, Weepy the Dragon and The Backwards K.
BEIRUT: Film journalism is known for its reductive shorthand and "weepy" is among its more concise, and precise, genre descriptions.
"I was weepy. I love her." The eccentric Globe winner sat in the sectioned-off VIP area, where she actually did cry.
Much like last year's box office smash, this weepy is based on a young-adult novel about a terminally ill teenager.
THE TIME TRAVELER'S WIFE Film4 6.45PM Based on the bestselling book, this weepy stars Rachel McAdams as a young woman who falls in love with Eric Bana but feels increasingly lonely every time he disappears on regular journeys into the past and future.
| Say so long to weepy eyes when you're chopping |onions thanks to these purpose-made goggles - no more tears!
WEEPY: Rod Stewart Mullet-haired maestro Rod dabbed his eyes on a hanky and was comforted by a fellow fan as the Bhoys secured a 2-1 victory over the Spanish giants.
It's a fine whiskey of a song, and like good whiskey, can leave you a little messed up and weepy. Each song creates its own vibe, and the duo plays with dynamics and vocal harmonies that are just captivating.
"And everything makes Weepy William cry - not just people being rude to him.
More of the same from the weepy pen of Nicholas Sparks.
The Time Traveler's Wife (Channel 4, tomorrow, 9pm) This weepy based on Audrey Niffenegger's best-selling novel is about a touching romance between two people who were always destined to meet and fall in love - one of whom suffers from random fits of time-travelling.
Dear John Sky Movies Drama, 9.50pm This weepy stars Channing Tatum as John, a soldier on a two-week leave - which turns out to be all the time he needs to fall for and win over wellheeled student Savannah (Amanda 'Mamma Mia!' Seyfried).