noun- a movie which is based on a book; often used to treat novelepsy; can sometimes differ slightly from the book

verb- to watch the movie instead of reading the book
Examples include The Grapes of Wrath, The Scarlett Letter, and Lord of the Flies

"Ugh, I don't have time to read this dusty tome. Is there a litflick version? Aw, Netflix, you rock!"

"I can't go out tonight--I've got to finish The Great Gatsby."
"Dude, just litflick it. I'll pick you up at 10."

You can host a Litflick and SparkNotes party for your fellow goldbricking English classmates.
作者 SchoolSaboteur 2010年4月23日

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