מְתִיחָה, פָּרוֹדִיָהלִמְתוֹחַ, לְהָתֵל בְּ-
Noun(1) a composition that imitates or misrepresents somebody's style, usually in a humorous way
Verb(1) make a parody of
(1) The creators of cult the TV hit make their bid for big screen super-stardom with a comic spoof of George Romero's zombie movies, with surprisingly hilarious results.(2) Mick O'Shea uses toy trains to spoof the art world.(3) The danger with satires of this sort is that film-makers, in trying to make their production a viable entry into the genre as well as a spoof of it, lose sight of the initial goal.(4) that meant that the Americans might not be able to jam or spoof his systems(5) Yeah, it's getting more and more difficult to spoof this culture.(6) The video depicts a spoof of the film Bugsy Malone, splurge guns and all, and is something of a classic.(7) It is a classic comedy spoof on the disaster films of the 1970s.(8) We weren't like, ├ö├ç├┐Let's spoof all the camp movies.├ö├ç├û(9) All the laborious editing serves slight purpose, and presents the wearying phenomenon of a spoof of a schlock genre that is virtually a parody of itself.(10) they proceeded to spoof Western intelligence with false information(11) And a later spoof of a school educational film is considerably less effective.(12) word got out that the whole thing had been a spoof(13) Ultimately, the joke is on the audience, as the cast and crew parody and spoof the reality TV genre with insights and a biting intimacy few others could understand or capture.(14) This is just one of the reasons why this sly, sci-fi spoof of a short film is such a welcome surprise.(15) None of it seems to come from anywhere but the Coens' desire to make another airtight (airless, I would say) genre spoof .(16) But it failed to key me up, just as the subject matter, perhaps deliberately, left me never quite sure whether this was an earnest morality tale or a spoof and a send-up.
(1) spoof :: מְתִיחָה
2. parody ::
3. charade ::
4. burlesque ::
5. pasquinade ::
6. put-on ::
7. travesty ::
8. takeoff ::
9. mockery ::
10. lampoon ::
11. parody ::
12. burlesque ::
Different Formsspoof, spoofed, spoofing, spoofs
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