pertaining to a television with a very large, often flat, screen
You can buy a big-screen TV when I die.
Liesl Schillinger calls for the return of big-screen romance and wit to enliven the season.
Such standout performances have been rare: her big-screen blockbuster salvo, Batman Begins (2005), fizzled to nothing.
Last November, Crawford sold his van and his big-screen television.
Lynch landed her first big-screen role in the 1993 film The Fugitive, starring Indiana Jones himself, Harrison Ford.
Piranha 3D, the new horror movie by director Alexandre Aja, which marks the big-screen return of the schlocky creature feature.
He was amused by his big-screen notoriety after Frost/Nixon.
Hence, in 1931, the world was introduced to the big-screen versions of Dracula and Frankenstein.
Sean Penn has already won an Oscar for portraying Milk in a big-screen biography.
The couple would watch cable news on a big-screen TV in their lakeside Minnesota home and Schultz would critique the hosts.
Of all the big-screen fairy tales, Freeway's adaptation—a term to be used loosely—might be the most deranged.