A motion picture which isn't too short.
The term 'Feature Presentation' generally flashes up on the silver screen of the cinema after around ten minutes of adverts (occasionally less, occasionally more, invariably feels like more) to denote that the actual film you have come to see is imminent. Five more minutes of adverts and trailers then follow.
Traditionally, accompanied by a cheap, short film; the feature was known as the A movie, and the other one as a B Movie.
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