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i personally use "watch movies" but most of the people use "see movie" or "have you seen the movie" but i think it sounds inproper so which one is correct?
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to see a movie is to accomplish a task
to watch a movie is to participate in an activity.

So it depends on which of these you want to express.

CJ
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CalifJimto see a movie is to accomplish a task
to watch a movie is to participate in an activity.

So it depends on which of these you want to express.

CJ

This is correct, of course. But I make the same distinction that Eviltony does, with the generic question, "Have you seen such and such a film?"
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If I go to the cinema to view the film, I go to see the movie. If I rent a DVD and view it at home, I watch the movie.

I associate 'go' with 'see' in this case. I don't know if others will agree with my style in this.
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Yes. I make that distinction, too. But I see it as the result of conceptualizing it as the difference between an accomplishment and an activity. Maybe I'm in fantasy-land, but I thought I noticed that sort of contrast throughout all the examples of see and watch (or hear and listen to) that I've heard from others or used myself.

CJ