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A: Any plans?
B: Should we go to a movie at Y mall?
A: That sounds like a good idea but when I think of the crowd it scares me out.
It is a new mall and the people here love to go to the movies. So, most likely it is going to be crowded. On second thought, I think it is better if we do something else.
B: Yes, I agree. Let's go to a bar then.

Does this conversation sound natural to you? Are there any mistakes in terms of grammar or choice of words that would make it uneasy to listen to by native speakers?

Note: A and B are not locals.
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New2grammarA: Any plans?
B: Should we go to a movie at Y mall?
A: That sounds like a good idea but when I think of the crowds that will be there, it scares me out. scares me OR freaks me out
It is a new mall and the people here love to go to the movies. So most likely it is going to be crowded. On second thoughts I think it is better if we do something else.
B: Yes, I agree. Let's go to a bar then.

Does this conversation sound natural to you? Are there any mistakes in terms of grammar or choice of words that would make it uneasy to listen to by native speakers?

Note: A and B are not locals.

It's a bit stilted but grammatically ok other than indicated changes.
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http://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/on+second+thought

I believe the singular 'on second thought' is correct too. Please refer to the link above.

http://www.answers.com/topic/crowd

Also, 'crowd' already refers to more than one person. Why did you choose 'crowds'?

Please clarify. Thanks!
In colloquial speech, you can use either "a crowd" or "crowds"; I elected "crowds" - more descriptive of the way in which people behave in malls. A/the crowd is really a single entity made of of numerous individuals.

"On second thought " is usable, but in the context of your dialogue I would personally have said "on second thoughts".
Thanks Feebs11. I think I understand why you chose 'crowds'. Usually there are multiple crowds with different interests in malls. But I still don't understand how to use 'thoughts' vs 'thought'.
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