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I am in a big time confusion. I turn to your help once again.

Situation: We will be on a date in the city next Saturday. We need to decide which new movie we should go to. We are down to two choices, "Burn after Reading" and "Beverly Hills Chihuahua".

Question: Which of the sentences below is grammatically correct? Only one, or two or three or all four could be right or wrong. This is NOT a test. It is to clear up my own confusion:

a. Which of the two movies do you think is the more interesting to go to?

b. Which of the two movies do you think of the more interesting to go to?


c. Which do you think of the two movies the more interesting to go to?

d. Which movie do you think is the more interesting of the two to go to?


Points to be taken into consideration:
> the word "more" may be preceded by "the" as in "the more interesting of the two".
> please state rationale for your pick.

Thanks for your input in advance.

J
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Only a and d have the proper verb is. They are fine. The other two are not possible.
CJ
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Thanks, CJ.

What it boils down to, I guess, is whether you want to say:

e. Which do you think of the two better, BHC or BaR?

OR

f. Which do you think of the two IS better, BHC or BaR?


What you got?

J