Films in the u.s are shown in ''Movie theaters'', but most commonly they will say I'm going to ''the movies'' or ''to see a flick''
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There are 2 terms: Film & Movie.
Film (old saying)
Movie (modernised saying)
American isn't a language, you're thinking English... it's film.
Film terminology is a set of terms or words that refer to specific aspects of film and cinema. This includes terms such as movies, film reviews and director.
There are many film courses that one can take at local universities. Example courses include Cinema Survey, Introduction to Film, and Early Film in America.
The place where a film or television show is shot is called a set.
The Lord of the Rings trilogy
No, a preview is letting you see what it is about.
Movie buffs see "films" at theaters, art houses, or cinemas. Most Americans "go to the movies" to see "a movie."
Cinema Mundi International Film Festival was created in 2010.
The British expression Cinema means Movie Theatre. As an abstract noun, it also means 'film' or 'the film industry', as in 'French cinema'.
a film you watch on a much smaller screen and a cinema screen is much bigger , louder and better¬!
It just might be 'day-dreaming', so… let's go see a dream!
Vesoul International Film Festival of Asian Cinema was created in 1995.
The cast of On Cinema Film Guide - 2013 includes: Tim Heidecker Gregg Turkington
A film or movie.The film or movie industry.Films or movies considered as a group.I was in the mood for popcorn and a nice movie, so Alice and I went to the cinema.