Re: HOPE Usage.
I would say "I hope he gets well soon."
If the person has already seen the movie (maybe you recommended it): I hope you enjoyed it.
If the person has not yet seent it: I hope you enjoy it.
The whole "hopefully" thing is another issue. Its traditional usage is something like "I waited hopefully by the phone" -- it descrbes how you waited.
It has become quite common to now use it to modify an entire sentence with the meaning of "It is to be hoped that..." -- Hopefully, he will come soon. Hopefully, it will all work out for the best. Some people do consider this incorrect (I'm sure the same people who think "It was really fun" is horrific English think so), but they are fighting a lost cause. It is accepted by all but the most traditional English speakers these days.
I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.