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    Default "There is a good film on/at the cinema."

    This is my question, do I have to use on or at.
    Thanks in advance.

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    Default Re: "There is a good film on/at the cinema."

    Hi,

    a good film ON cinema would mean that this film is ABOUT cinema, about its history for example, like 'literature on cinema'. This is what I know for sure.

    As for 'at' I can`t help, and could it be 'in'?
    People, help, please.

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    Default Re: "There is a good film on/at the cinema."

    Quote Originally Posted by Szymon
    Hi,
    a good film ON cinema would mean that this film is ABOUT cinema, about its history for example, like 'literature on cinema'. This is what I know for sure.
    As for 'at' I can`t help, and could it be 'in'?
    People, help, please.
    I think 'in' and 'at' are possibly used with 'the cinema'. Any comments?

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