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    Movies

    I'm talking about a movie and I'm referring to a scene, do I use:

    1. Have you seen the part where he gets killed?
    2. Have you seen the part where he got killed?
    What does it mean when it is present tense and past tense?

    Thanks.

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    Re: Movies

    I think you could use either, though I'd go for the present- we often use the present to talk about films and books.

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