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    Seeing a movie at home

    Dear all,

    Do you say "see a movie" when you see one at home on DVD?

    e.g.

    #1 "Honey, it's going to rain. Why don't we go back home and see a movie?

    #2 I saw Back to the Future III on DVD at Meg's apartment.

    Or is watch the better verb to refer to vewing movies at home?

    Thank you!

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    Re: Seeing a movie at home

    Yes, watch is better in this context.

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