Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Movies"

The meaning of "Movies" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Movies are as exciting as TV dramas.

Does it sound natural? mean?
A: It sounds natural! ^~^
Q: What does ”Top 10 Critically Acclaimed Movies that Bombed at the Box Office”

Does "Bombed at the Box Office" roughly mean people rushed to go to the movies?
mean?
A: @tetsuo2

Critically acclaimed is referring to critics, or people of the media, who watched the movie and wrote a detailed review and rates the movie, usually by stars (1-5, 5 stars is the highest rating).

When a movie receives more positive reviews from many critics than negative, then a movie is critically acclaimed.

Synonyms of "Movies" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Movies are the cheapest way of fun therefore they are so popular. and Movies are the cheapest way of fun accordingly they are so popular. ?
A: "movies are the cheapest way of fun therefore they are so popular" is close to natural BUT
"movies are the cheapest way of having fun and that's why they are so popular " would sound better.

your second example uses the word "accordingly " in an unnatural way.
Q: What is the difference between Movies and Cinema ?
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Translations of "Movies"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Movies sharpen my sensitivity.
I learn how to take a video and composition and tone of color.
A: First sentence is fine... but it's hard to tell what's going on with the second. What's the Japanese version?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Movies
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Other questions about "Movies"

Q: Movies give me how to spend the rest of my life.
After I watch them I think over what action to do. Does this sound natural?
A: × Movies give me how to spend the rest of my life.
Movies make me think on how I should spend the rest of my life.

× After I watch them I think over what action to do.
✓ After I watch them I think over what I should do.

If I understood what you were trying to say, this sentence would make more sense.
Q: Movies and television make people's think same. They come to believe opinions and values which television said.When they see beautiful or cool actors and actresses in television, they seek to good appearance.
Girs try to be thin to be like famous models in the movies .Boys bring funny joke which comedians said in TV to their classroom.
Opinions and Values are avaraged through movies and television.
Some people believe fake news and biased information completely without doubt.
We have to know various opinions and see things critically.We should accept individual's diversity. Does this sound natural?
A: Movies and television make people think the same.
They come to believe opinions and values shown on tv.
When they see beautiful or cool actors/actresses, they seek to gain that appearance.
“Girls” try to be.....
Boys say jokes in school that are said by comedians.
Opinions and values are learned/convinced through movies and television.
Some people completely believe .....without a doubt.
We have to hear opinions from different sources and see thing from another perspective.
We should accept diversity.
Q: Movies often reflect each era that they come out Does this sound natural?
A: Movies often reflect the era in which they come out

Movies often reflect the era that they come out in
Q: Watching Movies

I am attending at some English courses for a group at the library.
We don't have a specific curriculum.
Our instructor is not a professional teacher. He is just a native speaker invited from the US.
The other day among other options he suggested watching movies.
I would like to tell him my opinion by sending an email.
Please, could you check this and let me know if it is grammatically correct?
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In order to get the most out of our classes I have a suggestion regarding the program.

Since the library has already included in the schedule the movie club and watching movies I would like to see for our course spending our time on other structured activities like developing practical skills.
An example can be one of our recent classes when we were learning Business English vocabulary and were discussing how to write an email.
The topics can be various. I am just referring to the structure of a lesson which can be most effective.
Whereas watching a movie during our classes has several disadvantages.
We will miss out the opportunity to learn some specific vocabulary which we need most and which is valuable to us to make progress.
A: Very good. The only thing I would correct is the last sentence. I would say "We will miss out on the opportunity to..." or simply just "We will miss the opportunity to.." I hope this helps. Good luck!
Q: Movies I watched 'on' this horrible holidays. Does this sound natural?
A: Movies I watched during this horrible holiday/these horrible holidays.

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