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situation⇒talking with a close friend [A]

[A]Are you free this sunday?

[me]
①Sorry. I'm gonna see a movie in a theater with my friend.

②Sorry. I'm gonna see a movie in a theater with a friend.

③Sorry. I'm gonna see a movie in a theater with a friend of mine.

In this case,
[my friend ][a friend ][a friend of mind ]
are there a difference in the feeling of [A]?

and then,
see a movie in a theater
watch a movie by Netflix
watch a movie at my house

Are all above phrases correct?

and then,which is natural, general usage?
If you have some other expressions, please let me know.

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