I felt "そのえいが" would more precisely be "That movie" rather than "The movie."
Was "that movie" accepted? I only got the putting words in order thing and guessed it was asking for "the" instead.
"That movie" was accepted 07.07.2017
"That movie" was denied 01.29.2018
What's going on?
Why not film? Why only movie is right word for 映画？！
Film is ok, don't worry.
Why is the past tense here in the adjective when last time it was in the copula?
The negated (formal) past tense of an い-adjective uses the ありませんでした form; the regular (non-negated) past tense uses the かったです form.
Should be くありませんでした. (not sure how to edit contents in the android app)
It's just a difference in formality. Even then, I would rather say 怖くなかったです
Surely 'The Movie' just necessitates 'eiga' and not 'sono eiga'?
その would normally indicate an object nearer to the listener than the speaker, so I'm not sure how its use here works.
"That movie" was rejected on 5/10/19. Please fix this. That and The should both work in this context
Ahh, I am joining a club here. Yes, I also stumbled on その which would need to be "that" and not "the". Cheers from a stumbler in Berlin.