Not sure what the sentence means. Is the movie being slowed down to a "slow motion"? Or, is the schedule of the movie being delayed?
I agree, no one talks like this bro.
It's lil bit hard to figured out diperlambat as slow motion or slowed down. It depends on the context what we talking about. If in real conversation
Im indonesian and still cannot pass this test
Also people often talk of a "film" so it need not be translated to movie.
Film was rejected, but in England, we say film, not movie so it should have been accepted
Yeah totally agree
How is 'the movie has been slowed' wrong? slowed down is just a clearer explanation but slowed also has the same meaning
In addition, it is technically more grammatically correct to avoid ending a sentence in a preposition. So I think this should be allowed.
It means what is says lol.