I want to say "I want to watch a movie with you"..
Can I say this?
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あなたと映画を見るつもりです。I plan to see a movie with you.
と is the right particle to use with あなた if you want to mean "with them", however, つもり tends to mean "I plan to" , and not "I want to".
I think this is better:
一緒に映画を見たいのです。I want to see a movie with you (together).
The の particle I put in for "explanation" towards the listener. You are trying to explain to them you want to see a movie with them, correct? The particle isn't necessary, it's just my preference.
Note: The sentence I've provided you might not be used if you are asking a good friend (it's kind of formal). In that case you could say:
一緒に映画を見たい！I want to see a movie with you!
Japanese does not usually say あなた when you are talking to another person.
一緒に映画を見たいです。I want to watch a movie together with you (politely).
But, if that person is your friends or family members, you can just use in 辞書形 by omitting です。