How to say i'd rather go take a walk than go see that movie. in Japanese

1)そのその(sono) (n,n-suf) that/garden/orchard/park/plantation/place/location映画映画(eiga) (n,adj-no) movie/filmを(wo) (prt) indicates direct object of action/indicates subject of causative expression/indicates an area traversed/indicates time over which action takes place/indicates point of departure or separation of action/indicates object of desire, like, hate,見に行く見に行く(miniiku) (exp,v5k-s) to go to see/to visitよりもよりも(yorimo) (exp) than散歩散歩(sanpo) (n,vs) walk/strollに(ni) (prt) indicates such things as location of person or thing, location of short-term action, etc.行く行く(iku) (v5k-s,vi) to go/to proceed/to take place/to continue/ to have an orgasm/to come/to cum/ to trip/to get high/to have a drug-induced hallucinationほうがいいほうがいい(hougaii) (exp,adj-i) had better/had better not。(。) Japanese period "."    
sono eiga wo miniiku yorimo sanpo ni iku hougaii 。
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