These phrases look like the same.
Are they same meaning?
Can I use the one instead of other two phrases?
I'm into Japanese movies.
I'm obsessed with Japanese movies.
I'm passionate about Japanese movies.
Are they same thing? Do they make sense?
And are they actually used in an everyday conversation?
I'd greatly appreciate it if somebody give me explanations about these three phrases and correct my sentences.
Thanks in advance.
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I learned these three phases "be obsessed with", "be into" and "be passionate about" but I learned them from different materials. These phrases look like the same. Are they same meaning? Can I use the one instead of other two phrases? For examples; I'm into Japanese movies. I'm obs