Can you confirm which sentences are correct ?

Hi ,

Can we go for a massage today ?
Can we go for a movie today ?
Can we go for Newyork today?

Can you tell me which one is fully/partly correct and why? above or below sentences ?

Can we go to massage today ?
Can we go to movie today ?
Can we go to Newyork today?

Regards,
William

Can we go for a massage today?
Can we go for a movie today?
Can we go to New York today?
Can we go to have a massage today?
Can we go to the cinema today?

(Place the question mark near the closing word without any space)

Hi Anglophile,

Thanks for correcting me and information.

May i know why ‘for’ should not come here ?

Can you please explain ?

Regards,
William

Can we go to (see) a movie today? (Not ‘for a movie’).

‘Can we go for a movie?’ is very common here though it is not strictly grammatical. What is meant by it is certainly this: ‘Can we go for (watching) a movie?’ and it is similar to ‘Let’s go for a cup of tea’ wherein ‘drinking’ is the purpose.
(This might be the justification for the popular acceptance of the usage)

Thank you

I would not say ‘can we go for a movie?’ any more than I would expect someone to say ‘Can I go for a toilet?’ or ‘Can we go for a shop?’

Yes, you wouldn’t say so.