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all three sentences are grammatically correct. the first one may be a little colloquial but it is definitely something i would use in a daily conversation. The real problem is: They are ambiguous. it is impossible to tell if it happened in the past, present, or future. ttt555 gives one possible, but not the only interpretation for each sentence. my ...
I would like to say something. These 3 sentences represented a trait in Chinese, that is there is no very explicit tense in the verb of this language. So actually, they can be correctly understood as the exactly same meaning - I will watch TV after eating dinner. Unless they provide more information like time or other adverb to tell you if it happened or ...
None of these sentences are spoken in a native way. Let me correct them for you: 我（昨晚）吃完了饭然后看了电影。 （Used to describe what I did last night, for example.) 我吃完饭以后会看电影。（Describe What I'll do after I have dinner.) 我吃了饭以后会看电影。 （Basically have the same meaning as 2)
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