Last night saw us pass a very special milestone, as we celebrated our 100th Unlimited screening with a preview of Free Fire.
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Our very own Jake Gibbard couldn’t get enough of it.
@cineworld Thought it was fantastic! Great performances with a great cast, lots of laughs, and some surprisingly gory fights. Loved it.— Jake Gibbard (@MoviegoerManiac) March 15, 2017
Glad you enjoyed it, Jake! Jon Steele-Mills says Sharlto Copley’s South African gun-runner steals the show.
Lynda says the movie was not was she was expecting – but in a very good way.
Dave Billingsley says the movie continues Wheatley’s tremendous run of form.
@cineworld Saw High Rise last year, and this is as good, if not better. Who knew an 80-odd minute gunfight could be funny & entertaining?— Dave Billingsley (@dab051176) March 15, 2017
Rainbow Johnson is another who admits to being taken aback by the film’s dark
@cineworld loved it. Wasn't expecting it to be so funny but it was hilarious.— Rainbow Johnson (@NinjaNeezy) March 15, 2017
And Sir Daniel Mumford takes it one step further.
Needless to say, the movie didn’t work for everyone. Pete says that for him, the story didn’t quite come up to scratch.
@cineworld it was average to be honest..some Funny moments and good acting, but it needed a better story and a bit more substance imo— Pete Kinder (@pete_k9) March 15, 2017
And Joe Bicknell confesses to not being a fan.
@cineworld Terrible. No characters, no emotional investment in who lives or dies and not as funny as some people make it out to be— Joe Bicknell (@JoeBicknell_) March 15, 2017
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