It stormed last night's Golden Globe awards and joyous musical La La Land also worked its magic on Unlimited audiences at last night's advance screening. We've rounded up just a few of the rapturous responses on Twitter, beginning with this from Lee.
That pretty much sets the tone for many of the ensuing reactions. Here's what Katie thought.
The brilliantly named We Have a Hulk follows suit.
And Jamie is another breaking out the superlatives.
Alex agrees, and says the movie sets a formidable benchmark for the rest of the year.
@cineworld all kinds of emotions are still running rampant throughout my head. If I see a better film from 2017, I'll be very surprised.— Alex Gidley (@Alextr0magnetic) January 8, 2017
And Adam is another who was swept away in the movie's crescendo of emotion.
@cineworld Absolutely loved it, full of nods to the golden years of Hollywood. Main theme going to be stuck in my head for days!— Adam Mitchell (@bathwaterblues) January 8, 2017
Of course, the movie didn't work for everyone. David says the movie, although great, didn't quite sustain his interest enough.
@cineworld it was very good but seems like they stopped it from being amazing in the middle. Will be going again though— David (@viewfromrowxyz) January 8, 2017
And Ben is another viewer who admits to being underwhelmed.
@cineworld I was expecting more, in all fairness.— Ben Hodder (@HoddzDJ) January 8, 2017
Thanks for your responses everyone, we're delighted you attended. If there's anyone else out there who can't wait to share their reactions, tap dance over to Twitter @Cineworld and use #CineworldUnlimited.
Don't forget that another Golden Globe winner takes centre stage in tonight's Unlimited screening of Manchester by the Sea, a gripping drama with a powerful central performance from Casey Affleck. We look forward to seeing you there and hearing your responses.