That's a lot of dough, the sort of transaction that would keep Krennic, Darth Vader and the rest of the Empire happy, but we want to know what you Cineworlders thought of the movie. So we took to Twitter in order to round up some of your responses. Here's Darin who was keeping a beady eye throughout for certain special cameos.
@cineworld well, apart from the pre-title scenes it's great! A few well placed cameos & Easter eggs. Will probably see a few more times— Darin (Zol.) (@DC_Zol) December 16, 2016
Stephen says it does justice to the legacy of the original trilogy, to which Rogue One connects. (We don't really have to spell that out again, do we?)
@cineworld Went to the 1050 showing and it was amazing! Maybe the best Star wars film since the originals!— Stephen J Dix (@Kop1986Dix) December 15, 2016
Ken is another viewer who says the movie fits neatly within the saga timeline.
@cineworld Really loved it, I liked how easy it fits in with the timeline and in a way doesn't feel like a spin-off.— Ken Major (@KenMajor83) December 16, 2016
Like the movie's rebel character Chirrut Imwe, some people are seriously feeling the Force, including Jon for whom one viewing simply isn't enough.
@cineworld 2 and 3rd time on tues!— Jon (@LogoBoy_) December 19, 2016
Now that's commitment. Here's what Marta said.
We'll end with this rather enthusiastic response from Lee.
Thanks to everyone who has sent in their Rogue One responses so far. For everybody else out there in the galaxy, tweet us @Cineworld and using #CineworldUnlimited to tell us what you thought of the movie. And may the Force be with you.