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What did Unlimited audiences make of rom com The Big Sick?

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Last night saw our advance Unlimited screening of 2017's buzziest rom-com The Big Sick. Kumail Nanjiani and Zoe Kazan star in this funny, truthful and poignant story about the relationship between a Pakistani man and a white American woman that is beset by social anxiety. So what did Unlimited audiences make of it?

Shayne gets the ball rolling by saying the movie exceeded his expectations - and he's not the only one.

In fact, Scott goes even further and agrees with critics that it's one of the year's best movies.

Natalie says it's packed with all the laughs and tears needed for the perfect big screen experience.

Anita praises the quality of the writing, based on Nanjiani's own experiences with screenwriter wife Emily V. Gordon.

And finally Daniel Green encourages people to seek the movie out as a refreshing alternative to special effects-laden blockbusters

Thanks everyone for your responses. We want to hear from other people who were lucky enough to attend last night's screening - drop us a tweet @Cineworld and using #CineworldUnlimited.

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