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Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri: Unlimited members cast their verdict

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Last night saw our first Unlimited screening of 2018: critically adored black comedy drama Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.

Written and directed by In Bruges filmmaker Martin McDonagh the movie is a shocking, funny, troubling and moving account of the fine line between justice and vengeance. Frances McDormand stars as bereaved mother Mildred Hayes who, in her quest to track down her daughter's killer, resorts to antagonising the local police force in order to attain results.

Woody Harrelson, Sam Rockwell, Peter Dinklage, Caleb Landry Jones and John Hawkes round out the cast of a movie that's already been acclaimed as one of the best of 2017 by many critics. However, we wanted to know what you Unlimited members made of it. We'll kick off with Cheltenham Cinematic who lavish the movie with five stars.

Meanwhile Alan praises the efforts of the ensemble cast, all of whom add up to a memorable portrait of rural American life.

As far as Jennifer is concerned McDonagh's movie has already set a formidably high bar for the rest of 2018's movies.

Carrot Relish raves about McDormand's powerful performance, calling it a career best.

Tim goes one further, and is tipping the actress for potential Oscar consideration.

Jamie says that in McDonagh's usual style, the movie does a terrific job juggling disparate tones and continually taking us by surprise.

And finally, Gordon says the movie kicks off what is poised to be another fantastic year of Unlimited screenings.

Thanks everyone for your feedback. For anyone else who was at last night's screening, drop us a tweet @Cineworld and using #CineworldUnlimited, and don't forget to see Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri again when it's released on 12th January.



And your Unlimited screenings don't stop there. Coming up on 9th January is Downsizing, the latest witty satire from Sideways and The Descendants director Alexander Payne, starring Matt Damon in a story where miniaturising is the new norm.



Then on 15th January, Liam Neeson leaps back into action in The Commuter. This rail-based thriller reunites him with Unknown and Non-Stop director Jaume Collet-Serra, as his character Michael is drawn into dangerous and gripping mind games aboard an imperilled commuter train.



Not yet part of the Unlimited club? Feel like you're missing out on the party? That's because you are. A whole new world of advance screenings, discounts and more is just one tap away - click here to sign up today.