Now is the best possible time to be part of the Unlimited club – and why? Because we've got not one, not two, but three advance screenings coming up that you absolutely cannot miss.
We start on 22nd November with World War II thriller Allied, directed by Forrest Gump filmmaker Robert Zemeckis and starring Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard. This epic story of romance tested by global conflict features star power in abundance – check out the trailer.
With a script from Eastern Promises screenwriter and Locke director Steven Knight, plus plenty of sparks between the leads, this is a handsomely mounted period drama that's not to be missed.
Allied screens in advance on Tuesday 22nd November at 8.15pm at all Cineworld sites except for Aberdeen Queens Link, Basildon, Bromley, Chelsea, Glasgow Science Centre, Haymarket, Hemel Hempstead, Leicester Square, Poole, Swindon Regents Circus and Cheltenham Screening Rooms.
Then on 26th November, we've an altogether more family-friendly proposition in the form of Disney's sweeping new adventure Moana. Tearing up the princess rulebook by introducing us to the plucky Polynesian heroine, this uplifting tale also features the scene-stealing vocals of Dwayne Johnson as demi-god Maui. Take a look at the trailer.
With its winning lead vocal performance from Auli'i Cravalho, hilarious support from Fast & Furious star Johnson (who also sings!) and landscapes that burst with vitality and colour, this is a big screen treat not to be missed.
Moana screens on Saturday 26th November at 6.30pm at all Cineworld sites except for Aberdeen Queens Link, Basildon, Bromley, Chelsea, Glasgow Science Centre, Haymarket, Hemel Hempstead, Leicester Square, Poole, Swindon Regents Circus and Cheltenham Screening Rooms.
And on 29th November, our third Unlimited screening packs a real punch: gritty and inspiring, real-life boxing story Bleed for This. Miles Teller brings his Whiplash charisma to the role of boxer Vinny Paz, a highly successful pugilist who career is seemingly ended by a devastating car crash that causes untold damage to his spine. Defying all the odds and the opinion of his doctors, Paz nevertheless strives to regain his former glory and climb back into the ring. Watch the trailer.
With a memorable central performance from Teller, plus heavyweight support from Aaron Eckhart and Ciaran Hinds, this is inspirational cinema at its finest.