The Day Shall Come: discover the Cineworld Unlimited reactions

Chris Morris satire The Day Shall Come was last night's Cineworld Unlimited screening, and the responses are in.

The genius behind The Day Today, Brass Eye, Jam and jihadi black comedy Four Lions returns with another provocative offering. Screen newcomer Marchant Davis excels as Miami preacher Moses, who is duped by the FBI under the belief they will save his family from eviction.

In reality, America's homeland security forces are keen to generate results in a post-9/11 world, and have discovered it's easier to manufacture a terrorist than it is to capture a real one...

So what did Unlimited members make of it? Corey Bulloch says the movie is hilarious, but also offers a sobering and important message for our age.

Grumpy Kev says Morris hasn't lost his touch in the nine years since Four Lions shocked the world.

Will Driver reserves praise for Anna Kendrick who plays manipulative FBI agent Kendra.

Kirsten Dixon compliments the film's humour while also praising its fact-based screenplay – yes, astonishingly, The Day Shall Come is based on numerous real-life accounts.

Melly says Marchant Davis is superb in the central role of Moses.

William, however, says the movie (ironically) has a problem with plausibility.

And Jared confesses to feeling disappointed by the film.

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