Every day throughout June, we're sharing a fun scenario as part of our Cineworld 30 Day Film Challenge. While we're closed, we want to know what it is about going to the cinema that you love so much.
Today's theme: movies that you couldn't stop thinking about. Scroll down to discover some of the responses, and share your own on social media.
Sat through Joker and thought it was all a bit too dark and morbid, but then couldn’t stop thinking about it for weeks afterwards. It was full of great performances and I hope The Batman follows suit. pic.twitter.com/gZJQfkwxaL— Ollie Ellis-Sargeant (@SargeantEllis) June 18, 2020
Interstellar, I couldn’t stop thinking about the fourth dimension and black holes! pic.twitter.com/C2bVoNGWb5— Kyle Blackman (@KyleBlackman6) June 18, 2020
Has to be Dark Waters, had me and my friend talking about it for days after seeing it. #30DayFilmChallenge— Karen Woodham (@KarenNWoodham) June 18, 2020
Scarred me for quite some time...😟 pic.twitter.com/WEhOvR4eTc— Matthew Ford (@fatcakz) June 18, 2020
Just Mercy. The whole film... it just blew my mind that it was based on a true story. And then those statistics at the end. Wow. pic.twitter.com/61YqNhYIFu— Kerri (@Kerri_may) June 18, 2020
Day 18: A film you couldn’t stop thinking about - ‘Parasite’. I kept seeing reviews from people giving it 5 stars and I had no idea why until I saw it and I finally understood why. I spent days after watching it reading more reviews & interviews with the director, Bong Joon-ho. pic.twitter.com/uwOlGh8off— Katie (@katieisafilmfan) June 18, 2020