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Your must-see Valentine's Day movies

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Looking for Valentine's Day movie inspiration? We've done all the hard work for you! Make a night of it with our selection of the unmissable movies at Cineworld – plus the odd wild card...


The steamy drama...


Fifty Shades Freed

The relationship between Christian Grey (Jamie Dornan) and Ana (Dakota Johnson) comes to a head in this conclusion of E.L. James' blockbuster series. The newly married couple are now beset by all manner of new dramas – can they make it happily ever after?


The Oscar nominee...


The Shape of Water

Guillermo del Toro's beautiful new movie has amassed 13 Oscar nominations and a raft of positive critical responses. Buoyed by a sensitive, silent Sally Hawkins as mute janitor Elisa, who falls in love with an imprisoned aquatic creature (Doug Jones), it's an enchanting romance that emanates a love of classic cinema.


The blockbuster...


Black Panther

Marvel's latest has already broken advance ticket sales records in America and is poised to go through the roof. Serving as our official introduction to the kingdom of Wakanda, this is the movie that is set to bring greater representation and equality to the Marvel universe through its exciting black cast. Chadwick Boseman leads as the noble T'Challa.


The inspirational drama...


The Mercy

Colin Firth digs deep for his performance as sailor Donald Crowhurst in this moving true story. He plays the aspiring Devon adventurer whose ill-fated solo excursion around the world on his homemade catamaran leads to a shocking decision. Rachel Weisz co-stars as Crowhurst's wife Clare.


The wild card...


Phantom Thread

Fancy a romantic story that's a bit edgier and more unusual than the norm? Paul Thomas Anderson's latest should do the trick. This story of a repressed English dressmaker and his relationship with a waitress is the final movie to feature the extraordinary Daniel Day-Lewis, but more than holding her own opposite him is newcomer Vicky Krieps.


The homegrown hit...


Early Man

Claymation geniuses Aardman present us with another loveable underdog story, this time with a sports twist. Eddie Redmayne voices caveman Dug whose decision to save his tribe from the rampaging Bronze Age hordes rests on the most unlikely of things: the first-ever prehistoric football match.


The heartwarmer...


Coco

Animation of the CGI kind is on offer in Pixar's gorgeous new feature. Enveloping us in the rich musical and visual traditions of Mexico's Day of the Dead festival, this is also a sensitively observed story of family history and the bonds that hold us together. Bring some tissues – you'll need them.


The spine-tingler...


Winchester

Romance, action, drama and animation not your bag? Then how about a dose of horror? British acting royalty Helen Mirren makes a rare excursion into the genre in this story of real-life 19th-century American heiress Sarah Winchester, and the sprawling mansion she built to seemingly appease evil spirits.



What will you be watching this Valentine's Day? Let us know @Cineworld.