Last night saw our Unlimited screening of A Star is Born, starring Bradley Cooper (who also directs) as a musician who helps a young singer and actress (played by none other than Lady Gaga) find fame, even as age and alcoholism send his own career into a downward spiral.
It seems this emotional musical drama is hitting all the right notes with film critics right now, but was it music to your ears (and, er, eyes) too?
In the case of Chelle Walmsley, it appears the film was something of an emotional rollercoaster (in the best possible way):
@ladygaga Just saw A Star is Born. It was brilliant. I laughed and cried. Thanks @cineworld for making this an unlimited screening.
— Chelle Walmsley (@RockPrincess26) September 27, 2018
It seems Mandypops1968 was similarly shaken and stirred by the experience:
@cineworld just seen unlimited screening of A Star is Born, what an amazing film Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper what a rollercoaster ❤️— Mandypops1968 (@mandypops1968) September 27, 2018
Hannah was so taken, she made an early call on the Oscars, although not for Lady Gaga (as others have suggested):
‘A Star is Born’ was everything I wanted it to be and more. Give Bradley Cooper all the Oscars. Thanks @cineworld for the Unlimited Screening, can’t wait for general release to watch it again!— Hannah (@Hannah_B91) September 27, 2018
Were you at last night's screening? If so, tweet us your responses @Cineworld and using #CineworldUnlimited. And for those who did attend, be sure to watch A Star is Born again when it's released in Cineworld on 3 October.