Cineworld Unlimited screenings: recapping 2019's greatest previews

It's been a fantastic year for film fans, and Cineworld Unlimited audiences in particular. Throughout the last 12 months, we've been delighted to bring you exciting previews of the biggest movies – and rest assured, 2020 isn't set to slow down.

Before we get there, however, we're revisiting several of this year's greatest Unlimited screenings, with selected reactions from viewers. Will your favourite movie get in our list? Scroll down to find out.

1. Can You Ever Forgive Me?

Melissa McCarthy and Richard E. Grant made for a winning, Oscar-nominated pairing in Marielle Heller's remarkable account of a real-life literary deception.

2. If Beale Street Could Talk

Barry Jenkins followed up his Oscar-winning Moonlight with this sumptuous romantic drama, focusing on two young lovers threatened by the spectre of jail time.

3. Wild Rose

Beast and Chernobyl actor Jessie Buckley stuns and does her own singing as a mother, newly released from prison, who sets her sights on becoming a country music star.

4. Shazam!

Zachary Levi charms as the eponymous DC superhero in a rip-roaring adventure that couples the verve of Superman with the body swap comedy of Big.

5. Eighth Grade

Newcomer Elsie Fisher is heart-wrenchingly relatable in this authentic and moving look at adolescence, from debut director Bo Burhnam.

6. Beats

Screen newcomers Cristian Ortega and Lorn McDonald are terrific in this nostalgic, black and white ode to the heyday of Scottish rave culture.

7. Booksmart

Olivia Wilde made her confident, funny and poignant feature film debut with this story of two bookworms who go hog wild on their final night of high school.

8. Long Shot

Charlize Theron and Seth Rogen are an unlikely but wonderful pairing in a rom-com exploring the relationship between a government high flier and a schlubby journalist.

9. Rocketman

Taron Egerton stuns as the great Elton John in this sweeping musical that explores the highs and lows of the pop supremo's storied life.

10. Yesterday

Danny Boyle teamed with Richard Curtis for this feel-good comedy about the only guy on Earth who can remember the music of The Beatles.

11. Pain and Glory

Pedro Almodovar made a triumphant turn with this affecting study of ageing and regret, eliciting a career-best performance from Antonio Banderas in the process.

12. The Farewell

Writer-director Lulu Wang adapts her own story of family tragedy in this moving story of an east-west culture clash, starring an excellent Awkwafina.

13. Judy

Renee Zellweger may be in line for another Oscar with her all-singing, all-dancing portrayal of troubled Hollywood icon Judy Garland.

14. The Aeronauts

Our first-ever IMAX Unlimited screening was this, a sweeping balloon adventure that reunites The Theory of Everything stars Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones.

15. Knives Out

The whodunit process has rarely been as fun as it is in Rian Johnson's acclaimed mystery. Daniel Craig leads a terrific cast of detectives and suspects.

16. Jumanji: The Next Level

Dwayne Johnson, Jack Black, Karen Gillan and Kevin Hart re-enter the world of Jumanji for another entertaining blend of body swap comedy and video game madness.

17. Secret Screening 13 – Queen & Slim

Daniel Kaluuya asserts his star status and Jodie Turner-Smith makes her arresting movie debut in this stylish and hard-hitting update of the classic Bonnie and Clyde outlaw odyssey.

18. A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

Tom Hanks is on charming form as revered American TV host Fred Rogers in this moving drama, which explores the legacy of beloved show Mister Rogers' Neighborhood.

19. Jojo Rabbit

Thor: Ragnarok filmmaker Taika Waititi directs and stars in this off-the-wall spin on the legacy of Nazi tyranny, as a lonely young boy imagines Adolf Hitler as his best friend.

20. Little Women

Greta Gerwig brings earthy vitality and warm humour to this all-star adaptation of Louisa May Alcott's classic 1868 novel.

What were your favourite Unlimited screenings of 2019? Let us know @Cineworld and using #CineworldUnlimited. And don't forget to tell us about the 2020 movie releases you want to see in advance.

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