Rounding up all 6 of your must-see Unlimited screenings this January

Is this the best month we've ever had for Unlimited screenings? We've got six (count them) advance previews for Cineworld Unlimited members this January, and to help you keep track we've rounded all of them up in one handy list.

First up, Golden Globe winner and BAFTA nominee Christian Bale gives an eerily accurate portrayal of former US vice president Dick Cheney in Vice, the latest film from The Big Short director Adam McKay, which screens on 16th January.

This is an irreverent and satirical portrayal of Cheney's rise to power, co-starring Steve Carell as Donald Rumsfeld, Amy Adams as Lynne Cheney and Sam Rockwell as President George W. Bush (the last two of whom are also BAFTA and Golden Globe nominees).

Click here to book your tickets for Vice, screening in advance on Thursday 16th January.

We then hail the comeback of writer-director M. Night Shyamalan in moody thriller Glass, the sequel to the director's films Unbreakable and Split. 

Unbreakable opponents David Dunn (Bruce Willis) and Elijah Price/Mr. Glass (Samuel L. Jackson) now find themselves incarcerated in an psychiatric facility for those who believe they're superheroes. When they cross paths with fellow inmate and split personality psychopath Kevin (James McAvoy), the entire world is threatened, as the scheming Glass engineers a deadly hero vs villain stand-off.

Click here to book your tickets for Glass, screening in advance on Friday 17th January.

Then we have a preview screening of Can You Ever Forgive Me? on Sunday 20th January, based on the remarkable true story of fraudulent biographer Lee Israel.

Melissa McCarthy stars as Israel alongside Richard E. Grant, and both actors are now recipients of BAFTA nominations. Directed by Diary of a Teenage Girl filmmaker Marielle Heller, and scripted by Enough Said's Nicole Holofcener (another BAFTA nominee), this is a compelling mixture of the tough and the tender with memorable performances from its leads.

Click here to book your tickets for Can You Ever Forgive Me?, screening in advance for Unlimited members on Sunday 20th January.

Following that, Mark Wahlberg and Rose Byrne experience the highs and lows of adoption in heartwarming comedy-drama Instant Family.

Based on the experiences of co-writer/director Sean Anders (with whom Wahlberg collaborated on the Daddy's Home movies), this promises laughs and tears in equal measure.

Click here to book your tickets for Instant Family, screening in advance on Wednesday 23rd January.

Then we have the chills of psychological horror Escape Room, from the director of Insidious: The Last Key, Tim Robitel. The movie screens in advance for Cineworld Unlimited members on 25th January.

When a group of strangers find themselves locked inside a seemingly impregnable room, they must crack a series of fiendish clues in order to escape. But this room is deadly and loaded with killer traps...

Click here to book your tickets for Escape Room, screening in advance on Friday 25th January.

And finally we have If Beale Street Could Talk, which screens in advance for Cineworld Unlimited members on 28th January.

This eagerly anticipated drama is adapted from James Baldwin's celebrated 1974 novel by Moonlight director Barry Jenkins. Rising stars Stephan James and KiKi Lane play young Harlem couple Fonny and Tish, both of whom are about to welcome their first child into the world when Fonny is falsely imprisoned on a rape charge. 

Click here to book your tickets for If Beale Street Could Talk, screening in advance on Monday 28th January.

Are you planning to watch all six Unlimited screenings this January? Then let us know @Cineworld and using #CineworldUnlimited.

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