Join our next Unlimited screening and take part in celebrating a Cineworld record

We're about to cross an all-important milestone for Cineworld Unlimited screenings. Our next preview, Cat Person, will become the 41st Unlimited screening of the year, surpassing the previous record of 40 films in 2019.

Attend the screening so you can take part in celebrating this all-important moment in Unlimited history. Before we introduce Cat Person, here's a flavour of some of the Unlimited movies from this year.

It's not just about being an Unlimited member. It's about being on an exciting journey that allows one to revel in all kinds of emotive big-screen experiences ranging from Oscar-feted dramas to all-action blockbusters. Here's how the journey has shaped up so far.


1. The Whale

Brendan Fraser won his first Oscar for his role as Charlie in Darren Aronofsky's piercing drama. The movie generated much positive discussion among Unlimited members.

2. Rye Lane

This utterly winning British comedy focuses on two South London strangers making a connection on one important day, and Unlimited members were feeling the vibes.

3. Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret

Judy Blume's landmark pre-teen novel is treated to a sensitive and note-perfect adaptation with a strong cast. Little wonder Unlimited members were highly impressed.


4. Past Lives

Celine Song's stunning drama of reconciliation and loss is being courted for Oscar success. Unlimited audiences lauded its compassion and wisdom.

5. Dumb Money

The Unlimited crowd was compelled by this witty, pacy and jaw-dropping dramatisation of the 2021 GameStop short squeeze.


What is the story behind Cat Person?

Expect a topical and chilling exposé on the perils of communication in the digital age, fronted by a talented young cast. 

When Margot (Locke and Key's Emilia Jones), a college sophomore goes on a date with the older Robert (Succession's Nicholas Braun), she finds that IRL Robert doesn’t live up to the Robert she has been flirting with over texts.

This one is bound to get the Unlimited crowd talking. It comes from the writer of the acclaimed Booksmart, Susanne Fogel, so one can expect plenty of dark comedy interlaced with shocking moments as well as a talented supporting ensemble including Geraldine Viswanathan (Blockers), Michael Gandolfini (Beau is Afraid) and Hope Davis (About Schmidt).

Click the link to book your tickets for Cat Person, our 41st Unlimited screening of the year. It screens on October 27th.



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