A Journal for Jordan: discover the responses from our Cineworld Unlimited screening

Denzel Washington directs Michael B. Jordan in the moving, fact-based drama A Journal for Jordan. The film focuses on a soldier serving in Iraq, Charles Monroe King (Jordan), who pens a journal for his infant son. King's story revisits his initial meet-cute with his son's mother, journalist Dana Canedy (Chanté Adams), which subsequently bloomed into romance and parenthood. The movie is, itself, inspired by the Pulitzer Prize-winning Canedy's bestselling memoir, which explores love beset by tragedy.



The movie screened in advance for Cineworld Unlimited members, so how did its blend of Oscar-winning prestige, charismatic star-power and swooning romance go down with audiences. Here's a selection of the responses.














Missed the Unlimited screening? Good news: A Journal for Jordan hits Cineworld screens nationwide on 21st January. Has this made you want to sign up to Cineworld Unlimited? Click here to find out more about the benefits including a free tastecard. And don't forget that our next Unlimited screening is Pedro Almodovar's sumptuous Parallel Mothers on 19th January.