A Man Called Otto: Unlimited members cast their verdict on the new Tom Hanks movie

Tom Hanks with a bad temper? Say it isn't so. That's the delicious premise of the bittersweet new comedy-drama A Man Called Otto, in which Oscar-winner Hanks plays a grieving, grumpy busybody with a concealed heart of gold.

Hanks' character Otto can't face going on after the death of his wife. However, he gets a fresh perspective on life when new neighbours arrive on the block and steadily begin to coax him out of his shell. That said, it's initially a big ask to get the miserable Otto to crack a smile, let alone go the extra mile for somebody else.

Hanks' invincible screen charisma powers this remake of the 2015 Swedish movie A Man Called Ove. This week, we treated Cineworld Unlimited members to an advance screening of A Man Called Otto and we've gathered a few of their reactions below. Is it another winner for the actor officially dubbed the nicest guy in the movies? Scroll down and check out the responses.


We think that's a winner, don't you? If you missed last night's screening of A Man Called Otto, the good news is it's now on release at Cineworld. Click here to book your tickets and watch the trailer below.


Don't forget about our exciting Reward Season for Unlimited Members whereby you get to see movies in advance and enjoy special rewards as well. You can find out more in the following video.



Your next Unlimited screening is the all-action Gerard Butler thriller Plane on January 17. The Olympus Has Fallen star plays a brave airline pilot who ditches his jumbo jet on a remote island, only to find that he and his passengers are at the mercy of a dangerous rebel militia. Check out the trailer below and we look forward to seeing you there.