Rounding up the best Cineworld Unlimited screening reactions from 2022

Michelle Yeoh in Everything Everywhere All At Once

As the new year beckons, we're looking back at the highlights from 2022. It was a truly amazing year for Cineworld Unlimited members with a host of diverse preview screenings, ranging from multiversal madness to hilarious romcoms.

We've curated some of our favourite reactions from some of the year's biggest Unlimited screenings. Scroll down to find out what they are.


1. Belfast Secret Unlimited Screening

Kenneth Branagh's Oscar-winning ode to his Northern Irish upbringing proved to be a stirring hit with Cineworlders. 

Avantika confessed to being stunned by newcomer Jude Hill's performance.

2. Parallel Mothers

Celebrated Spanish director Pedro Almodovar intertwines the personal and the political across two timelines in this visually rapturous melodrama.

Longtime Almodovar fan Paul Shotton confessed to being dazzled by the film.

3. The Phantom of the Open

Mark Rylance is on rousing form as 'the world's worst golfer' Maurice Flitcroft in this endearing adaptation of an unlikely true story.

Jess Kebbell encourages those who haven't heard of Flitcroft to seek out the movie ASAP.

4. Everything Everywhere All At Once

This dazzling multiversal treat was both a showcase for the tremendous Michelle Yeoh and an astonishing demonstration of the imagination that can be achieved on a low budget.

Jack Rafferty lauded it as one of the most original movies he'd ever seen.

5. Where the Crawdads Sing

Daisy Edgar-Jones cemented her position as a rising star in this atmospheric adaptation of Delia Owens' bestselling novel.

Katie Samuel was a huge fan of Edgar-Jones' performance as the mysterious marsh girl Kya.

6. Bodies Bodies Bodies

Indie movie maestros A24 had another hit on their hands with this sly and scary takedown of the TikTok generation, filtering it through the prism of an Agatha Christie-style murder mystery.

George Clark declared the movie another winner from the increasingly impressive A24 stable.

7. The Woman King

Oscar winner Viola Davis is on typically commanding form as Dahomey tribal leader General Nanisca in this full-blooded and fascinating take on a tumultuous period in African history.

Emma raved about the movie, saying it was an all-round triumph from the period design to the performances.

8. Smile

One of this year's biggest sleeper hits, Smile spins a genuinely terrifying series of events from the deceptively simple image of a curse that causes people to grin inordinately.

Daniel believed that, for once, this was a movie that lived up to its compelling trailer.

9. Bros

Billy Eichner writes and stars in this sweet and perceptive story of a gay single New Yorker who stumbles across Mr. Right when he's least expecting to.

Bench Smith praised the movie as a refreshingly honest and relatable addition to the rom-com genre.


That's our round-up of the dazzling movies we brought to Unlimited audiences in 2022. So, what will 2023 bring?

Well, we're getting things started on an exciting note with five Unlimited screenings in January, beginning with the moving and impassioned Till. Click here to discover our Cineworld Unlimited screenings in January.

Already an Unlimited member? Happy days – you can soak up all of the Unlimited screenings at the start of the new year.

If you're not yet a member, now's the perfect time to join. Watch the video below to discover all the other exciting benefits that come with being part of the club, and then click here to sign up to Cineworld Unlimited.