Rounding up the best Cineworld Unlimited screenings of 2021

It's been a terrific year of preview screenings for Unlimited members. If you need a reminder about what's been shown this year, here's our list. Plus, this could be an added incentive for anyone thinking of signing up to Cineworld Unlimited in 2022...


1. A Quiet Place: Part II

The movie John Krasinski's barnstorming sequel to his 2018 chiller sends Emily Blunt, Noah Jupe and Millicent Simmonds on a journey into the unknown, as they continue to battle sound-sensitive aliens. Cillian Murphy is a vital addition to the cast as a grieving father who may or may not help provide the path to safety.

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2. The Father

The movie Anthony Hopkins' devastating performance as an Alzheimer's-ridden parent won him his second Oscar. Olivia Colman matches him beat for beat as the emotionally wrung-out daughter in Florian Zeller's perceptive, moving and surprisingly tense adaptation of his own stage play.

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3. Nobody

The movie Better Call Saul's Bob Odenkirk opens up a can of whoop-ass as the seemingly milquetoast parent who discovers a penchant for cracking heads. It's hilarious and violent in equal measure, and that bus beatdown is one of the best scenes of the year.

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4. In the Heights

The movie Lin-Manuel Miranda's sunny and infectiously uplifting musical didn't set the box office alight. Nevertheless, it remains one of 2021's most joyous experiences – and boy, did we need that. Follow along with a group of dreamers and aspiring artists in Manhattan's Washington Heights district, as they dream of a better tomorrow.

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5. Supernova

The movie Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci put in subtle and poignant performances in this British road trip drama. They play a devoted couple grappling with a terminal diagnosis, as director Harry Macqueen spins atmospheric beauty from the idyllic Lake District surroundings.

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6. Dune

The movie Director Denis Villeneuve's penchant for fusing jaw-dropping spectacle with philosophical intrigue was on full display in his gargantuan adaptation of Frank Herbert's classic novel. Don't forget, however, that this is only the first half of the story – even greater sights will be on offer in Dune: Part Two, scheduled for release on 22nd October 2023.

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7. King Richard

The movie Will Smith delivers what is arguably his best performance since Ali in this inspirational sports drama. He plays Richard Williams, the overbearing and tenacious but loving father of aspiring tennis stars Venus and Serena, in a movie that lifts the curtain on one of the most remarkable stories in recent sporting history.

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