Why Matthew Vaughn's Argylle is the perfect 4DX movie

If you’ve seen a film by Matthew Vaughn before, you’ll know that his distinctive directorial style and dynamic action sequences are truly a match made in heaven.

Vaughn's latest movie Argylle combines a captivating plot, a star-studded cast and guaranteed laughs thanks to Vaughn’s signature humour, So, you may be asking – ‘Cineworld, how can I take this exhilarating movie-going experience to the next level?’

If you’re familiar with the concept of 4DX, our answer will certainly come as no surprise to you. If you have yet to experience this remarkable cinematic innovation, then allow us to introduce you to the format guaranteed to keep you coming back for more.

4DX is about as immersive as the cinema experience can get. It utilises high-tech motion programming to synchronise the events on the screens with the movement of your seats. The thrills don’t just stop there though, with extra sensory effects such as wind machines, strobe lighting, water effects, and even specialised scents filling the screen to truly make you feel like part of the action.

It’s like combining all of the best bits of a theme park ride with everything you love about going to the movies. Now that you’re all up to speed, let’s talk about why Argylle is a film that is beautifully matched to the 4DX experience.


We’ve seen first-hand the incredible frenetic energy associated with Matthew Vaughn’s action sequences; his fight scenes somehow seem so chaotic and over-the-top whilst also maintaining a level of fluidity and coherence, so you still know exactly what’s going on.

We’ve seen it before in Kick-Ass, the Kingsman films and even in his earlier project Stardust, which has some spectacularly choreographed sword fights. You can expect many such scenes in an espionage thriller like Argylle, so be prepared to keep a tight grip on your popcorn once the fighting starts. That's because the motion-programmed seats will be utilised to their fullest extent so you can feel the energy of every punch, kick or slap.


Wind and water

You certainly can’t have a spy movie without some jaw-dropping stunts. Whether it’s Ellie Conway and Aidan (Bryce Dallas Howard and Sam Rockwell) leaping from the door of a moving train, or Henry Cavill making a daring speed-boat escape into the sunset, the 4DX wind and water effects will transport you straight into their world.

Ever wanted to know what it feels like to glide 1000 feet in the air with a parachute? 4DX has you covered.



Thanks to ‘the twisted mind of Matthew Vaughn’, you never truly know what will end up happening on the screen. Of course, we’ve come to expect the many features listed above, but if we’ve learned anything from previous Vaughn projects it’s to also expect the unexpected.

In regards to the possible scents you may find in Argylle, burning rubber is a certainty, as is gunpowder – but truthfully you'll have to watch the film itself to discover the true scope of the scents on offer.

Might we be surprised with a beautiful floral field, and the scent of roses filling the screen and stimulating our senses? Or perhaps we’ll be treated to a refreshing ocean breeze, accompanied by all the smells (and water spray!) the briny deep has to offer? As we said, it's a Matthew Vaughn movie, so anything goes.


If you’ve never sampled the delights of 4DX sensory cinema before, then all of the above reasons indicate why you need to give it a try. You might just discover your new favourite way to enjoy a movie.

Argylle is available to book in 4DX now so click the link below.