When you visit Roxy Theatres you'll get a full movie viewing experience, just minutes from home! Cozy seating in an enjoyable atmosphere with all your favourite comforts.
Why should you book your birthday at Roxy Theatres? You'll beat the line up, get the best seats in the house and get a pre-movie birthday announcement!
Did you know you can book corporate events at the Roxy? Employee night out, client appreciation nights, childrens’ Christmas parties, special celebration nights, we’ve done it all!

We bring the blockbusters to you!

Save on gas, save on time! Why leave town when you can enjoy all the benefits of a big city theatre in your very own community? Enjoy the newest movies with affordable tickets, drool-worthy snacks and treats, cozy seating and a pleasant atmosphere.

Buy a Ticket

General Admission: $10.00
Children 13 & Under: $7.00
Seniors 65 & Over: $7.00
Matinees & Tuesdays:

All taxes are included in the above pricing. The Roxy accepts cash and debit.

Grab a Snack

The Roxy has delicious popcorn with real butter, fountain & bottled drinks, and lots of goodies to choose from!

See our concession menu for the complete details and pricing.

Gift Certificates

Get your Gift Certificates at the Roxy Box Office during open hours or at Sugar FX (13 Brock Street West, Uxbridge)

Our gift certificates are available in $7.00 and $10.00 increments and make the perfect gift.

Box office opens 30 minutes before first movie showtime.

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Spider-Man: Homecoming

Fri. July 21
1:00 PM   7:00 PM   9:30 PM
Sat. July 22
1:00 PM   7:00 PM   9:30 PM
Sun. July 23
1:00 PM   7:00 PM
Mon. July 24
1:00 PM   7:00 PM
Tue. July 25
1:00 PM   7:00 PM   9:30 PM
Wed. July 26
1:00 PM   7:00 PM
Thu. July 27
1:00 PM   7:00 PM


Director: Jon Watts
Cast: Tom Holland, Marisa Tomei, Robert Downey Jr., Zendaya , Jon Favreau, Michael Keaton, Angourie Rice, Donald Glover
Genre: Action, Adventure
Rated: PG
Warnings: Langauge May Offend, Violence
Running Time: 2 Hr 14 Mn
Language: English
Studio: Walt Disney Pictures

*The #2 Movie in Canada!*

*Certified Fresh 93% on RottenTomatoes.com*

Peter Parker (Tom Holland), 15, is a high school student who lives with his Aunt May (Marisa Tomei) in a high-rise in Queens. Having already had an adventure with The Avengers, he’s waiting for Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) to give him an assignment. In the meantime, he practices his skills, helping out locals in trouble.

After a few missteps, Stark advises Peter to stop trying to do things on his own. However, when Peter encounters the ruthless Adrian Toomes, a.k.a. The Vulture (Michael Keaton), the villain threatens Peter, telling the teen that if he interferes with him, he will kill Peter and everyone he loves. With or without Iron Man’s guidance, Peter discovers he has to be more than just what the Spidey suit can do for him in order to fight to protect his loved ones.


Despicable Me 3

Fri. July 21
1:15 PM   6:45 PM   8:30 PM
Sat. July 22
1:15 PM   6:45 PM   8:30 PM
Sun. July 23
1:15 PM   6:45 PM
Mon. July 24
1:15 PM   6:45 PM
Tue. July 25
1:15 PM   6:45 PM   8:30 PM
Wed. July 26
1:15 PM   6:45 PM
Thu. July 27
1:15 PM   6:45 PM


Directors: Pierre Coffin, Kyle Balda, Eric Guillon
Cast: Trey Parker, Russell Brand, Miranda Cosgrove, Steve Carell, Kristen Wiig
Genre: Comedy, Family
Rated: G
Warnings: Cartoon/Animation Action, Language May Offend, Some Scary Scenes
Running Time: 1 Hr 30 Mn
Language: English
Studio: Universal Pictures

*The #3 Movie in Canada!*

Gru discovers from his mother that he has a twin brother, Dru, whom he’s never met. Dru was given to his father to raise after their parents’ divorce. Brothers Gru and Dru (both voiced by Steve Carell) finally reunite.

Meanwhile, former ’80s child star Balthazar Bratt (Trey Parker) has been bitter since puberty, when his TV series was abruptly cancelled. To exact revenge for what he sees were unjustified wrongdoings, he hatches a plan for world domination.

To stop him, Gru (Steve Carell), Gru’s wife Lucy (Kristen Wiig), their children, Gru’s long-lost twin brother (also Steve Carell) and the Minions must band together.


The Emoji Movie

*Opening Worldwide and Here at The Roxy on Friday, July 28th!*

Showtimes to be posted closer to the opening date.


Directors: Tony Leondis
Cast: T.J. Miller, James Corden, Ilana Glazer, Patrick Stewart, Jennifer Coolidge, Maya Rudolph, Rob Riggle, Steven Wright, Jake T. Austin
Genre: Animation, Comedy, Family
Rated: Under Review
Warnings: Under Review
Running Time: 1 Hr 32 Mn
Language: English
Studio: Columbia Pictures

*Opening Worldwide and Here at The Roxy on Friday, July 28th!*

All your favorite emojis live in the bustling city of Textopolis, hoping to be selected by their phone’s user. Each emoji only has one facial expression — that is, with the exception of Gene (T.J. Miller), an exuberant emoji who, because he was born without a filter, has numerous expressions.

Instead of being happy to be diverse and unique, Gene just wants to be “normal” like the other emojis. He gets his best friend Hi-5 (James Corden) and notorious code breaker emoji Jailbreak (Ilana Glazer) to join him on an epic “app-venture” through the apps on the phone to find the code that will fix Gene. They soon encounter a greater danger that’s threatening the phone and the fate of all emojis. The three unlikely friends have to move quickly or their world will be deleted forever.


Dear Roxy Patrons:

I have received a lot of emails and calls regarding movies and when the Roxy will get them or why we didn’t get a particular movie when we had said on our website it would be coming; (a recent example being the movie Trolls). So I thought I should send out an explanation as to why and how the movies are booked, how long we have to keep a movie when we open it on release, and how the whole booking of films works. Hopefully, this explanation will help to clear up any confusion and assist you in your movie going entertainment.

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Every Monday, I book films for the Roxy for opening the following Friday, as does every theatre in North America. I call in with my “wish list” based on reviews from exhibitor previews, articles on the films outlining projected sales based on the popularity of the films, forecasts based on previous films in the series, etc. I try to see all the “big” ones ahead of time when the distributor has pre-screenings in Toronto and after 20 years, I hope I pick the films my town, and our patrons would like to see.

In Uxbridge, we are very fortunate to have a loyal customer base from all over our region (we even have folks who come up from the city to attend our little Roxy). There is a number of tastes I am trying to appeal to: Families with the latest and greatest of films appealing to both young and old, Super Seniors, a very discerning and loyal group of movie goers, Teenagers, who want to see all of the blockbusters as soon as they premiere, Date Night for couples, hoping to snag a meal and a movie without having to drive out of town. And finally, I also try to book Art Films for my folks that like something a bit unique that resonates with film-making excellence, whether it is a foreign film or documentary. It might not seem like too difficult a task but with only two screens, it can be a juggling nightmare. Here is why…

Booking Films and Film Contracts: When I book a film to premiere at the Roxy, meaning when it opens in North America, it opens in Uxbridge at the same time, I am committing to the terms of contract which outlines the following: Minimum 2 to 3 week contract, and full shows (for example Dr. Strange). The screen is basically “owned” by that film for the duration of the contract. Sometimes, I am able to “split” the screen, meaning, bring in a film and have it just for evenings and play another film just for matinees, but since the Roxy is considered a “First Run” theatre, which allows us to bring you all of the latest films on premiere just the like the big guys in the city, this is difficult to do sometimes, especially during busy times of the year, like Christmas for example, when there is so many great films out there to choose from.

In some cases, like with the movie Trolls, I had to make a very tough decision as I had the film originally booked to open on release and the film distributor decided to change the term from 2 weeks to 3 weeks which would have affected opening 2 other films on release. So I had to say no to Trolls on release, however, I will bring it in as soon as I can (I will ask on Monday I promise) and hopefully, my patrons will wait to see it at our theatre. If not, I understand.

Picking the right one is always, every Monday, my greatest challenge. The same explanation above applies to folks booking birthday parties at the Roxy. I am always asked “What movies are you playing on…”, some future date and sometimes I can answer if I know there is a film I have targeted as one I think our patrons will want to see, on release on that date. But, there are never any guarantees in this movie business until I go to book the film on the Monday before the following Friday. I try my best for my customers and hopefully this will help you to further understand the process of booking films at the Roxy.

This “Did You Know” will appear every so often in the newsletter, and on our website and social media with various updates and answers to the most frequently asked questions so check it out each week for any changes and information about your theatre, your Roxy.

See you at the movies…

Cathy Christoff

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