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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:
$7.00

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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Showtimes

Showtimes

Logan Lucky   *Premiering at the Roxy*

Fri. August 18
1 PM   7 PM   9:15 PM
Sat. August 19
1 PM   7 PM   9:15 PM
Sun. August 20
1 PM   7 PM
Mon. August 21
1 PM   7 PM
Tues. August 22
1 PM   7 PM   9:15 PM
Wed. August 23
1 PM   7 PM
Thurs. August 24
1 PM   7 PM

 

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Director: Steven Soderbergh
Cast: Channing Tatum, Adam Driver, Seth MacFarlane, Riley Keough, Katie Holmes, Katherine Waterston, Dwight Yoakam, Sebastian Stan, Brian Gleeson, Jack Quaid, Hilary Swank, Daniel Craig
Genre: Action/Adventure, Comedy
Rated: PG
Warnings: Language May Offend, Tobacco Use
Running Time: 1 Hr 59 Mn
Language: English
Studio: E1

*Opening worldwide and at the Roxy Theatres*

Brothers Jimmy (Channing Tatum) and Clyde (Adam Driver) are struggling to make ends meet. Jimmy has just been fired from his job as a coal miner, while Clyde is a bartender with only one arm. Jimmy decides, along with Clyde and their hairdresser sister Mellie (Riley Keough), to rob the Charlotte Motor Speedway — because Jimmy knows how they move their money — through an underground passage.

However, they realize they can’t pull this off on their own, so they recruit volatile demolition expert Joe Bang (Daniel Craig), who they first have to break out of prison. A scheduling mixup forces them to execute the elaborate heist during the most popular NASCAR Coca-Cola 600 race of the year in Charlotte. Things get even more complicated when an FBI agent (Hilary Swank) begins investigating the case.

*rated 92% on rottentomatoes “Critics Consensus: High-octane fun that’s smartly assembled without putting on airs, Logan Lucky marks a welcome end to Steven Soderbergh’s retirement — and proves he hasn’t lost his ability to entertain.”

*This could be a sleeper hit of the summer. It is worth it to see Daniel Craig as a quirky, very none-Bond-like guy who likes to play with stuff that goes bang.*c.c

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Dunkirk

Tue. August 15
1:15 PM   7:00 PM   9:00 PM
Wed. August 16
1:15 PM   7:00 PM
Thu. August 17
1:15 PM   7:00 PM *Last Show*

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Director: Christopher Nolan
Cast: Fionn Whitehead, Tom Glynn-Carney, Jack Lowden, Harry Styles, Aneurin Barnard, James D’Arcy, Barry Keoghan, Kenneth Branagh, Cillian Murphy, Mark Rylance, Tom Hardy
Genre: Drama, War
Inspiration: Battle of Dunkirk
Rated: PG
Warnings: Frightening Scenes, Language May Offend, Violence
Running Time: 1 Hr 46 Mn
Language: English
Studio: Warner Bros. Pictures

*The #2 Movie in Canada!*

*Certified Fresh 93% on RottenTomatoes.com*

In 1940, during the early days of World War II, hundreds of thousands of Allied soldiers from Britain, Belgium, and Canada find themselves trapped on the beach of the French coastal town of Dunkirk as they face an impossible crisis. They’ve been cut off and surrounded by ruthless German Nazi troops. Over the course of eight days, the men must struggle to survive and hope for rescue.

Critics Consensus: Dunkirk serves up emotionally satisfying spectacle, delivered by a writer-director in full command of his craft and brought to life by a gifted ensemble cast that honors the fact-based story.

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Kidnap

Fri. August 18
7:15 PM   9:00 PM
Sat. August 19
7:15 PM   9:00 PM
Sun. August 20
7:15 PM
Mon. August 21
7:15 PM
Tues. August 22
7:15 PM   9:00 PM
Wed. August 23
7:15 PM
Thurs. August 24
7:15 PM

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Director: Luis Prieto
Cast: Halle Berry, Sage Correa, Lew Temple, Chris McGinn, Dana Gourrier, Malea Rose
Genre: Action/Adventure, Thriller
Rated: 14a
Warnings: Violence, Language May Offend, Disturbing Content
Running Time: 1 Hr 35 Mn
Language: English
Studio: E1

A typical afternoon in the park turns into a nightmare for single mom Karla Dyson (Academy Award winner Halle Berry) when her son suddenly disappears. Without a cell phone and knowing she has no time to wait for police help, Karla jumps in her own car and sets off in pursuit of the kidnappers. A relentless, edge-of-your seat chase ensues, where Karla must risk everything to not lose sight of her son. In this tense, action-fueled thriller, directed by Luis Prieto and from the producers of SALT and TRANSFORMERS, one mother’s heroic attempt to take back her son leads her to ask herself how far she will go to save her child.

“It’s a kick to watch Karla, a woman with no particular set of skills, become a capable warrior based on pure maternal ferocity. A version of Taken except this time with a mom you don’t want to mess with.” c.c.

Showtimes

Cars 3

Tue. August 15
1:00 PM   6:45 PM   8:50 PM
Wed. August 16
1:00 PM   6:45 PM
Thu. August 17
1:00 PM   6:45 PM
Fri. August 18
1:15 PM   *matinees only*
Sat. August 19
1:15 PM   
Sun. August 20
1:15 PM   
Mon. August 21
1:15 PM
Tue. August 22
1:15 PM   
Wed. August 23
1:15 PM   
Thu. August 24
1:15 PM

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Director: Brian Fee
Cast: Owen Wilson, Cristela Alonzo, Chris Cooper, Nathan Fillion, Larry the Cable Guy, Armie Hammer, Tony Shalhoub, Bonnie Hunt, Lea DeLaria, Kerry Washington, Margo Martindale, Isiah Whitlock Jr., John Ratzenberger
Genre: Family
Rated: G
Warnings: None
Running Time: 1 Hr 48 Mn
Language: English
Studio: Walt Disney Pictures

In the follow-up to Cars (2006) and Cars 2 (2011), legendary Lightning McQueen (Owen Wilson) suffers a devastating accident mid-race. Retirement seems imminent and his glory days seem long gone.

But he’s determined to reenter the pack of competitors and find his way back to the race track. To do so, he has to rely on the expertise of young technician Cruz Ramirez (Cristela Alonzo) and a dose of inspiration from the late Fabulous Hudson Hornet.

Critics Consensus: Cars 3 has an unexpectedly poignant story to go with its dazzling animation, suggesting Pixar’s most middle-of-the-road franchise may have a surprising amount of tread left.

didyouknow

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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