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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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Battle of the Sexes

Friday, October 20
7:00 PM   9:15 PM
Saturday, October 21
7:00 PM   9:15 PM
Sunday, October 22
7:15 PM
Monday, October 23
1:15 PM   7:15 PM
Tuesday, October 24
7:15 PM
Wednesday, October 25
7:15 PM
Thursday, October 26
7:15 PM

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Directors: Jonathan Dayton, Valerie Faris
Cast: Emma Stone, Sarah Silverman, Steve Carell, Elisabeth Shue, Andrea Riseborough, Alan Cumming
Genre: Comedy
Rated: PG
Warnings: Mature Theme, Tobacco Use
Running Time: 2 Hr 1 Mn
Language: English
Studio: Fox Searchlight Pictures

*Certified Fresh 84% on Rottentomatoes.com*

Critics Consensus: Battle of the Sexes turns real-life events into a crowd-pleasing, well-acted dramedy that ably entertains while smartly serving up a volley of present-day parallels.

When Billie Jean King (Emma Stone) becomes the number-one women’s tennis player in the world, she questions why male tennis players are making more than 10 times what she earns. She doesn’t get a reasonable answer, so along with other top female tennis players, she and her manager (Sarah Silverman) refuse to participate in any of the tournaments that have been organized that don’t offer equal pay, and form their own tour.

Meanwhile, former tennis champ Bobby Riggs (Steve Carell) is living a great post-tennis life with his wealthy wife (Elisabeth Shue), but he misses the thrills of the sport. Calling himself a male chauvinist, he challenges Billie Jean to a match that has a $35,000 purse attached to it. Billie Jean turns it down, believing it to be nothing more than a ridiculous stunt. However, Riggs doesn’t give up, going to great lengths to get Billie Jean to play him in a “Battle of the Sexes.”

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My Little Pony: The Movie

Saturday, October 21
1:15 PM
Sunday, October 22
1:15 PM

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Director: Jayson Thiessen
Cast: Emily Blunt, Kristin Chenoweth, Liev Schreiber, Michael Peña, Sia , Taye Diggs, Uzo Aduba, Zoe Saldana
Genre: Animation, Family
Rated: G
Warnings: Cartoon/Animation Action, Some Scary Scenes
Running Time: 1 Hr 45 Mn
Language: English
Studio: Entertainment One

*Top 10 Movie in Canada!*

The colorful ponies who live in Equestria enjoy happy lives, filled with friendship and joy. When a dark force threatens their way of life and tries to take over, the Mane 6 must go on a dangerous journey to get help in order to save their home and restore peace.

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Blade Runner 2049

Friday, October 20
7:30 PM
Saturday, October 21
1:00 PM   7:30 PM
Sunday, October 22
1:00 PM   7:00 PM
Monday, October 23
1:00 PM   7:00 PM
Tuesday, October 24
7:00 PM
Wednesday, October 25
7:00 PM
Thursday, October 26
7:00 PM

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Director: Denis Villeneuve
Cast: Ryan Gosling, Harrison Ford, Ana de Armas, Sylvia Hoeks, Robin Wright, Mackenzie Davis, Carla Juri, Lennie James, Dave Bautista, Jared Leto, Barkhad Abdi
Genre: Sci-Fi/Fantasy, Thriller
Rated: 14A
Warnings: Coarse Language, Disturbing Content, Nudity, Graphic Violence
Running Time: 2 Hr 44 Mn
Language: English
Studio: Warner Bros. Pictures

*The #2 Movie in Canada!* *Certified Fresh 89% on Rottentomatoes.com*

Critics Consensus: Visually stunning and narratively satisfying, Blade Runner 2049 deepens and expands its predecessor’s story while standing as an impressive filmmaking achievement in its own right.

Set more than three decades after Blade Runner, Los Angeles Police Department officer K (Ryan Gosling) works as a Blade Runner, catching and decommissioning replicants on the run. But his latest case leads him to discover a secret that could pelt the remnants of society into total chaos.

He must now try to locate aging Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford), the original Blade Runner, who has been missing for 30 years. Deckard’s past intertwines with K’s future, and the future of all humans and replicants alike.

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An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power

Art Film Presentation and Discussion

Saturday, October 28
4:00 PM
Sunday, October 29
4:00 PM

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Directors: Bonni Cohen, Jon Shenk
Cast: Al Gore
Genre: Documentary
Rated: G
Warnings: No warnings
Running Time: 1 Hr 38 Mn
Language: English
Studio: Paramount Pictures

Art Film Presentation and Discussion: Saturday, October 28th and Sunday, October 29th at 4:00 p.m.

Doors open at 3:30 p.m. and all tickets are $10.00 each including tax and will be on sale the day of the screenings at the Roxy Box Office.

In the sequel to 2006’s An Inconvenient Truth, Al Gore returns to show the plight of the human race and its need to continue fighting climate change. While some advancements have been made, Al Gore shows that newly elected nay-sayers like U.S. President Donald Trump threaten the progress that humanity has made and must continue to make if future generations are to survive.

An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power shows that we are at a tipping point of a major renewable energy revolution and that we must continue forward if we are to save our planet.

*There will be a moderated discussion at the end of the film*

See the review below by Peter Howell (Toronto Star)

“There’s more doom and gloom — but also hope for meaningful change — to be found in Al Gore’s followup to his Oscar-blessed 2006 doc that sounded the alarm about global warming.

“We’re going to win this,” the former U.S. vice-president told a cheering Eccles Theatre audience at the film’s Sundance world premiere last January.

Truth to Power gives good reason for climate optimism, but also more pessimism to ponder, in this doc directed by Bonni Cohen and Jon Shenk.

In what amounts to a colossal “I told you so,” the first half of the film has Gore travelling the globe to see first hand the toll of rising worldwide temperatures, which have hit new highs for each of the past three years.

He visits Miami, where downtown streets are periodically flooded by seawater caused by climate-induced rising tides. The water gets so deep, large fish swim in the middle of the street.

Set to a mournful score by Jeff Beal, the film reveals many other climate-change horrors across the planet: giant icebergs exploding and collapsing into polar seas; streets melting and buckling in India; drought in Syria that sparked the migrant crisis there long before civil war; and a rising threat of tropical diseases moving into the northern hemisphere.

The second half of the film takes an entirely different tack, showing how a great deal of progress has been made fighting global warming.

We see Gore persuading reluctant politicians in India, where hundreds of coal-fired plants are being built to provide electricity for the country’s vast population, to sign on to the landmark 2015 Paris Agreement to fight climate change. (Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau takes no persuading at all; he and Gore embrace as if they’re old friends.)

Gore also convinces World Bank and Silicon Valley tech firms to fund renewable energy projects and to share green energy technology with developing countries.

He presents hard evidence that solar power, long considered too expensive to generate on a large scale, is finally in a position to compete with and even beat the conventional fuel sources coal, oil and gas.

Gore boasts of having trained 10,000 people in 135 countries over the past decade to spread the word about climate change.

The ex-politician has become much more of a showman in the past decade but also more convincing in his drive to save the Earth from burning up. He admits to an occasional bout of despair, and warns the fight against global warming will be long and hard, but he’s convinced real change is coming.”

*Certified Fresh 78% on RottenTomatoes.com*

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Dina

Art Film Presentation

Saturday, December 2
4:00 PM
Sunday, December 3
4:00 PM

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Directors: Antonio Santini, Dan Sickles
Cast: Dina
Genre: Documentary
Rated: G
Warnings: No warnings
Running Time: 1 Hr 41 Mn
Language: English
Studio: The Orchard

Art Film Presentation: Saturday, December 2nd and Sunday, December 3rd at 4:00 p.m.

Doors open at 3:30 p.m. and all tickets are $10.00 each including tax and will be on sale the day of the screenings at the Roxy Box Office.

Dina, an outspoken and eccentric 49-year-old in suburban Philadelphia, invites her fiancé Scott, a Walmart door greeter, to move in with her. Having grown up neurologically diverse in a world blind to the value of their experience, the two are head-over-heels for one another, but shacking up poses a new challenge.

Filmmakers Dan Sickles and Antonio Santini construct seamless vérité scenes that lovingly frame Dina and Scott’s vulnerable, yet matter-of-fact romance. Whether at the local nail salon, the warm beaches of Ocean City, Dina’s racy bachelorette party, or on honeymoon in the Poconos, Dina captures the cadences and candid conversations of a relationship that re-examines the notion of love on-screen.

*Tomato Fresh 100% on RottenTomatoes.com*

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Matinee Mondays are Back!!!

I hope everyone has had a great summer. I am excited to announce the return of our special Matinee Mondays. Price is still the same…only $7.00 per ticket including tax. Shows and times are on the website under each show listing where applicable.

First Matinee Monday is September 11th. Doors open at 12:30 p.m.

See you at the movies, (during the day….ha)

Cathy

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Directors: Many different directors
Cast: Many different cast members
Genre: All genres
Rated: Different ratings
Warnings: Different warnings
Running Time: Different running times
Language: English (mainly)
Studio: Different studios

Matinee Mondays are Back!!!

I hope everyone has had a great summer. I am excited to announce the return of our special Matinee Mondays. Price is still the same…only $7.00 per ticket including tax. Shows and times are on the website under each show listing where applicable.

First Matinee Monday is September 11th. Doors open at 12:30 p.m.

See you at the movies, (during the day….ha)

Cathy

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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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