Join Our Mailing List!
Join the Mailing List

Sign up to receive exclusive cinema news and special offers.

Thank you for joining the Roxy Cinema mailing list!
There was an error. Please try again.

January 24, 2020

Now Showing

  • 7:00 PM

    Pain and Glory

    January 24, 2020

    Drama / 2019 / 113 minutes

    A new film from Spanish auteur Pedro Almodovar is always cause for celebration, and his 2019 film Pain and Glory is being met with the expected critical accolades. The 21st feature from the iconoclast director, Pain and Glory teams Almodovar regulars Antonio Banderas and Penelope Cruz to tell the story of a physically infirmed film director (Banderas) looking back on his life and career, from his immigrant childhood to his discovery of film and first love affair in Madrid, a journey of introspection that points the way to his spiritual and artistic salvation. A rich, personal work, the film finds the director at his most honest, eschewing his customary melodrama for the brutally heartfelt, while still treading fearlessly into graphic, bold places few filmmakers would dare to tread. In the lead Banderas delivers a contemplative, raw performance in what will no doubt be remembered as a career best, and Cruz, in a supporting but crucial role, is superb. With Asier Etxeandia and Nora Navas.

  • 9:15 PM

    Dark Waters

    January 24, 2020

    Drama / 2019 / 126 minutes

    One of the cinematic through lines that defined 2019 was the proliferation of whistleblower dramas, and without question one of the strongest entries in this trend was Todd Haynes’ superbly executed Dark Waters. Inspired by a true story, Haynes’ film charts the against-all-odds efforts of a tenacious attorney (Mark Ruffalo) who puts his family and financial future at risk to go after one of the world’s largest and most powerful corporations when he discovers a connection to a growing number of unexplained deaths. As an actor incapable of delivering a false performance Ruffalo is great as always, capably carrying the hefty emotional weight of the central role, and with Haynes’ sturdy directorial hand at the helm the film stays dramatically grounded without ever feeling dry or procedural. The kind of eye-opening shocker that will have you re-thinking your consumer choices going forward. With Anne Hathaway, Tim Robbins, Victor Garber and Mare Winningham.

  • 3:00 PM

    Dark Waters

    January 25, 2020

    Drama / 2019 / 126 minutes

    One of the cinematic through lines that defined 2019 was the proliferation of whistleblower dramas, and without question one of the strongest entries in this trend was Todd Haynes’ superbly executed Dark Waters. Inspired by a true story, Haynes’ film charts the against-all-odds efforts of a tenacious attorney (Mark Ruffalo) who puts his family and financial future at risk to go after one of the world’s largest and most powerful corporations when he discovers a connection to a growing number of unexplained deaths. As an actor incapable of delivering a false performance Ruffalo is great as always, capably carrying the hefty emotional weight of the central role, and with Haynes’ sturdy directorial hand at the helm the film stays dramatically grounded without ever feeling dry or procedural. The kind of eye-opening shocker that will have you re-thinking your consumer choices going forward. With Anne Hathaway, Tim Robbins, Victor Garber and Mare Winningham.

  • 5:30 PM

    The Monster Squad presented by Bottleneck Gallery

    January 25, 2020

    Action / 1987 / 82 minutes

    Though he never quite became a mainstream genre director like peers Sam Raimi and Shane Black, Fred Dekker is an appreciated quantity among horror fans, and one of the prime reasons for that is his 1987 cult classic The Monster Squad. Co-written by Black – a friend and roommate of Dekker's – The Monster Squad pits a group of plucky, horror-savvy kids against non-copyright-infringing versions of the classic monsters, an illustrious group that includes Dracula, the Wolfman, Frankenstein's monster, the Mummy and the Creature from the Black Lagoon. Capturing the nostalgic vibe that made Goonies a hit, Dekker's fun, irreverent film is both a love letter to the classic Universal horror films and childhood adventure tales, cast with a winning group of young actors who bring humor and heart to their roles and sell the crackling Black-penned dialog. A sure-fire delight for "monster kids" of any age or anyone jonzing for that Stranger Things 80s throwback buzz. With Tom Noonan, Andre Gower and Steven Macht.
    Presented by Bottleneck Gallery

Showtimes on
January 24, 2020