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The Roxy Theater is a non-profit arthouse theater dedicated to bringing Missoula the finest in new and classic films and intimate live events. Bringing the world to our town, we stand for community and connectivity. Our two main cinemas present...more
We just finished seeing a series of movies and shorts at the annual Wildlife Film Festival here in Missoula. The Roxy is a theater from the 30s that has been reconfigured into three screening halls that show alternative and art films. The folks who staff...More
The Roxy has been a Missoula treasure since the thirties. Recently the facade has been restored. Three small theatres offer choices from classics to new offerings as well as locally produced drama. The theatre hosts special film festivals throughout the year including a wilderness film...More
This is an art deco theatre that features film festivals, art films, classic films, and first run films that the local commercial movie houses often neglect or show only briefly. Located in the "hip strip" near downtown and the University of Montana. Run by a...More
We love the Roxy as it shows fabulous independent as well as top-tier films at a very reasonable cost. The team there is personal and helpful - so lovely, fun and the triple organic popcorn is worth a visit anytime!! Plan to enjoy a film...More
The Roxy is a great little theater. It doesn't have the best seats or amazing audio, but none of that matters once the film starts. And who knows what will entice you there. New indie film? Foreign animation? Classic horror and sci fi? Campy movies...More
This was a fun find in missoula. They show old and new movies and have kept the old Hollywood theater feel alive. Just note that youre not going to get plush stadium seating, but you will go away with fun memories.
A very well-maintained and welcoming theater where popcorn is served in stainless steel bowls. The theaters are cozy but not tiny and everyone has a good view.
The sound on the night I visited with two friends was, however, muddy which made following the dialog...More
A great community theater located on Higgins (The hipstrip) and conveniently across the street from Big Dipper ice cream (afterwards :-)
The theaters are small and the center aisle is ill placed but you generally forget about all of that once the film starts. The...More