Movies

GVR at the Movies!

GVR is happy to offer a variety of exciting movies throughout the season. Movies are always free to members and their guests. Tickets are required for admission to all movies and it is recommended that tickets be reserved in advance.

Ticket & Box Office Information

Tickets may be reserved in person at West Center Box Office, 1111 GVR Drive, Green Valley, AZ or by calling (520) 625-0288. Tickets ordered by phone are held at the box office for pick up on the day/night of the movie or during regular box office hours. Tickets are not mailed to patrons.
Box office hours are Monday-Friday 8 am-4 pm, weekends and holidays from 10 am-2 pm, and one hour prior to performances and events. Tickets are currently available for all movies listed.
Due to the high demand of movie tickets, GVR members may reserve a maximum of two tickets. As a courtesy to others, if it is determine that you are unable to use your movie tickets, please return your tickets as soon as possible to the box office. This may allow other members to take advantage of attending a free movie.

General Information

Movies are free to members and their guests but donations are accepted and much appreciated. Donations help to defray the cost of movie licensing fees.
Movies are general admission.
Movies are shown at 2pm (open captioning) and in the evening at 7pm.
Doors open approximately 30 minutes prior to the show.
Popcorn and concessions are available for purchase at all movies.
Patrons must turn off or silence all electronic devices during movie showings. Patrons are also asked to refrain from any behavior that could be distracting to other during the show.

2016/2017 Movie Schedule

April


Arrival
Wednesday, April 12 at 2pm (Open Captioning) and 7pm

When mysterious spacecraft touch down across the globe, an elite team – led by expert linguist Louise Banks – is brought together to investigate. As mankind teeters on the verge of global war, Banks and the team race against time for answers – and to find them, she will take a chance that could threaten her life, and quite possibly humanity. Starring Amy Adams, Jeremy Renner and Forest Whitaker. Directed by
Denis Villeneuve. Rated PG-13 for brief strong language. Paramount Pictures. 1 hour 56 minutes. 2016.

Deepwater Horizon
Wednesday, April 26 at 2pm (Open Captioning) and 7pm

In April 2010, there is no oil exploration operation in the Gulf of Mexico to compare with the Deepwater Horizon oil rig with its size or sheer depth of its drilling. However, the project for the BP oil company is beset with technical difficulties to the point where the general operational supervisor, Jimmy Harrell, and his Chief Electrical Engineer, Mike Williams, are concerned potentially dangerous trouble is brewing. On April 20, the workers’ fears are realized in the worst possible way when the rig’s various structural and system flaws spark a catastrophic cascade of failures that would create a massive blowout and explosion that threatens them all, even as it also begins the worst environmental disaster in US history. Starring Mark Wahlberg and Kurt Russell. Directed by Peter Berg. Rated PG-13 for prolonged intense disaster sequences and related disturbing images. Summit Entertainment. 1 hour 47 minutes. 2016.

 

May


Manchester by the Sea
Wednesday, May 10 at 2pm (Open Captioning) and 7pm

An uncle is obliged to return home to care for his nephew after his brother dies. Unknowing, he is to be the guardian and struggles with the decision. Throughout the movie, he recounts the memories that caused him to leave Manchester and distance himself from his past. Starring Casey Affleck and Michelle Williams. Directed by Kenneth Lonergan. Rated R for language throughout and some sexual content. Roadside Attractions. 2 hours 17 minutes. 2016.

Jackie
Wednesday, May 24 at 2pm (Open Captioning) and 7pm

Jackie is a portrait of one of the most important and tragic moments in American history, seen through the eyes of the iconic First Lady, Jacqueline Kennedy. Jackie places us in her world during the days immediately following her husband’s assassination. Known for her extraordinary dignity and poise, here we see a portrait of the First Lady as she fights to establish her husband’s legacy and the world of “Camelot” that she created and loved so well. Starring Natalie Portman and Peter Sarsgaard. Directed by Pablo Larraín. Rated R for brief strong violence and some language. Fox Searchlight Pictures. 100 minutes. 2016.