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.
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.
2017 Movie Schedule
Wednesday, August 30 at 2pm (Open Captioning) and 7pm
Troy Maxson makes his living as a sanitation worker in 1950s Pittsburgh. Maxson once dreamed of becoming a professional baseball player, but was deemed too old when the major leagues began admitting black athletes. Bitter over his missed opportunity, Troy creates further tension in his family when he squashes his son’s chance to meet a college football recruiter. Starring Denzel Washington and Viola Davis. Directed by Denzel Washington. Rated PG-13 for thematic elements, language and some suggestive references. 139 Minutes. Paramount Pictures. 2016.
Wednesday, September 13 at 2pm (Open Captioning) and 7pm
An account of the Boston Marathon bombing, Patriot’s Day is the powerful story of a community’s courage in the face of terror. In the aftermath of an unspeakable attack, Police Sergeant Tommy Saunders joins courageous survivors, first responders and investigators in a race against the clock to hunt down the bombers before they strike again. Weaving together the stories of Special Agent Richard DesLauriers, Police Commissioner Ed Davis, Sergeant Jeffrey Pugliese and nurse Carol Saunders, this visceral and unflinching chronicle captures the suspense of one of the most sophisticated manhunts in law enforcement history and celebrates the strength of the people of Boston. Starring Mark Wahlberg, Kevin Bacon and J.K. Simmons. Directed by Peter Berg. Rated R for violence, realistically graphic injury images, language throughout and some drug use. 133 Minutes. Lionsgate. 2016.
Wednesday, September 27 at 2pm (Open Captioning) and 7pm
An aging comic icon, Jackie has seen better days. Despite his efforts to reinvent himself and his comic genius, the audience only wants to know him as the former television character he once played. Already a strain on his younger brother and his wife, Jackie is forced to serve out a sentence doing community service for accosting an audience member. While there, he meets Harmony, the daughter of a sleazy Florida real estate mogul, and the two find inspiration in one another resulting in surprising consequences. Starring Robert De Niro, Danny DeVito and Leslie Mann. Directed by Taylor Hackford. Rated R for crude sexual references and language throughout. 120 Minutes. Sony Pictures Classics. 2016.
Wednesday, October 11, 2pm (Open Captioning) and 7pm
All looks lost for the Rebellion against the Empire as they learn of the existence of a new super weapon, the Death Star. Once a possible weakness in its construction is uncovered, the Rebel Alliance must set out on a desperate mission to steal the plans for the Death Star. The future of the entire galaxy now rests upon its success. Starring Felicity Jones and Diego Luna. Directed by Gareth Edwards. Rated PG-13 for extended sequences of sci-fi violence and action. 133 minutes. Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures. 2016.
Wednesday, October 25, 2pm (Open Captioning) and 7pm
After the abduction and presumed death of Mackenzie Allen Phillips’ youngest daughter, Missy, Mack receives a letter and suspects it is from God, asking him to return to The Shack where Missy may have been murdered. After contemplating it, he leaves his home to go to The Shack for the first time since Missy’s abduction and an encounter that will change his life forever. Starring Sam Worthington, Octavia Spencer and Tim McGraw. Directed by Stuart Hazeldine. Rated PG-13 for thematic material including some violence. 132 minutes. Lionsgate. 2017.