Movie Theaters in the Rochester area range from unique art-houses to corporate googolplexen. See Movie Listings for dozens of choices available daily and check Movie Reviews for local reviews.
Tip: Most theatres have a dollar store nearby. Twizzlers, lemonheads, nerds, most candy is $1.
The Little Theatre is a nonprofit theatre dedicated to showing independent and foreign films. With five screens and an elegant cafe, it's one of the hippest places in town. Become a member and tickets are discounted. The Little is located on East Avenue just inside the Inner Loop and next to Spot Coffee.
The Dryden Theatre, operated by the George Eastman House, has a similar fare, with special engagements and screenings of rare films throughout the year. The Dryden is a located little further down East Avenue.
Vintage Drive-In in Avon has outdoor double feature movies on three screens during the warm months. Only a short drive down Route 15 or I-390 from Henrietta (making it the closest Drive-In theatre)!
The Strand is located in Brockport. It is one of the oldest existing movie theatres in the country.
Silver Lake Drive-In in Perry is about a 45 minute drive from the city. In addition to the movie screen, they have a mini-golf course, a game room and a family restaurant.
The Tinseltown IMAX theatre is the only "true" IMAX theater in the Rochester Area.
The Strasenburgh Planetarium shows movies and laser shows on its giant screen. Movies are open captioned for school showtimes; available for other showtimes if you call ahead.