It's a new month, which means there's a whole new series of movies scheduled to play at Missoula's Roxy Theater. Each month, the theater picks a different series to focus on - and for the month of February, they're highlighting some of cinema's most Badass Babes.

Here's What's on Deck for The Roxy Theater in February

Every Thursday in February, the Roxy will be showing a different movie putting the spotlight on an old-school badass babe. Here's what they've got scheduled:

2/3 - One Million Years BC (featuring Raquel Welch)

2/10 - Foxy Brown (featuring Pam Grier)

2/17 - Beyond the Valley of the Dolls (directed by Russ Meyer)

2/24 - Barbarella in 35mm (featuring Jane Fonda)

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Also on the calendar this month is a special double feature on 2/5 of Tommy Wiseau's so-bad-it's-good classic The Room, with one of the film's stars, Greg Sestero, in attendance. After The Room, Sestero will be screening his new film, Miracle Valley.

Valentine's Day Weekend

The Roxy has got a trio of movie romances set for the weekend of Valentine's Day, which include:

2/12 - But I'm a Cheerleader

2/13 - Moonlight

2/14 - The Wedding Singer in 35mm

And There's More!

Additional screenings throughout the month of February include:

2/2 - Groundhog Day

2/6 - A Raisin in the Sun in 35mm (featuring the recently-passed icon Sidney Poitier)

2/7 - Major League

2/13 - The Motorcycle Diaries

2/20 - Contempt

2/25 - Def By Temptation (This month's Trash Talk screening)

2/28 - Spike Lee's Bamboozled

Plus, of course, there will be plenty of first-run movies throughout the month, and a full schedule for the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival (which takes place over the last two weeks of February) will be released soon.

For all the info you need on the Roxy's showtimes, check out their website.

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