HOYTS LUX is premium cinema redefined and is now open at HOYTS Broadway.
With an excellent selection of gourmet food and an extensive wine list that can be delivered in cinema, you won’t be able to stop yourself relaxing in our recliners, whilst watching a movie from the best seat in the house.
With great bonus extras like complimentary popcorn and soft drink, you will Experience More with HOYTS LUX.
The HOYTS LUX Bar is open to all* cinema patrons, so you can enjoy a drink or nibbles off the bar menu before or after your film.
HOYTS Broadway is the new ultimate entertainment venue for Sydney’s CBD and Inner West. It’s perfect for that special night out at the movies and can also handle corporate events, meetings, training and product launches.
Receive 4 hours FREE parking in Broadway Shopping Centre with HOYTS.
Experience More with HOYTS LUX.
*Please note: to access the HOYTS LUX bar patrons must be 18 years or older, or accompanied by a parent or guardian (and the legal guardian must be at least 10 years older than a minor). HOYTS LUX general admission pricing rates apply on Public Holidays.
Mild animated violence and coarse language
A duel of destiny!! A battle beyond gods begins!!!! Following the fight with Beers the Destroyer, Goku and Vegeta are in training on Beers' world, under the guidance of his attendant, Whis. Meanwhile, with the earth at peace once again, Sorbet and Tagoma, two of the surviving members of the Freeza force, come by in search of the Dragon Balls. Their goal is to revive Freeza in order to revitalize their forces.
Coarse language and mature themes
Rex, a Broken Hill cab driver, has spent his life avoiding getting close to people. One day, he discovers he is dying of stomach cancer. He doesn't want to be forced to rely on anyone so he decides to leave his home alone and drive 3000kms across the continent to Darwin.
Violence, mature themes and infrequent coarse language
Ben Kingsley stars in this sci-fi thriller as a wealthy man dying of cancer. In an effort to save himself, he puts his life in the hands of an experimental scientist (Matthew Goode, Stoker) who transfers his consciousness to a younger, healthier body (Ryan Reynolds).
Science fiction violence and infrequent coarse language
The year is 2029. John Connor, leader of the resistance continues the war against the machines. At the Los Angeles offensive, John's fears of the unknown future begin to emerge when TECOM spies reveal a new plot by SkyNet that will attack him from both fronts; past and future, and will ultimately change warfare forever.
One scene may frighten young children
When Thomas takes a joke too far and runs Gordon’s coaches off the rails, The Fat Controller sends him to work on another part of the island. Here he joins the little engines, Mike, Rex and Bert as well as his old friend Marion, in constructing a new branch line.