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One Day, Five Best Picture Nominees, 30 Bucks

Seeing every single Oscar-nominated movie before the Feb. 24 ceremony might be a tall order, but seeing the five best picture nominees? That's doable. And, if you live near selected AMC Theatres locations, it's downright easy. On Feb. 23, the chain will be presenting all five best picture nominees between 11 a.m. and 11 p.m. for just $30 total.

Even better, as far as I'm concerned: AMC also throws in a free large popcorn and refills, plus a pass that lets you come and go as you please throughout the day — so even if you've already seen two of the movies, it's still a deal to see the other three. The day kicks off with Michael Clayton in the morning and There Will Be Blood and Atonement in the afternoon. The evening winds down with Juno and closes with No Country for Old Men.

Sound good? You can buy tickets online now — and then you'll be all set in time for your Oscar party.

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gruaig_rua gruaig_rua 9 years
What an amazing deal - I'd love to do this!
emsmiley emsmiley 9 years
they are doing it right up the road from me! I have always wanted to really know what all the Best Pic movies were like on Oscar night. Great Idea!
fasttalkingdame fasttalkingdame 9 years
Hrm... well, I do need to see "There Will Be Blood" and "No Country for Old Men," and I would love to see "Juno" again... but I was never interested in "Michael Clayton," and I think I could stand going through the emotional wringer that is "Atonement" again so soon. So for only 3 movies, $10/each isn't that great of a deal, even with popcorn. That's a great marketing idea, though!
bhilb bhilb 9 years
This is a great deal, too bad I've seen all of them except Michael Clayton, which I can get off Netflix!
krazykarot krazykarot 9 years
I've actually already seen three of the five and I have plans to see one more this upcoming week. Even if it would be worth it for me I've tried to see two movies in a row in one theater and it isn't as fun as you'd think. I get really restless and somehow the second movie ends up seeming the lesser movie because my attention was stretched so thin by then.
aMused aMused 9 years
This is a cool idea, but I don't think I could sit in a theater all day long.
SugarCat SugarCat 9 years
Definitely a good deal! I have to see Juno, Atonement, and Michael Clayton after this weekend. Planning to see There Will Be Blood then.
i-am-awesomeness i-am-awesomeness 9 years
Well, that wouldn't really be a good value for me because I've already seen three of those movies: There Will Be Blood(freaking awesome movie!), Atonement, and Juno. And I don't really want to see Michael Clayton. And none of my friends want to see No Country for Old Men(one friend did and she liked it)... and I don't have anymore money after seeing those 3 movies plus my lovely Alvin and the Chipmunks haha.
snapsh0t snapsh0t 9 years
That's a great idea - the theater I always go to is AMC. I've already seen all of them, but I could stand to see No Country for Old Men again, and there's never too many times you can see Atonement. ;) The only one I probably wouldn't see again is Michael Clayton. It was good, but not really my cup of tea.
Linda-McP Linda-McP 9 years
What a great idea! I've seen three of the five nominated films so far; looking forward to watching Michael Clayton and There Will be Blood in the next two weeks. Wish I could take advantage of this deal.
verily verily 9 years
I couldn't sit still for that long! And I'd only be interested in seeing There will be Blood and No Country for Old Men. Already saw Juno...and the other two don't look interesting to me.
Phasekitty Phasekitty 9 years
This is really awesome- I think I'll definitely do this just to see the two I haven't seen and rewatch the other three! It may be a tall order Buzz, but I try my darndest to see all the nominated films every year. I'm holding strong at 18/39 (I watched 5 this weekend!) and I'm really hoping this is my year. Thanks for this tip! If anyone's interested in my progress, you can head to my profile to see my reviews and join my Academy Awards group ;-)
Francesca-Fiore Francesca-Fiore 9 years
Bummer, there are no AMC theaters near me, maybe we don't have them in Oregon? Oh well. Awesome idea though!
ehadams ehadams 9 years
I would love to go to that, but they don't seem to be doing it in many theatres. I live in Los Angeles and can't find any near me that are doing the event, despite the fact that there are like 3 AMCs in walking distance from my house. Sad!
Renees3 Renees3 9 years
That's an awesome deal. I don't know if I could sit through all these at once. They're So different. And I got bored in there will be blood, my butt started to hurt. But I loved Juno and would like to see it again!
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