Oscar Best Picture nominee marathon at AMC multiplexes around the U.S. starts today


If you’ve still got some catching up to do on the Oscar nominees for Best Picture, you’ve got a few hours left before the first day of multiplex chain AMC’s annual Best Picture showcase begins. For only $30, today only, you can see Philomena, Dallas Buyers Club, The Wolf of Wall Street, and 12 Years a Slave. Then, on next Saturday, March 1st, for just $40, you can see Nebraska, Captain Phillips, Her, American Hustle, and Gravity. (See the full list of participating ’plexes here.)

Or, in just a few cities — Chicago, Dallas, Kansas City, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New York, and Washington — you can see all nine movies in one go next Saturday, March 1st, for a measly $60. (See here for the locations of those cinemas.)

For more info, see AMC Best Picture Showcase.

I’ve seen all the Best Pic nominees — though I still have to review some of them — but I do have some other nominees to catch up on. Which is what I’m doing this weekend…

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Mon, Feb 24, 2014 7:32pm

It seems like a good idea, but I’ve read MaryAnn’s comments on “four movie days” — by the last film of the day, are you really going to be taking in everything that’s there to appreciate?