AMC Theaters Offers Oscar Marathon

On February 23, AMC Theaters around the country will be offering moviegoers the chance to catch up on their Oscar nominees for Best Picture – Michael Clayton, There Will Be Blood, Atonement, Juno, and No Country For Old Men. They’re charging a one-time fee of $30 for all five flicks, a large popcorn with unlimited refills all day, and a “collectible” pass that allows you to come and go as you please (Markland says he’ll be skipping Michael Clayton).

It looks like every AMC is running the same program with the same schedule. CLICK HERE to check out their full list of participating venues.

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4 thoughts on “AMC Theaters Offers Oscar Marathon”

  1. I’ve seen all these films except There Will Be Blood (which I do want to see, badly), and Michael Clayton was my fave. All were great, and I’ve seen No Country twice, but Michael Clayton was damn good. Juno is the winner if you’re on a date though – it is totally pro-sex and anti-condoms.

  2. I don’t think it’s every AMC doing this. When I looked at the site, it didn’t show listings for anything on the west side. We’re likely to go to Burbank for our Oscar-y goodness.

  3. Great news.

    Osacr marathons are always something special.

    Speaking of movie marathons when are you going to post the rest of the Wright Stuff podcasts?

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