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Appleton East to host Best Picture nominee marathon

10:34 AM, Feb. 6, 2013  |  Comments
Want to be the biggest know-it-all in the room come Oscar night? Marcus Appleton East is giving you that opportunity.
Want to be the biggest know-it-all in the room come Oscar night? Marcus Appleton East is giving you that opportunity.
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So just how seriously do you take your Oscars? Are you catch-a-couple-of-the-nominees casual or have-a-Best-Picture-checklist diehard?

If you count yourself among the latter camp, grab your tub of popcorn and settle in for a movie marathon of epic proportions.

Marcus Appleton East Cinema in Appleton is showing all nine Best Picture nominees - yes, nine - during a two-day Best Picture Series on Feb. 16-17.

"Beasts of the Southern Wild'' (11 a.m.), "Amour'' (1:10 p.m.), "Les Miserables'' (3:40 p.m.), "Argo'' (6:50 p.m.) and "Django Unchained'' (9:20 p.m.) will be shown on Feb. 16. "Life of Pi'' (12:30 p.m.), "Lincoln'' (3:10 p.m.); "Silver Linings Playbook'' (6:10 p.m.) and "Zero Dark Thirty'' (8:50 p.m.) will be shown Feb. 17.

Series tickets for Feb. 16 are $30, and $25 for Feb. 17. Or catch both days - and be the smartest person in the room on Oscar night on Feb. 24 - for $50.

- Gannett Wisconsin Media

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