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See all 9 Best Picture nominees here Feb. 16-17

3:00 PM, Feb. 6, 2013  |  Comments
Ben Affleck's 'Argo'' returns to Bay Park Cinema Friday, or you can catch it with the eight other Best Picture nominees during next weekend's two-day Oscar marathon at the theater.
Ben Affleck's 'Argo'' returns to Bay Park Cinema Friday, or you can catch it with the eight other Best Picture nominees during next weekend's two-day Oscar marathon at the theater.
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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.

Bay Park Cinema in Ashwaubenon is showing all nine Best Picture nominees - yes, nine - during a two-day Best Picture Series 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.

It'll be the first time "Beasts of the Southern Wild'' and "Amour'' have played locally.

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.

That much screen time (about 24 hours total) requires sustenance. Series attendees will be able to take advantage of the Super Award Combo - a large soda and choice of large popcorn, nachos or pretzel bites for $8.

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