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Ticket take: Catch the Best Picture nominees

6:58 PM, Feb. 13, 2013  |  Comments
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Good news if you're up for seeing just one Best Picture nominee, instead of nine at this weekend's movie marathon at Bay Park Cinema in Ashwaubenon.

Individual tickets will be available at regular admission prices for all the films shown during the Best Picture Series Saturday and Sunday. That means if "Amour,'' which hasn't played the market and is not yet available on DVD, is the only film you haven't crossed off your list yet, you can catch it at 1:10 p.m. Saturday.

But for Best Picture bingers, the best deal is to pay $50 to see all nine nominees, or $30 for five on Saturday and $25 for four on Sunday.

Saturday: "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.)

Sunday: "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.)

007 gets wild: Daniel Craig narrates "One Life,'' a BBC wildlife documentary showing at 2 p.m. Feb. 24 and 7 p.m. Feb. 27 at Bay Park Cinema. The feature-length film focuses on the journey of all living things, from finding food and seeking shelter to finding a soul mate and raising young. Regular matinee and evening admission prices apply.

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