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One Day | Every Oscar Nominee | $30

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I'm usually the first to slag the large theater chains for their lack of creativity in programming. As such, I feel compelled to point out when they actually make a good decision. In this case, AMC is doing something so obviously cool that I can't believe it isn't done every year (maybe it will be going forward). This Saturday, several AMC theaters in the Southland will be hosting a marathon of this year's Best Picture Nominees. For only $30 (including a free large popcorn and unlimited free re-fills) you can see Michael Clayton, There Will Be Blood, Atonement, Juno and No Country for Old Men. Click herefor all the details.