Academy Awards 2013: Best Picture Marathon Seems Awful

Each year, AMC hosts its Best Picture Marathon. The event is exactly what it sounds like: evey Best Picture nominee is screened back-to-back-to-back (this year, multiply that by three). This year, L.V. Anderson and Forrest Wickman from Slate and Scott Meslow from The Week chronicled the marathon of movies in real time.

The results did anything but make me want to go to next year's edition. Here was the schedule:

10:00 a.m. Saturday: Amour
12:20 p.m.: Lincoln
3:20 p.m.: Argo
5:35 p.m.: Django Unchained
9:30 p.m.: Les Miserables
12:30 a.m. Sunday: Zero Dark Thirty (Nice one, AMC!)
3:20 a.m.: Life of Pi
5:40 a.m.: Silver Linings Playbook
7:55 a.m.: Beasts of the Southern Wild

The end result from each writer's adventure? They wanted to go to sleep.

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