It's not a terribly bad deal, either, with $35 dollars getting you access to one of the five-movie days, or a $60 dollar pass getting you access to both days. Each day you attend, you'll also receive a "free" $10 gift card for using on sugary treats. (Why do companies always say that the things you get when you pay for them are "free?") Unless things are wickedly different outside San Francisco, AMC offers free refills on large popcorns and sodas, which means that you'll at least be watching good movies as your body slowly dissolves from within; a 2009 study showed that even a medium popcorn serving at some chains can have up to three days' worth of saturated fats. Just sayin' that you might want to sneak in a granola bar or something, hippie.
If you're truly hardcore, there's also the crazy option of experiencing all ten films on Saturday the 26th, stretching into the early morning hours of Oscar Sunday. 24 straight hours of amazing movies would make even me cry with joy at The King's Speech, as if I didn't already. Luckily, either way, you'll have a lanyard that will grant you unlimited in-and-out privileges for the days that you attend, letting you hit that Mel's Drive-In for a relatively healthy banana split in lieu of that awful popcorn.