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Where to Watch the Oscars This Sunday Night

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Sunday night's Oscar night! If you feel like sharing the marathon viewing experience with a room full of like-minded movie-lovers, here are ten spots around town where you can fill a seat. Put on your Prada and pass the popcorn; it's Oscars time.


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The Big Picture Cinema

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Dress up all fancy-like for the annual Oscar bash at the Big Picture. Basic tickets are $10, with upgrade packages available.

The Bloor Hot Docs Cinema

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Hosted by CTV's film critic Thom Ernst, there will be prizes and trivia contests. Free, but ticketed; contact the theatre.

Innis Town Hall, UofT

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Free popcorn, and a competition to guess the Oscar winners.

Magic Lantern: Carlton Cinema

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Big screen! Oscar pool! Best-Dressed Customer award! Champagne! Free admission with charitable donation.

Drake Hotel

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Critic Richard Crouse hosts the Drake's Oscar party. Dress up nice, play trivia, nosh on free popcorn.

The Office Pub

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A professional photographer will be on hand to snap you in your swellest gowns and tuxes (or your sweats). Trivia games, special Oscars menu, $6 martinis. Free admission.

The Pint House

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Multiple screens, half-price wings and $10 pitchers of Molson's. It ain't the Ritz, but it'll be cozy.

The Fox Theatre

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Free admission, but there'll be a donation box at the entrance with all funds going to ACT. They're showing the pre-show, too.

Spoke Club

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A fancy champagne party, hosted by "one of Toronto’s finest." (They don't specify finest what, though.)

Revue Cinema

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The annual Oscars-watching party at this Roncey institution, starting with the 7pm red-carpet show.

The Big Picture Cinema

Dress up all fancy-like for the annual Oscar bash at the Big Picture. Basic tickets are $10, with upgrade packages available.

The Bloor Hot Docs Cinema

Hosted by CTV's film critic Thom Ernst, there will be prizes and trivia contests. Free, but ticketed; contact the theatre.

Innis Town Hall, UofT

Free popcorn, and a competition to guess the Oscar winners.

Magic Lantern: Carlton Cinema

Big screen! Oscar pool! Best-Dressed Customer award! Champagne! Free admission with charitable donation.

Drake Hotel

Critic Richard Crouse hosts the Drake's Oscar party. Dress up nice, play trivia, nosh on free popcorn.

The Office Pub

A professional photographer will be on hand to snap you in your swellest gowns and tuxes (or your sweats). Trivia games, special Oscars menu, $6 martinis. Free admission.

The Pint House

Multiple screens, half-price wings and $10 pitchers of Molson's. It ain't the Ritz, but it'll be cozy.

The Fox Theatre

Free admission, but there'll be a donation box at the entrance with all funds going to ACT. They're showing the pre-show, too.

Spoke Club

A fancy champagne party, hosted by "one of Toronto’s finest." (They don't specify finest what, though.)

Revue Cinema

The annual Oscars-watching party at this Roncey institution, starting with the 7pm red-carpet show.