Christopher Walken and Colin Farrell star in this criminal comedy that gives us some good looks at bottles of both Shiner and Shiner Bock.
Leonardo DiCaprio and Christopher Walken abbeer together under a Schlitz neon sign in this bio-crime drama. There’s also a Pabst Blue Ribbon neon and a partial Hamm’s sign.
After a horrible car wreck and coma, Christopher Walken awakens with the ability to see the future in this film based on the Stephen King novel. I wonder if he saw the whole Bruce Jenner thing coming. Anyhoo, he abbeers with a couple bottles of Budweiser on the kitchen table and a bottle of Michelob with Anthony Zerbe.
Al Pacino and Christopher Walken co-star as aging crooks who get the old gang back together in this crime comedy. There’s a bevy of cool bar room signs including Old Milwaukee, Miller and Pabst. We also get a beautiful Budweiser Clydesdale sign. If that wasn’t enough, legend Billy Dee Williams appears in a painting pitching his trademark Colt 45.
This 5 Oscar winning film (Christopher Walken Best Supporting) illustrates the impact of Viet Nam on the lives of people in a small steel town in western Pennsylvania. Rolling Rock, Iron City and Duquesne represent the Keystone State admirably. There’s a bunch of Miller High Life cans in the POW scene and during supermarket visit we get Robert DeNiro and …