Check out John Cusack’s beer scenes from “High Fidelity”, “Better Off Dead”, “Sixteen Candles”, “The Grifters”, “Hot Tub Time Machine”, “Class”, “One Crazy Summer”, “Serendipity”, and “Pushing Tin”.
The only brew sighting here is a can of Budweiser on a picnic table with John Cusack and Curtis Armstrong.
John Cusack is a small time conman in this drama that features generous Miller placement. High Life, Lite and Genuine Draft are all spotted. A white wigged Angelica Huston and young sailor Jeremy Piven also abbeer.
A malfunctioning hot tub transports John Cusack, Craig Robinson, Rob Corddry and Clark Duke back to 1986 in this wacky comedy. There are multiple scenes with a (possible) fake label that I’ve never seen before.
This entertaining comedy/drama/romance/music gives us some good beer moments. Record store owner John Cusack goes BTM (beer to mouth) with a can of Hamm’s, Jack Black is spied with a Dos Equis and former ‘Cosby’ kid Lisa Bonet “Heads for the Mountains” with a bottle of Busch. Carlsberg, Heineken and Miller Lite also appear with Joan Cusack, Sara Gilbert and …
This 80’s cult classic comedy gives us two imported canned beers that we usually see in bottle form. John Cusack goes BTM (beer to mouth) with a Beck’s and Curtis Armstrong is spotted with a St. Pauli Girl. Second bananas Bobcat Goldthwait and Tom Villard abbeer in both scenes as well.
John Cusack stars in this romantic comedy and goes BTM (beer to mouth) with a can of Heineken. There is also a rare bottle of Balk from the Land Grant Brewing Co. Columbus Ohio.
John Cusack and Anthony Edwards abbeer together in multiple scenes with cans of Rolling Rock and Miller Lite and High Life. The lovely Daphne Zuniga shot-guns 2 different fake brands and Cusack juggles half quart cans of Colt 45. There’s also a nice collection of imported bottles.
Prep schooler Andrew McCarthy has an affair with his roomie’s, Rob Lowe, mother who is played by the lovely Jacqueline Bisset. Old Style is well represented with bottles, cans, a sign, tappers and a pitcher. John Cusack and Alan Ruck (Cameron from ‘Ferris Bueller’s Day Off”) appear at the poker table.
Suburban Chicago is the setting for this John Hughes directed high school romantic comedy. Anthony Michael Hall and John Cusack appear with an excellent ‘Beer-a-myd’ constructed of Special Export, Blatz and Old Style & O.S.Light cans. A neck braced Joan Cusack is also spotted in one of the many Old Style scenes.
The boys return for the predictably horrible sequel however only John Cusack appears in frame with a beer. I think it’s safe to say there won’t be a third installment to this played out pair of pictures.
Those air traffic controllers work hard and play harder. John Cusack and Billy Bob Thornton guzzle down any and all Coors product they can get their hands on.