Matt Dillon and his crew of junkies, including Heather Graham, rob pharmacies to get their fix. Bottles of Miller High Life are the brew of choice in this destructive drama.
This dice shootin’ drama stars Matt Dillon and Tommy Lee Jones and features some excellent vintage signage. Bar wall signs include 2 Carling Black Label, a nice Miller High Life bottle in a bucket and an outstanding Iroquois cash register sign. There is also top notch neon with Meister Brau, Grain Belt and a partial Ballentine Ale. Old Style neon …
Matt Dillon stars in this tale of trouble making suburban Colorado teens. The opening credits give us a Coors 40 oz. and later there are cans of Olympia, Budweiser and Busch as well. Miller High Life and Schlitz are spotted in store cooler.
See Matt Dillon’s beer scenes from “Wild Things”, “There’s Something About Mary”, “You, Me & Dupree”, “The Outsiders” and more.
Matt Dillon and Kevin Bacon pull off a rare ‘Double BTM’ (beer to mouth) with cans of Coors in this steamy crime drama. The lovely Denise Richards and Neve Campbell co-star but sadly don’t appear with a brew.
Owen Wilson is the free loading friend of Matt Dillon and, to a lesser extent, his wife Kate Hudson. Bud Light, Budweiser Select and regular Bud are seen in the form of bottles, cases, dart boards and soccer neon. Seth Rogen appears with a Michelob Ultra neon sign and Bill Hader makes a beer cameo as well.
Its the Greasers vs the “Soc’s” in this star studded drama. Cast includes a veritable who’s who of young Hollywood including Tom Cruise, Rob Lowe, Patrick Swayze, Matt Dillon, Ralph Macchio, Emilio Estevez and let’s not forget C. Thomas Howell. We spy Schlitz bottles, Coors can & neon and Budweiser bottles and partial billboard.
“You’re dreaming about gorgonzola when it’s clearly brie time Baby.” This outrageous romantic comedy features fantastic stars and bountiful Budweiser placement. Cameron Diaz, Ben Stiller, Matt Dillon, Lin Shaye and Chris Elliot all deliver memorable performances and are spotted with The King of Beers. In my humble opinion, the Farrelly Brothers finest work.
Twenty somethings Bridget Fonda, Campbell Scott and Matt Dillon are looking for love in this Seattle based romantic comedy. Not a lot happening beer wise but we do get a nice shot of a well placed Bud can in the garbage.