Kiefer Sutherland is an undercover cop who allies himself with a Native American and abbeers with a Coors neon. There’s also a shiny green can of Genesee Cream Ale and an unknown mystery bottle on the table.
There’s plenty of nice, bright neon on display in this comedy drama featuring Robert DuVall, Glenn Close and Randy Quaid. Rolling Rock, Rock Light, New Amsterdam, Heineken, Woodpecker and Guinness all appear. Jason Alexander is bellied up to the bar with a great multi-tapper that includes Double Diamond and Genesee Cream Ale.
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 …
Patrick Fugit plays a high school kid who tours with a 70’s band to do a story for Rolling Stone Magazine. There are some rare beers on display in Genesee Cream Ale, Black Label and Goebel and some common brands as well in Miller, Schlitz, Heineken and Pabst.