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Shaft (2000)

Samuel L. Jackson takes on the role that Richard Roundtree made famous in the 70’s. There are bottles of Heineken and NFL Hall of Famer Lawrence Taylor abbeers with a background case. Christian Bale is spotted with a San Miguel neon and unknown bottles and we also spy Samuel Adams and St. Pauli Girl tappers.

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Keeping the Faith (2000)

Ben Stiller and Edward Norton play a rabbi and a priest, respectively, who both fall in love with Jenna Elfman. Imports are the flavor of the day as we spot bottles of Heineken & Murphy’s Irish Stout, a Foster’s tapper and Harp and Bass neon signs.

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Blown Away (1994)

Jeff Bridges and his father Lloyd star in this Boston Bomb Squad adventure that features Guinness bottles, signs and a t-shirt. Tommy Lee Jones plays the escaped bomber and abbeers between Stroh’s Light and Pabst Blue Ribbon neons. There’s also plenty of Budweiser and a nice array of neon signs including Harp, Old Milwaukee, Bud Light and a ‘Say Bull’ …

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Hustle (1975)

This is a great post. In the opening credits we spot a kid wearing a crochet Olympia can hat. Then, beer legend Burt Reynolds is seen with two different Oly signs. Finally Robert Englund, who you may remember as ‘Freddy Kruger’, appears in front of a cooler with half quart six packs of Oly, Schlitz,and 102. Tuborg and Harp sixers …

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25th Hour (2002)

A great movie with a great cast deserves, and gets, great beer placement. Edward Norton, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Barry Pepper and Rosario Dawson clearly enjoy their imports with sightings of Foster’s, Harp, Tsingtao and Bass. Budweiser bottle and Bud Light neon also appear.

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Only the Lonely (1991)

John Candy is a Chicago cop who lives with his mom, Maureen O’Hara, while courting Ally Sheedy in this romantic comedy. There’s good neon here including Special Export and Special Ex Light. The highlight though is the lovebirds enjoying their own private fireworks show with an Old Style under the exploding scoreboard at Comiskey Park which also happens to have …

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Back to School (1986)

Rodney Dangerfield stars as Thornton Melon who’s the world’s oldest living freshman. There’s plenty of Miller products to be seen and we get a nice variety of neon including Harp, Magnum and Little Kings. Adrienne Barbeau and Burt Young appear and Robert Downey Jr. is spotted with a nice vintage Blatz sign.