Movie Drinking Games

I don’t know about you, but I’m getting tired of these war movies. If only I could have drank when I saw the movie. Everyone else does in the film, so why can’t you?

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The movie’s funny, and since it’s so British, why not go to a pub and knock back a few pints before, during and after the film. Here’s some help.

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Anyone who has ever been to Vegas knows that you get free drinks at the blackjack tables. And while this will cloud your mind and hinder you in counting cards, free drinks would be great in a movie like 21.

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So here we are again with another Judd Apatow movie. But it’s different this time. Drillbit Taylor stars Owen Wilson and it’s PG-13. But that shouldn’t stop you from knocking a few back… if you’re of age.

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Can you believe it? Another Asian-style horror flick. And while this one isn’t from Japan (it’s from Thailand, originally), it does take place in Japan. So pull up a bottle of sake and toast another Asian-horror remake about haunted cameras and ghosts in pictures… oh, and the awesomely hot Rachael Taylor.

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As it is with many of Will Ferrell’s films, they are funny sober and funnier drunk. So, here’s our contribution to the cause.

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If you’re opting to see it without the munchkins in tow, you might want to knock back a few and have fun in the fantasy world.

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Please drink responsibly, and don’t piss off a white-haired Sam Jackson.

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You may not be able to go drinking with Vince Vaughn in person, but that shouldn’t stop you from drinking with Vince Vaughn… at least in spirit.

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There’s only a moderate amount of drinking in the film, but the audience is going to need to be sloshed to actually enjoy this one.

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