Sure, watching a movie is fun, but have you ever considered that movie drinking games might be more fun? Combine the best of both worlds and have a movie marathon while also hosting pre-drinks. So, grab the beer, grab the pillows and get ready to watch your favourite films in a way you’ve never seen them before.
For a night of movie drinking games, there’s no better film to start with. Hilarious and light hearted, playing the movie drinking game with the Hangover is a surefire way to get everyone in the party mood.
- Stu mentions/touches his missing tooth
- Alan copies what Phil is doing
- You see the new Vegas landmark
- Someone gets hurt
- Neon lights are in view
The Lord of The Rings
The Lord of the Rings is on a slightly different note to the hangover, but now you’ve got the laughing out of the way, it’s time to take a trip to middle earth. Remember, this film is almost 3 hours long – so there’s plenty of time to get perfectly merry.
- Frodo says ‘Sam’ at any point
- You see the ring close up
- Anyone says ‘precious’
- Anyone speaks anything that is not English
- You see the eye of Sauron
The Wolf of Wall Street
If you remember how many intoxicating substances are used in The Wolf of Wall street, we’re sure you’ll agree that this is a perfect film to play the movie drinking game with. However, try to not end up like Jordan trying to get into his car by the end of the film…
- You see anyone naked
- Anyone snorts something
- Someone says the F word
- You laugh
The Great Gatsby
If you read the great Gatsby in GCSE English, this is a great method of forgetting you ever resented it. The Great Gatsby is a film of incredible wonder, beauty and heartache. You’re sure to need a drink by the end anyway to drown your sorrow – we’re just helping you get there quicker with the movie drinking game.
- A new 21st Century song is played
- Daisy makes things worse
- Lana Del Rey plays
- You see the T. J. Eckleberg sign (the spooky eyes)
It’s time to end on a true classic. Die Hard is perhaps a film you have seen far too many times already, but it’s still great every time, isn’t it? Get ready to see it like you’ve never seen it before, with the grand finale movie drinking game. (That’s if, after the first four films, you can still see)
- Anyone is killed or injured
- There is an explosion
- John talks to himself
- A walkie-talkie is used
- You are reminded that it is Christmas
And there you have it: our guide to the best night in, being merry and playing movie drinking games. We have, however, worked it out, and altogether these films would take around 11 hours to watch in a row – so, I guess you better get started!
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