It’s only natural that you get a bit of alcohol into your system during a night out with friends or even other times when you just feel like it. For watching a movie when drunk, a couple of benchmarks that the films in question must attain. For starters, they must be simple and enjoyable, requiring elements that aren’t too deep or confusing. Even then, they have to be able to hold the viewer’s (or viewers’) interest(s) during the entirety of their runtimes. While most of the pictures on this list check the above boxes, there are a couple of inclusions that I felt were necessary even though they don’t satisfy all the conditions.
I don’t think the films that you can watch while drinking can be defined just like that. They become a sort of event that then control the atmosphere in which they are presented. They’re a little over the place, and so their viewing calls for a couple drinks. These movies you are going to enjoy the most when slightly intoxicated, since sometimes those parties just aren’t complete without a movie to end the night with! Here is the list of top drinking movies ever. These are really good movies to get drunk to. You can stream some of these drinking movies on Netflix, Hulu, or Amazon Prime.
12. The Hangover (2009)
The inclusion of ‘The Hangover’ on this list is pretty much a no-brainer. It’s a simple comedy that anyone can enjoy. The plot is completely fresh, original, and inviting, plus the events that take place are downright outrageous. This picture that pretty much revolutionized mainstream comedies when it came out tells an easy-to-follow story of a couple of friends who arrange a bachelor party in Las Vegas, spending the night with one drink too many, resulting in them waking up the following morning with absolutely no memory of the hours spent prior. Oh, and the groom’s missing too. The crazy thing about this film is how it manages to tell a coherent story while being insanely hilarious at the same time. It’s the kind of flick I would put on to watch with friends because I know I’ll have a good time. Not a lot of pictures have that special quality to them, and this is part of what makes ‘The Hangover’ a comedy classic.
11. Killer Klowns from Outer Space (1988)
The film is about a bunch of aliens who look like clowns and their mission to take over the world. Why wouldn’t it be perfect for a night of drinking? Making sense of the plot involving the klowns’ (yes, with the ‘k’) dark, twisted master-plan of converting human beings into cotton candy is really of no use. There is no doubting the ridiculousness of this film, but it works because it doesn’t take itself too seriously. The movie is aware that it is absurd, and it acts as a sort of self-parody because of this. It is a B movie in every sense of the word, and I love checking it out from time to time. It’s like the film requires you to turn your brain off before going in, and just enjoy the ride. It’s a colorful and decidedly kooky world that you’re gonna get here. It’s fun and though it’s mostly harmless, I find it very memorable even with its dry sense of humor.