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up to receive features as they are published, including up-to-date movie recommendations and notifications about what to watch. With the holidays approaching, my thoughts turn to parties, and the uptick in food and alcohol consumption that goes with the season. Though technically a depressant, booze usually cheers me up and fortifies me, particularly when confronting a room full of relative strangers. Not surprisingly, alcohol is a recurring theme in many of our most beloved films.

As we all know, by loosening our defenses and inhibitions, liquor accentuates mood, intensifying joy and sadness, affection and anger. Whether its role is benevolent or corrosive depends, of course, on the drinker, their personality and their circumstances. And in that seemingly obvious observation lies the stuff of great stories. Below is my list of favorite drinking scenes.

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Some are side-splittingly funny, others unbearably sad. But they all speak to the human condition and help make the movies in which they appear more powerful, insightful and memorable. Stream it tonight. In a bittersweet scene in this screwball classic, Cary Grant and Irene Dunne make a sad toast as their divorce is about to come through. The champagne, of course, is flat. His drunken exchange with the sober Cary Grant is justly famous.

Just when bar owner Bogart is beginning to recover from a broken heart, the lady in question Ingrid Bergman walks right back into his life. He drinks, and he vents.

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Ray Milland rips your guts out as a falling down drunk who bullies, begs and cajoles bartender Howard da Silva for one more shot of rye. This film still packs a punch all these years later.

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Gangster Edward G. Robinson publicly humiliates his boozy mistress Claire Trevorforcing her to sing a song in exchange for a drink. On a lighter note, Elwood P. Dowd James Stewart enjoys a pop, but never imbibes alone. He always buys a round for Harvey, the six-foot tall invisible rabbit who never leaves his side. To his mounting frustration, everyone orders something else.

Things get messy when everyone drinks too much at the local picnic. The scene where the lonely C. C Baxter Jack Lemmon gets hammered at a bar on Christmas Eve and ends up taking home a floozy manages to break your heart even as you laugh. All of which is borne out later. George Clooney and Jennifer Lopez may be on opposite sides of the law in this highly entertaining Elmore Leonard adaptation, but that hardly affects their sexual chemistry when they meet for cocktails.

Charlize Theron is a gorgeous, alcoholic writer who returns home and simply assumes her old boyfriend Patrick Wilson will leave his wife for her.

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HINT: Search by film title, actor, director, genre and more to find great movies. Posted on The Awful Truth In a bittersweet scene in this screwball classic, Cary Grant and Irene Dunne make a sad toast as their divorce is about to come through. The Bank Dick W. Casablanca Just when bar owner Bogart is beginning to recover from a broken heart, the lady in question Ingrid Bergman walks right back into his life.

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The Lost Weekend Ray Milland rips your guts out as a falling down drunk who bullies, begs and cajoles bartender Howard da Silva for one more shot of rye. Key Largo Gangster Edward G. Harvey On a lighter note, Elwood P. The Apartment The scene where the lonely C. Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Out of Sight George Clooney and Jennifer Lopez may be on opposite sides of the law in this highly entertaining Elmore Leonard adaptation, but that hardly affects their sexual chemistry when they meet for cocktails. Young Adult Charlize Theron is a gorgeous, alcoholic writer who returns home and simply assumes her old boyfriend Patrick Wilson will leave his wife for her.

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