This article is sponsored in part by The Rum Diary, available onBlu-ray and DVD February 14th (What's this?) Booze and films go together.Not only are filmmakers and actors some of the best drinkers, a recent study that sampled601 movies found alcohol use in 92% of them. Seeing Old School's Frank the Tankknock back beers, The Life Aquatic's Steve Zissou sip Campari on ice and TheRum Diary's Kemp swig spiced rum from the bottle makes the mouth water. Sincedrinking alone may cause alarm, get friends over for a movie cocktail night. With everyoneon a budget these days, it’s a great way to spend a night. It can also be a romanticdate that’s easy on the bank account. Below are the best and most unique drinks fromcinema history. You’ll seem like a celluloid mixologist, introducing friends to new cocktails, movie facts,and the history behind the drinks. Continue Reading ]More...[/url]