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The Brits have acquired several new hobbies after the internet proliferation. Although the online casino is still the most attractive entertainment activity there, bingo has also become the top game played offline and online. In fact, this social game has existed since the mid-1500s and despite the appearance of various games of pure chance; this game has maintained its reputation. Several movies and TV shows were, thus, inspired by the bingo and some of them were nominated as the best films of all time. Fortunately, we at SammyBingo, are always devoted to guiding you by giving the most successful movies with bingo scenes that will stay unforgettable among the viewers and the bingo enthusiasts.

Inglorious Basterds

Released in 2009, Inglorious Basterds is a timeless movie written and directed by Quentin Tarantino. The film is starring Hollywood’s popular actors such as Brad Pitt, Michael Fassbender, Diane Kruger, Christoph Waltz, Til Schweiger, Eli Roth, Daniel Brühl, and Mélanie Laurent. Inglorious Basterds is inspired by the Italian import of the Inglorious Bastards in 1978 which is about the Jewish-American soldiers who are selected to kill Nazis during World War II. Lieutenant Aldo Raine (Brad Pitt) is the leader of the group and his men are all Jewish-American soldiers that always accomplish his particular requirements. No one, in fact, played bingo in this World War II drama but colonel Hans Landa (Christoph Waltz) exclaims “That’s a Bingo!” all the time. Inglourious Basterds is among the highest-grossing film at that time as it made more than $321 million in theaters worldwide.

Bad Grandpa

Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa also known as Bad Grandpa was nominated for an Oscar as the first installment in the Jackass film series. This American comedy film was launched in 2013 and written by Tremaine, Spike Jonze, and Johnny Knoxville. The film is about the retired and widower Irving who has to solve his daughter Kimmie’s dilemma by taking Billy, his grandson to stay with his father until Kimmie gets back out the jail. Directed by Jeff Tremaine, this popular movie is starring Johnny Knoxville and Jackson Nicoll. Bad Grandpa is a bingo fan and he really enjoys going to the bingo hall. Actually, he is not a player but just a viewer, and to impress the players around him, he drank the bingo marker fluid. A sequel of Jackass Forever, the first Jackass film, is set to be released in February 2022.

Big Momma’s House 2

Probably, Big Momma’s House 2 also known as Big Mamma 2 was one of the most unforgettable movies. This crime comedy film was released in 2006 and the sequel to Big Momma’s House in 2000. This second installment of the Big Momma film series was directed by John Whitesell and was a box office success and grossing $141.5 million. Starring Martin Lawrence retaking his role as FBI agent Malcolm Turner, this sequel is different compared to the original version as it takes on a family-friendly tone. In this iconic bingo scene, Malcolm has to interpose when two of her friends talk aloud during the game of bingo. At the end of the film, Malcolm decides to return home to reunite with his wife, the stepfather of her son Trent, and their newly born son.

Conclusion

Bingo is a social game that has always been remarkable in the UK hobby culture. Evidently, with the growth of the online bingo site, bingo scenes in movies are the factors to push people to watch these films. As a matter of fact, these scenes have always provided some memorable moments to the viewers making them among the highest-grossing films. Hence, these movies are worth to be watched because not only do they allow the aficionados to enjoy the fun and excitement provided by this game but the performance of actors behind the scenes is amazing.

Author: James Berrycloth

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