After leaving the Army, Brian Flanagan tries to get a marketing job in New York. But without a college degree, this was not possible. He then decides to start studying for a business degree at the local City College and gets a part time job as a bartender. He realizes that its not that easy, but when his new boss Douglas Coughlin teaches him the secrets of the bar trade and they become the most famous bartenders in town. Both Brian and Doug Coughlin want their own top class cocktail bars someday and Brian's Cocktail Bar is to be called 'Cocktails & Dreams', and in order to get the necessary money to open it, Brian travels to Jamaica to work as a bartender at a resort Tiki Bar, and the pay is good. There he meets Jordan Mooney, a young and pretty, up and coming American artist on vacation with her girlfriend from New York, staying at the Island resort. Jordan and Brian spend some quality time together and fall in love. But when Brian takes a dare from his old buddy, Doug Coughlin to ... Written by
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When he pours, he reigns.
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Did You Know?
Brian and Doug's bartending skills are referred to as "flair bartending." John Bandy, a flair bartender, trained Tom Cruise for the film. See more
When Brian pours Jordan a beer in the Jamaican bar, he is also making a drink for another customer. You then see Jordan take her first drink, and yet there is only about an inch high of beer in her glass. See more
Come on, put it to the floor! Come on! Let's go!
Referenced in JCVD
Written by John Bettis
and Michael Clark
Performed by Jefferson Starship
Published by The Walt Disney Music Company, ASCAP/Wonderland Music Company, Inc., BMI/John Bettis Music (administered by WB Music Corp.),
ASCAP/Flying Dutchmen Music (administered by Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp.), BMI
Produced by Phil Galdston
and Jefferson Starship
Courtesy of RCA Records/Grunt Records See more