Old-timey-looking plastic popcorn buckets with red and white stripes work best for this, but if you're on a tight budget, a standard colored plastic bowl works well, too. Fill the bucket about a third of the way with newspaper to make the rest of the items pop out visually.
Fill the bucket with merchandise from your giftee's favorite movies. Whether they include Star Wars figurines or a Godfather T-shirt, make sure the items lie flat so they form a base for the rest of the gifts to be layered on top.
Vintage movie posters really add a thoughtful touch to the basket and ensure that it doesn't look like something you picked up at a gift shop. Even better, find memorabilia signed by the cast and crew of your giftee's favorite movie. It might be costly, but for close family and friends, the cost is well worth seeing their reaction. To avoid being ripped off, be sure to do your homework and make sure autographs are authentic.
No movie is complete without a few munchies. Add a few bags of popcorn, boxes of candy and other snacks you know the person enjoys. You get added points if the candy is homemade, but no one turns down store-bought chocolate and fruity treats.
While you've spent a lot of time looking into what movies your giftee enjoyed in the past, you can give her plenty of movie memories for the future. A movie-theater gift card will help her see the movies that she's been waiting all year to see but that she's been holding off on for the cheaper DVD rental.
Once your ultimate movie lover's gift pack is complete, wrap it all in colored cellophane from the bottom up. Lift your gift pack and place a large piece of cellophane underneath, then gather it upward, securing it with a twist tie or clear rubber band. Voilà! It's the perfect gift for moviegoers of any age.
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