In Shutter Island, whenever Leo smokes, he gets cigarette lit by someone else. Which shows he was a patient as mental patients are not allowed to have matches.
In Rocko's Modern Life: Static Cling, Rocko pops in an orange Fatheads VHS tape, referencing the old Nickelodeon tapes which always came in their signature orange color.
Linda Hamilton has a twin sister, and that the impressive looking shots in T2 of Sarah Connor and the T-1000 impersonating Sarah Connor were just Linda Hamilton and her twin.
Transformation of the alien
Steven Spielberg's DUEL (1971) - The exterminator car that David Mann mistakes for a police patrol car is called Grebleips Pest Control. Grebleips is Spielberg backwards.
In the movie Face Off there is an ingen cabinet in the lab used to swap the faces. The ingen company is the company that creates the dinosaurs in Jurassic park. Both movies are set in the same universe.
How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World. Astrid and Hiccup wear insignia resembling their dragons (Deadly Nadder and Night Fury).
In "Hot Fuzz" the purple guy who stands out among the entire town. When arrested his name is named "P. Cocker" (peacocker)
Philadelphia (1993) - At the beginning of the film, Miller (Denzel Washington) tells his assistant to bring champagne to celebrate his newborn; specifically Don Pérignon, but changes his mind when he learns its price. At the end of the movie, it's the brand he brings for Beckett (Hanks).
In Sam Raimi's Spider-Man, the opening credits scene has a scene with the skyline of LA despite movie taking place completely in NYC
In Rocko’s Modern Life: Static Cling, the company slogan of Conglom-O changes throughout the film. It starts off as “We still own you”, then it changes to “We own squat”, and at the end it changes to “We still own you again.”
In Godzilla: King of the Monsters, they used motion capture for Ghidorah, & it’s kinda funny to watch..
In the Karate Kid(1984), Daniel replies to Mr Miyagi that why couldn't he use a fly swatter instead of the chopsticks. In The Karate Kid (2010), Mr Han uses a fly swatter.
In Avengers: Endgame, Captain America takes four pym particles. Two for him to return to the present with Stark and two for him to go live out his life with Peggy in the past, eventually returning to the present.
In Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014), when Steve enters his apartment the song that Nick Fury is playing when he comes inside is the same song Steve and Peggy dance to at the end of Avengers: Endgame (2019)
Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2019) - The four main Titans are credited as themselves.
Terminator 2: John and his friend are listening to Guns N' Roses when head to the Galleria Mall, foreshadowing the moment that T-800 catches up to him and saves his life during the first attempt on John's life, setting in motion a new future course for him.
Stay-Puft marshmallows on the counter during the egg scene in Ghostbusters
1992 "Aladdin": "I'm here to answer all your MIDNIGHT prayers." 2019 "Aladdin": "I'm here to answer all your MIDDAY prayers." The latter makes the movie more religiously accurate, because the last Islamic prayer of the day is supposed to be "between sunset and midnight." (BBC)
In Bohemian Rhapsody during Live Aid, Mike Meyers character Ray Foster flashes on the screen at exactly the point in “We are the Champions” that Freddy says “no time for losers.”
In Gladiator, Commodus is so nervous to be named heir, because in the entirety of the Empire there had been only one other occasion in which a biological son succeeded his father.
In Contact, the flashback mirror scene perspective is created with several tricks to create a unique shot..
In Empire Strikes Back Boba Fett isn’t fooled by Han Solo hiding the Falcon on the Star Destroyer because he’d realized that Obi-Wan had fooled his dad, Jango, with that move years before.
In The Avengers, the countdown to the nuke detonation matches near-exactly with the actual film time, unlike many movies which stretch out the count.
When Colette informs Alfredo about their co-workers, then she talks about La Ruse, where in the background you can hear the one of the works from composer Micheal Giacchino; who also worked on the soundtrack for ‘Medal of Honor’ and ‘Ratatouille’
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