Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984)
The Plot is that Mr. Rumbold gets security cameras and watches everyone in the department and Mr. Peacock references George Orwell at the end.
Poster hanging on the wall of Mann's Chinese Theater.
A Character says 'Choco rations down two grams, doubleplus ungood'
Video case is shown in a video store.
In one scene Dewey teases Nikolai by saying "What Big Brother didn't teach you how to swim"
Upon entering a secret room full of video monitors and tapes one of the characters says, "It's like 1984 in here."
The wife, Julia, is named after the love interest in this film, and there are other references
Donald sets Year 11 the book
When Madred interrogates Picard, it is very much like the interrogation of Winston, with specific references to 4 and 5.
"Just like Big Brother warned you!"
Kane can be heard saying "He who controls the past commands the future. He who commands the future conquers the past." A slightly altered quote from 1984
"Really Really Big Brother"
Daria says: "Look at the time. It's 1984 already"
The 1984 "Victory" logo appears on a public monitor.
The "PlanEx" commercial is a parody of an Apple Mac commercial, directed by Ridley Scott in 1984, and directly references "Nineteen Eighty-Four" by George Orwell.
Father speaking from huge screens to the people
The poster is shown
Johnny: "Hold on a minute. You've got total access to my home security cameras, but I'm not allowed to know how? Seems very 1984, doesn't it?"
The living quarters are similar to the victory mansions where Winston lives, and there are small hovering cameras that are used for watching residents in these apartments. A torture room named "Room 101" is also seen at the beginning of the game. Also, citizens are forced to wear blue denim overalls, just like in Nineteen Eighty Four
totalitarian police state, independent thought is outlawed, thought police etc.
The drawing on Dwayne's T-shirt is the face of Big Brother
Logan says that he'll keep a journal of his thoughts in case Veronica wants to stick his face in a cage of rats.
The "Big Brother" face that appears on monitors in 1984 is seen on one of Warlock's monitors in the early part of his big scene
In a conversation with Pete, Chloe refers to Lex as "Big Brother".
"Big Brother", by Samson, is sung over clip.
Mandy and her friends read this book and there are various refrences to it like her dad being like Big Brother.
Referenced by name
Book and movie mentioned in class
Poster visible at Godzilla Internet Café
Oliver says, "Welcome to 1984: The Sullivan Edition."
Chloe refers to herself as "Big Sister."
Rusty puts "big brother is watching me" on his pledge's t-shirt
Big Brother is mentioned
Mentioned as one of the films "Priest" supposedly is a rip off of.
"Big Brother Is Watching You"
Some similarities, both films take place in a totalitarian police state where the citizens are constantly spied on, independent thought is outlawed & Lord Business is like a Big Brother figure (there's even a sign that says Lord Business is watching you).
Many similarities, Both films feature society being divided into separate groups following the aftermath of the "great war", their citizens are living in a totalitarian police state, independent thought is outlawed, there's also a room where Tris is faced with her greatest fears (referencing Room 101) and the dystopic/post-apocalyptic setting
Jeremy asks Jaren, "What, are you the Thoughpolice?" Travis then says "Thoughtcrime? What is this? 1984?"
Mentioned by Antonia Quirke when reviewing Unbroken (2014)
featured on Veidt's monitors
Some scenes are shown
Clips are shown for the review. Thumbs down from Siskel; thumbs up from Ebert.
The Big House spoofs many parts from 1984, such as everyone being under constant surveillance, the boss is a Big Brother like figure ect.
The whole episode is a parody.