The Goonies (1985)
When Chunk first hears Sloth's voice, he says that it "sounds like Kong."
characters are shown watching "Captain Blood"
One Eyed Willie's ship, The Inferno, was modeled after Erroll Flynn's ship.
The "Swordfight" theme of the Dave Grusin score is taken directly from the theme music for "Adventures of Don Juan," by Max Steiner.
The music played when the kids discover the tunnel in the Fratellis' hideout by accidentally pouring water down it, is the same piece of music played in The Great Escape (1963) when the Germans discover the prisoners' first tunnel by accidentally pouring coffee down it.
Sloth says "Hey, you guys!!!!" a lot, which refers to this show.
One character says that Martin Sheen "Played Kennedy once"
mentioned in dialogue
The model ship at the film's end has a miniature R2-D2 hidden on the deck.
Chunk uses the line "I got it. I got it. I don't got it" while juggling the glass water dispenser, which is a reference to the recurring gag from "High Anxiety."
At the climax, Sloth pulls off his shirt, revealing a Superman shirt. The theme music from the Superman movies plays.
The newspaper photo of Chester Copperpot is identical to the image that appears framed on Judge Oliver Wright's desk.
A character references another character's top score in the game
When Chunk calls the police to explain about the Fratellis, the cop disbelieves him, recalling all of Chunk's wild stories. One involved "little creatures that mutate when you pour water on them."
Mouth wears a Purple Rain t-shirt throughout the film.
This documentary is about this movie.
Regarding the Ghost Busters initial capture of the three 'Ghosts R Us' ghosts, Winston says that it was "like taking candy from a Goonie".
Seen on a movie poster at a cinema.
A poster of this film can be seen in a videostore
While in the tent, the boys ask Sean Astin's character if he's going to tell them about the time he and his friends found this old pirate ship in a cave, in reference to his role in The Goonies.
Tom: "We're on an adventure, just like the Goonies!"
Brian mentions the film
Joel: "We're havin' an adventure, just like the Goonies!"
"We're having an adventure, just like the Goonies"
"As did the Goonies"
Crow: "We're having an adventure, just like the Goonies."
"Just like the Goonies"
Crow: "They're havin' an adventure, like the Goonies."
The false suicide note is adressed "to whom it may concern". Jake Fratelli pretends his suicide in "The Goonies" to escape from prison. His false suicide note is also adressed "to whom it may concern".
Repeated line of dialogue
Cartman says "What the hell are we? The Goonies?" so Kyle says "Yeah, we're the Goonies, Cartman. Why don't you pretend like you're the fat kid?"
Reference occurs when main character climbs down well in Modoc and picks up bag of money.
Madeline: I hate nature! (This is a classic line from the movie The Goonies.)
When Gord shows a bunch of jewels to Betty - this is highly similar to the scene in the Goonies where the kids are inspecting the jewels found at the end of the film
Mentioned on The How Do You Say? Ah Yes, Show
Dennis's friend wants to see the network premiere of this film.
"Do the Chunk Shuffle!"
Marcus' reaction to a dead body is exactly the same as Chunk's.
Seth: You can never have too many copies of The Goonies.
Interview with Corey Feldman talks about this movie and lines from it.
A guy in the lunchroom puts lunchmeat on his face and says "Baby Ruth" in the voice that Sloth uses in The Goonies.
Referenced during guest introduction segment, as on of three movies that made Corey a superstar.
On a theatre marquee featured prominently in one scene you can see the 4 titles I'm including in this submission.
Plot is similar, featuring a young group of kids in an adventure in their neighborhood.
Mentioned by title.
Mentioned by Marshall
The title of this episode references the character Sloth.
The girls talks about the movie
Tristian says they will have an adventure just like the Goonies
The main characters fantasize over what a sequel would be like nowadays.
A poster is seen on Evan's wall.
Juno refers to Bleeker's mom as looking like a hobbit, specifically the one who was in The Goonies.
when a TV is turned on, the music video to The Goonies is playing
Lemon finds out her parents took Mitch to see The Goonies the day of her football game.
Kumar asks Harold if he has a Baby Ruth to mollify the creature in the basement, because that is how Chunk made friends with Sloth in The Goonies.
Referenced by Lorenzo McIntosh
Aunt Jillian has a copy of the film
They mention the movie
Mentioned during the monologue and by Mark Wahlberg
Holly wears a T-shirt with the words "The Goonies" on it
Poster visible in Norman's office.
There is a bone organ in Oregon during the "Raiders" scene
Reggie mentions that he saw "The Goonies" and that Sloth scared him.
In segment "Los Goonies II" Cyndi Lauper (played by Joaquín Reyes) tries to reunite the original cast of 'The Goonies' to make a sequel and get rich.
Poster visible in Cyprien's office
Conan O'Brien compares a photo of Raiders owner Al Davis to a photo of Sloth
Onscreen crawl of movies edited by Cleanflix
Evan says to Cappie, "Down here it's our time."
They mention watching the movie to celebrate Columbus day since it is a Chris Columbus film.
"Chunk's mum isn't too pleased..."
Lutz does the Truffle Shuffle
Mentioned by name
Listed as a Best Picture nominee in the "Access Hollywood" segment
roger associates steve and his friends to the cast of Goonies
A still is shown from the film
When Gary wonders how Sasha can not know Goodfellas, she retorts, "Do you know anything from The Goonies?"
Lily can recite every line from the movie.
DVD cover shown.
"The Goonies of the Caribbean rush in to give Peter some much needed help."
when Melanie first sees Elka's secret stash in the basement, she says she feels like being in The Goonies
movie mash-up answer: The Blue Lagoonies
Mark Zuckerberg: "Did you just quote Goonies?"
Appears on the list of DVD releases of November/December.
in a fake interview, Jay asks John Boehner what he thought of the film
Critic says Krang's body is a strange mix between Dolph Lundgren and that weird giant from The Goonies"
Video case is shown in a video store.
Cash wears a logo T-shirt for it
At Mike's house, before entering, Brent says "Goonies never die."
episode revolves around protecting a DVD of its sequel
John is wearing a Goonies t-shirt
Conan talks with Noah Wyle about the film being partially made on his show's set
Mentioned by Caleb.
"Goonies never say die"
Corey Feldman's title card mentions him being in this movie.
References the "It's our time, down here" speech.
Pat talks about the time Kit did the truffle-shuffle to a cop.
Schmidt mentions movie to Nick
Title mentioned when John Doe turns out to go by the name 'Francis Fratelli'
Penny asks Max why he's dressed like Josh Brolin from "The Goonies".
Players can earn an achievement called "Goonies Never Die" by beating an episode without dying.
Title on screen in clip from Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan's Hope
Both Adam and Laura use the phrase "If you hit the wrong note we'll all B-flat" in their movie quote drinking game.
Title used as answer to question in Wheel of Movie Taglines category
Ross refers to Corey Feldman as a Goonie.
Tyler (to Milo): "You gotta stop with this adventure stuff - we're not the Goonies!"
After re-enacting the robbery, Candy (Vanessa Hudgens) tells Faith (Selena Gomez) that she can be a Goonie too.
Mentioned in conversation
Juanita refers to Dr. Yamamoto, who wears an eye patch in this episode, as "One-Eyed Willie."
In the level 'Mines of Moria', you can play a bone piano to lower a bridge like in the movie
Clark is seen wearing a "Goonies Never Say Die" t-shirt during the ending credits.
Howard mentions the movie by name.
says Corey Feldman was too busy making this film to come back for Friday 5.
Homage to tunnel scene where they find Chester Copperpot's wallet.
"Are they big fans of The Goonies?"
Tuc Watkins tweets that he went to a 1980s-themed party as Josh Brolin from the film
Stuart unlocks the door to the Oracle with a keyboard and the floor falls away like the scene in The Goonies where they use a piano and the floor falls away.
Patrick says The Goonies is his favourite film of all time.
Barney mentions the movie by name.
mentioned in two conversations
Abed says, "We're like the Goonies, except our story tracks logically."
Mentioned in dialogue
Luce refers to the film by title.
The waterslide scene is a homage to the Goonies!
The film footage of the pirate sliding down the sail using a knife is footage of Douglas Fairbanks in The Black Pirate
the movie playing on tv in the basement
Scene on the television of pirates swinging on ropes is from this film
it's shown playing on a TV set
Game appears in this film
Game appears in this film
This documentary is about this movie
Footage of this movie is shown.
DVD release reviewed + footage used
Footage from this film was edited into this mini-series.
Chris says he loved this film so much he bought the game, References to the game being a sequel to this film and Footage Shown.
Footage Shown when referenced
Clip given as a tribute to Mary Allen Trainer's acting career
Brett's Movie Gadgets segment
Footage of Josh Brolin's early movie career
James McAvoy's #5 Favorite Film
Clips of mistakes shown
Clip of Josh Brolin's first film, in the bicycle-convertible scene
Adam Goldberg mentions this movie by name and a clip of the movie is shown
Number 4 in the Countdown
the girl on the toilet and the breaking of the sewage pipes is straight out of The Goonies
While in the sewer the Griffins run into the goonies and Peter makes Chunk do the truffle shuffle.
Costumes and ending spoofs the ending of 'The Goonies'
Toot does the Truffle Shuffle.
Meg has to bring a Baby Ruth to Sloth held underneath the Superstore USA. News Caster Diane uses the tagline
"A Stonie always gets high" is a spoof of "A Goonie never dies."
Sloth becomes a little too friendly
Peter mentions One-Eyed-Willy
Title reference; the kids searching for lost treasure underground mirrors the plot of Goonies, and they reunite with their parents at the beach, just like in the movie; Cindy Lauper sings a parody of "Goonies are Good Enough".
The characters travel in a cave filled with obstacles.