Peggy Sue Got Married (1986)
The a cappella music montage over her sleeping face as she awakens from her fantasy
Michael refers to the title while referring to Peggy Sue
In his discussion of "The Last Tango in Paris" (1972), Gene Siskel mentions two movies (including this one) that deal with returning to the past.
on shelf in video store
Video case is shown in a video store.
ballet uniforms modeled after prom dress
Sheen makes a reference to this movie by saying to Peggy ''Tsu'' "Do you think she is married?"
When the Hare Club For Men begin their ceremony they each dip an easter egg and ring a handbell, similarly to a mason lodge sequence in Peggy Sue Got Married
Included in a $10,000 question
The main character travels in the own past and fixes bad things in the own life, Ines tells about the future 20 years in advance, like Peggy Sue did in the older movie,
"So Charlie Bodell ties her down..."
Title mentioned by Conan and Simon Helberg during his interview
Mentioned in dialogue
among films directed by Francis Ford Coppola
mentioned as an early role for Joan Allen
Siskel's #5 pick; Ebert's #9 pick.
Richard Potter mentions it. Also, footage of this movie is shown.
the famous arm-behind-neck scene is spoofed
Video "Peggy Sue got murdered"