Jackson filmed a promotional video for the song, which originally was a segment of his 1988 film Moonwalker.
The music video is edited from the "Smooth Criminal" segment of the movie.
Jackson filmed the video as a promotional video for the song, which originally was a segment of his 1988 film Moonwalker.
The video was also featured in the 1988 film Moonwalker.
The video game is based on the movie.
During the studio back lot foot chase Michael hides out in a costume storage room. The pan which ultimately reveals the rabbit costume he will wear also includes the mask of The Cowardly Lion from The Wizard of Oz (1939).
There is a scene in Moonwalker in which Michael Jackson turns into Pee-Wee Herman.
The Doctor performs a variation of the anti-gravity lean from the Smooth Criminal segment.
Oxygen sleeping chambers
(Rabbit in "Speed Demon" section)
It is mentioned briefly, about how the game based off of this was a possible game to be reviewed for the episode.
At the beginning, the Critic thinks he's reviewing this film.
Critic claims this movie to be as self-indulgent as Sidekicks
"Suck it, Smooth Criminal!"
One of the characters pays homage to Michael Jackson's look in the 'Smooth Criminal' video. Also there are references to angels, transformation, and the stars in the sky mixing with people in an audience.
choreography and setting from "Smooth Criminal"
Board James mentions a lost customize board game that he made based off of this movie.
When Tzimy tries to get Steve to take part in the traditional dance, Steve replies that he prefers "the moonwalk"
Hewy examines the filmography of Bruce Broughton
"Thanks to: Jerrid Foiles. Smooth Criminal".
Cheerilee gives Spike a white fedora that matches the one Michael Jackson wears in "Smooth Criminal".
Todd suggests reviewing this, but the Critic says he already did it.
Video case is shown.
The Moonwalker Michael Jackson appears in one of the fan artworks.
Brad mentions the moonwalk
"Man in the Mirror" is used prominently.
A fragment of this film is shown in this episode
Clips from Moonwalker are shown during the 80's segment
Reviewed, clips shown.
clip shown in opening credits
Film is talked about, clips shown.
Carlton's fantasy sequence as a hero plays out similar to Michael Jackson's character in Moonwalker, complete with "Smooth Criminal" soundalike song
Teemu does "Moonwalk" during a shoot-out.