Tango & Cash (1989)
Cash refers to Tango as "Bullwinkle."
Tango says, "Bye-bye, birdie."
Cash refers to Tango's cellmate as "Cousin Itt."
The mirror scene in the end battle with jack palance,is more or less a copy of the mirror scene from Bruce Lee enter the dragons final battle
Tango hums the "Jaws" theme.
Tango says to one of the jail inmates, "I loved you in Conan the Barbarian"
A cop says that Tango thinks he's Rambo, to which Tango replies "Rambo was a pussy". Stallone, of course, plays both Tango and Rambo
"When this is over, we have to pay Jabba the Hutt here a visit.."
A newspaper headline refers to Tango as "Beverly Hills Cop."
Stallone firing a gun at an oncoming truck to get it to stop, coupled with the truck's driver and passenger crashing through the windscreen when it stops, pays homage to a very similar scene in the Jackie Chan film "Police Story" a.k.a. "Ging Chaat Goo Si" (1985), in which Chan's character stops a double-decker bus in a very similar way.
Movie title on theater marquee during opening credits.
A small poster can be seen in the video store where Benny rents his videos.
Two main characters are partly based on Tango and Cash.
Joel: "She looks like Kurt Russell in 'Tango & Cash.'"
Crow: "Hey, guys - a whole chapter on 'Tango & Cash'!"
The scenes where Parodi and Lorenzi meet and when Tango and Cash meet are exactly the same.
Title mentioned by Will Ferrell in car accident sketch
Caroline (after paying her cable bill): "Tonight I can go home and watch 'Tango & Cash' with a clear conscience!"
Todd's service record includes the Cash Medal of Honor.
Two characters of this short nickname themselves 'Tango' and 'Cash'.
Onkey tells Merv over the phone that "This time I'm Tango, you're Cash!"
Max refers to him and Paddy as "Tango and Cash".
character refers to by name
Stewie uses it as radio call sign
Gus says, "Who are the other investors? Tango and Cash?"
Mentioned in dialogue
Castle compares himself and Beckett to the title characters
Jordan and The Beaver praise the movie.
Story #20 is titled "Tango and Crash."
Mentioned by Seth on Weekend Update
Alan refers to Jeff as "Tango."
mentioned in dialogue
Mentioned by the hosts.
Mentioned during Breckin Meyer Interview
Alan refers to Jeff as "Tango" once more
Chris Pine mentions watching the film at a bachelor party
Francis makes a referance to the two leading characters from the film.
Dave: "So, basically Alex and I are like Tango & Cazsh, or Franklin & Cazsh, or Rizzoli & Isles & Cazsh..."
Castle refers to Ryan and Esposito as "Tango and Cash".
Directly mentioned in lyrics
titltitle visible on one of the Chances' video tapes
On Weekend Update, Anthony Crispino makes a reference to a film called "Django & Cash."
Noah (to George): "I thought that you were Tango and I was Cash."
Jeff refers to Mark as "Cash," and Mark refers to Jeff as "Tango."
mentioned by Mike
Mentioned in dialogue
Referenced in Barry's love rap.
Mentioned during Seth's rant about Netflix
Kurt Russell mentions he acted with Sylvester Stallone once and Graham mentions the title; a still is shown
Scorsese, "Very perceptive, Tango, or are you cash ?"
also directed by Andrey Konchalovskiy
Robin tells Beast Boy that they cannot be a team because they would be "tango and cash."
Opening scene is an homage to Tango and Cash opening scene.
Featured in the closing montage.
Excerpts appear in the film.
This movie is basically a spoof of Tango and Cash. The two main characters, however, are not police officers but two rivals gay beutiticians who were brought together by circumstances.