La Femme Nikita (1990)
Footage from this movie is used.
There is a poster visisble in the living room of Barney's apartment
"La Femme Monkita" is mentioned as a fake title for a movie that features monkeys prominently
A young woman is trained to be an assassian and the resturant shootout scene is similer.
The male lead relates the female lead, a young hitwoman, to "Nikita".
A "La Femme Nikita" poster is visible in Jip's bedroom.
The ICA is based off on the organization Nikita worked for.
Referenced in the song "So What'cha Want".
Title mentioned in relation to composer Eric Serra
Paige says to the alternate Piper: "And you're not La Femme Nikita!"
Dave: 'I give my love and devotion to a woman who turns out to be an emotional "La Femme Nikita".'
The start screen of bonus game "Seprate Ways" Ada is seen posing the same way Nikita is posing on the movie cover.
referenced in correct response in "Really Tough 'Wheel of Fortune' Puzzles" category
"See I'm the long leaner Victor the Cleaner" (lyrics)
In the city of Olympia you can see advertisements for "Leon" and "Nikita". Although they look like company names, both are famous (movie) killers, both created by Luc Besson.
When they discover Lana's spying on Lex, Chloe refers to her as "La Femme Nikita".
Besson's movie is mentioned once.
Casey plans to attend the Dead Man's party dressed as Nikita.
Chuck is in a restaurant with Sarah. He thinks he's there for a nice dinner, but in fact he is given the mission to kill someone, as a test for becoming a spy. The same final exam is given to the lead character in Nikita.
Maggie Q mentions that her series "Nikita" is based on the French film
Hanna says to Spencer: 'And when were you going to clue us in on your double agent status, Nikita?'
Mentioned by Castle.
Galahad mentions this film to Eggsy when explaining their relationship
Referenced in dialogue
Clip shown during 'Best Blowups' and 'Women with guns' fake nominees
The Video Pick of the Week.
Spoofs the reborn again as special agents scene.
Newman plays the role of "The Cleaner" with bottles of milk rather than bottles of acid that were used by "The Cleaner" in Nikita.
Porn parody of classic movie