Under Siege (1992)
The scene where the helicopter approaches the battleship is taken from the movie Under Siege
Ripped eyes scene is referenced
Seagull eye gouges his foe in the final climactic battle in both films
Martin and the gang talk about this movie after having just seen it
Roger Ebert compares "The Fugitive" (1993) to another Andrew Davis movie.
"Under siege" Joel: ". . . with Steven Seagal"
Crow: Even beat out Under Siege.
Video case is shown in a video store.
Crow: "Chuck Brown is 'Under Siege.'"
Mentioned by name
Dave mentions the film
Mentioned in the dialogue.
The player spitting in the water cooler.
Eddie Griffin mentions Steven Seagal being an ex-Navy Seal
on shelf in video store
When the cook says he's only a cook and not responsible, Tony mentions how Steven Segal's character was the cook and what he did in that film.
Discussed in an interview.
Vik says Segal's fighting technique is quiet like Aikido and a cook. Segal played a cook in Under Siege
Shawn says, "Steven Seagal used a spatula to deflect bullets" in "Under Siege."
Mentioned when discussing the best of Steven Seagal.
mentioned by Sander
Jake says that he is just a cook.
calls it a Die Hard clone
When Mike is training the OK team, he says, "If you walk by the door, you have to become the door." Casey Ryback says virtually the same line: "You walk by a hatch and you see the enemy, you become the hatch."
Steven Seagal is mentioned in this role at the dinner table
Phil (when Lizzie points out that he's just the mailroom guy): "Yeah. And Steven Seagal was just the chef."
Mentioned in dialogue.
mentioned by Tom
one of many action films inspired by Die Hard
One of the ex-Navy SEALs henchmen is named Casey Ryback which was also Steven Seagal's character's name.
Mention by Joe
Poster is seen
The cast references Commander Krill from the film.
The film's final line said by Tommy Lee Jones's Max Adams character, "Bang! You're dead", is also said by his character William Strannix in the earlier movie Under Siege (1992).
Siskel's #10 pick.
Clips are shown.
chronicling the works of Steven Seagal
Clips shown in a segment on Casey Ryback.
watched on TV
Number 28 in the Countdown
Clips are shown.
recalling a more "dignified" death for Patrick O'Neal's character
Reference to a dancer popping out of a cake.
In the kitchen room, a guard spits in the soup, just like one of the guys did to Casey Ryback's soup in "Under Siege."
Movie scenes spoofed as 'Under Attack'.