Falling Down (1993)
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ordering breakfast at a fast food restaurant
Poster is in the Nazi surplus store
Shot of a snow globe falling and breaking
Crazy man harassing a woman on the telephone
Gang member has the word razorback (another Warner Brothers work) tattooed on his chest
Prendergast reaches for his gun, only to discover it's not in it's holster
Slimer gumball machine can be seen at the ice cream store
The Wolverines from Red Dawn are painted on the army surplus store
Sandra says Foster is dressed like G.I. Joe
Cop: thank you for your cooperation
Garfield toy can been seen in a car
Torn poster can be seen at the ice cream shop
Crow: "Mark Hammill in: 'Falling Down.'"
Frank Grimes' s look is based on the Michael Douglas look for that film
When Kitano threatens to shoot Shuya, Shuya fires at him. Before falling, Kitano reveals his pistol is merely a water gun. The same thing happened to Michael Douglas in "Falling Down."
video clip "Man on the Edge"
When the resurrected Patience Phillips begins to psychotically and violently lash out against various flaws she sees in society was paying homage to falling down
George Lucas mentions this movie when talking about Michael Douglas
The journey the lead character takes in this film makes reference to the Michael Douglas performance in Falling Down.
A man frustrated with the various flaws he sees in society, begins to violently lash out against them.
A man frustrated with the various flaws he sees in society, begins to psychotically and violently lash out against them.
Same basic story structure of a man violently lashing out against pet peeves
Included in a $2,000 question
Restaurant scene redone with a freeze ray instead of a gun
VHS tape seen
The character Chad is based off of Michael Douglas' character in Falling Down.
Mentioned in dialogue.
mentioned by Carl
mentioned in dialogue
Shawn says, "Your boy went all Mikey Douglas, 'Falling Down.'"
Movie is reviewed.
"The movie Falling Down didn't have this much falling down."
Movie is reviewed.
"This movie is like Falling Down if D-Fens only had a so-so day."
Seen on TV.
Adele is playing this game at one point in the movie.
Scene from it is shown.
footage appears throughout
Footage from this is featured.
A fragment is shown.
Clips shown in a segment on Michael Douglas.
Foster chastises a guy
Foster: "Well I guess you're outta luck, aren't you?"
While the Fire Marshall and Jeremy are talking outside the fire station, a William Foster impersonator is seen in the background sporting a buzzcut, baseball bat and briefcase and also beats up a man.
The resturant scene is spoofed
The main character of Falling Down is spoofed
There's a scene in which a man (dressed just like Michael Douglas in Falling Down) helps you open up a blocked road using a bazooka - just like in Falling Down!