In the Line of Fire (1993)
Mel Brooks muses about spoofing this picture
Discussed during Larry's interview with Gene Siskel.
Forrester: In the Line of Fire, it ain't.
A still is shown for the "In Current Release" bumper. Two thumbs up.
Apu jumps in front of James Woods to protect him from a bullet, in slow motion and screaming "NOOOOO!"
Title is displayed on a movie theater marquee.
Mentioned by name in an opening courtroom scene
Dr. Forrester finds a ticket stub for this movie among Frank's belongings.
Roger Ebert cites this movie as a pre-"Forrest Gump" example of using computers to add live actors to historical footage.
In "Three Tenors and You're Out," a Frank Horrigan caricature is seen in the crowd.
Seen on marquee at Columbia Headquarters
Cortez: "Do you make an effort to be obnoxious, or is it just a gift?" Ray: "It's just a gift."
Douglas tells his Secret Service bodyguards to rent the film.
There is a poster of it in the first office (Dreamworks office) shown (the addition to be the focus of this movie)
correct response in "Fred Thompson, Acting Senator" category
Video case is shown.
Turk mentions it in dialogue
Mentioned by Vinny Vedecci
Title reference; similar plot line.
John Malcovich's character, Marvin Boggs, says to Victoria (Helen Mirren), "I remember the Secret Service being tougher," is possibly a reference to Malcovich's character in In the Line of Fire when toughman Clint Eastwood played secret service agent Frank Horrigan.
Mentioned by DiNozzo
Mentioned by Urgant.
Mentioned in dialogue
title mentioned by two characters
While interviewing Dylan McDermott, Queen Latifah mentions this movie
Clips are shown.
Clips shown during Clint Eastwood presentation
a clip is shown in a montage of Rene Russo films
clips shown in DVD trailer
a clip is shown in a montage of John Malkovich films
Spoofed with Malkovich as Mitch Leary
The segment "In the Line of Johnny" is a spoof of this movie.
The double's diving save of the assassin's bullet is just like Frank Horrigan's.