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Remake of 

L.A. Takedown (1989) (TV Movie)

Edited into 

Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles: Some Must Watch While Some Must Sleep (2009) (TV Episode)
An opening helicopter shot for this episode is a shot from Heat that's been slightly distorted.

References 

Criss Cross (1949)
Rififi (1955)
Bullitt (1968)
The climactic airport foot chase strongly resembles the one in Bullitt (1968), including numerous shots, camera angles, movements of planes, shooting, and even the baggage cart that drives across the frame.
Thief (1981)
Crime Story (1986) (TV Series)
the scene where Vincent finds out his wife is cheating, removes the TV set, and kicks it out of the car
Crime Story: Pursuit of a Wanted Felon (1986) (TV Episode)
Mike Torello will not let his wife's lover watch his television, and takes it with him when he storms out of the room. This scene is reprised almost word-for-word, when Vincent Hanna discovers his wife's boyfriend. Both projects are produced by Michael Mann.
The Killer (1989)
L.A. Takedown (1989) (TV Movie)
Sea of Love (1989)
Frank (Pacino) says to Terry, "Who?" Terry replies, "What are you, a fucking owl?" Pacino has nearly the same line in "Heat."

Referenced in 

The Oprah Winfrey Show: Summer Movie Reviews (1996) (TV Episode)
Appears on a list of new home video releases that Siskel and Ebert recommend.
Donnie Brasco (1997)
Al Pacino saying "Open Sesame".
Aprile (1998)
Rushmore (1998)
In the scene where Max buys dynamite, he flashes an ID and says, "Could you make the order out to Ready Demolition, Tucson, Arizona." This is the line used to buy explosives in Val Kilmer's first scene in Heat (1995).
Spin City: An Officer and a Gentleman (1998) (TV Episode)
Paul: "It keeps me sharp (snap), on the edge (snap), how I gotta be."
Very Mean Men (2000)
Jimmy D. says he sat in the same seat at Bob's Big Boy where Robert De Niro sat in "Heat."
Comedy Central Presents: Jim Gaffigan (2000) (TV Episode)
mentioned in comedy routine
Sugar & Spice (2001)
Inside 'Manhunter' (2001) (Video)
mentioned once
3000 Miles to Graceland (2001)
Cybil and her son have the last name Waingrow, same as Kevin Gage's character in Heat
Biography: Al Pacino: Inside Out (2001) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by narrator.
Showtime (2002)
Panic Room (2002)
Bearer bonds.
Round Up: Deposing 'The Usual Suspects' (2002) (Video)
Bryan Singer states that Al Pacino read for the role that was eventually played by Chazz Palminteri, but didn't do it because "he was playing a cop in another film" which would be Heat.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (2002) (Video Game)
Kaante (2002)
The encounter with the heavy shootout between the robbers & the cops just after the bank robbery in Kaante is a direct inspiration from a similar sequence in Heat. Also the planning for the "big score" in both the films is similar.
Old School (2003)
Dinner Conversation
Ed: Babysitting (2003) (TV Episode)
Linda says she named her dogs 'Pacino' and 'De Niro' because they were together in "Heat"
44 Minutes: The North Hollywood Shoot-Out (2003) (TV Movie)
Although Michael Madsen mentions Heat(1995) on camera in this docudrama as a thematically similar "fiction", the real LAPD of 1993-1995 in fact silently advised on Heat(1995) for this real incident's adaptation into Heat(1995). Life imitating art imitating life.
I Scream (2003) (Short)
film features an elaborte heist of an ice cream truck, similar to the heist in HEAT.
Give and Take, and Take (2003)
with Will Kane's assertion to Ricky that he will not go on a 'score. Not on the prowl and definatley not strong' (ie. not cat burglar style and definately not through any front doors with guns and masks).
Jersey Girl (2004)
Video case is shown in a video store.
Michael Blanco (2004)
The way downtown Los Angeles is shot in Michael Blanco is a clear reference to the way Michael Mann shot downtown LA in Heat.
Collateral (2004)
Michael Mann references another of his films, Heat., which begins on the MTA in Los Angeles and ends at LAX while Collateral begins at LAX and ends on the MTA.
City of Night: The Making of 'Collateral' (2004) (Video)
When Michael Mann talks about Mick Gould, he mentions that Mick also worked with him in Heat.
Talk the Talk (2005) (Short)
Mentioned by Gangster
Brick (2005)
The shot when Brendan looks into Tug's car to ask to see The Pin, it's a near match to the shot in Heat where Vincent Hanna asks Neil McCauley if he wants to get a cup of coffee on the freeway when they first meet.
Fun with Dick and Jane (2005)
Jane mentions it in the car, while talking to Dick. After, a few unsuccessful robbery attempts.
Triple-X Tom (2005) (Video)
poster behind Tom in the first scene
HBO First Look: Miami Vice: Undercover (2006) (TV Episode)
mentioned once
Cashback (2006)
Jenkins quotes Neil McCauley: "What am I doing? I'm talking to an empty telephone. There's a dead man on the other end of this line." And adds: "We should watch the bank robbery shootout on my plasma screen at home."
Dhoom:2 (2006)
Cop and criminal he chases meet and discuss how they feel about killing each other while at the same time having respect for each other.
Shootout at Lokhandwala (2007)
Cop (leading investigation) and criminal (gang leader) meet in a restaurant and discuss how none of them will hesitate to shoot other, though they have met and talked face to face.
Allemaal film: De amerikaanse droom (2007) (TV Episode)
Title is shown
Siskel & Ebert: Episode dated 27 October 2007 (2007) (TV Episode)
Roeper briefly talks about it in the American Gangster review.
Kane & Lynch: Dead Men (2007) (Video Game)
The mission "Tokio Streets" is a homage to the LA Downtown shootout.
Frank TV: Money in the Frank (2007) (TV Episode)
Mentioned in Pacino and DeNiro at the Movies skit
I Am Legend (2007)
DVD seen attached to the wall of Neville's weapons cabinet
The O'Reilly Factor: Episode dated 22 January 2008 (2008) (TV Episode)
Referenced during 'The Great American Culture Quiz' segment.
Grand Theft Auto IV (2008) (Video Game)
The mission 'Three Leaf Clover' features a bank heist that goes wrong, forcing the robbers to engage the Police in a gun battle to escape.
Numb3rs: Atomic No. 33 (2008) (TV Episode)
Robin's surprised this isn't Don's favorite movie
Peep Show: Burgling (2008) (TV Episode)
While watching a boring play, Jeremy says "I've got Heat on DVD at home. We're watching this, when for less money, we could be watching Robert De Niro AND Al Pacino." Jeremy and Mark then decide to pretend they are watching Heat instead.
The Dark Knight (2008)
Bank robbery at beginning and the armored car Harvey Dent is stored in later on, all nods to Heat.
Il solitario (2008)
Reference the film in the heist sequence
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire: Episode #7.83 (2009) (TV Episode)
Subject of an $8,000 question
NCIS: Semper Fidelis (2009) (TV Episode)
When Tony and Rifkin meet, Tony says their meeting is like Pacino and DiNiro's encounter in Heat.
Public Enemies (2009)
Dillinger's line "We're here for the bank's money, not yours" is said by Neil McCauley in the earlier film, also directed by Michael Mann.
Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew: Detox (2010) (TV Episode)
Referenced by Bob Forrest as one of Tom Sizemore's most memorable roles.
Cop Out (2010)
Paul quotes from it in the interrogation room
Date Night (2010)
Taste quotes De Niro's line and calls the film a "classic".
Brief Film Reviews: My DVD/Blu-Ray Collection (2010) (TV Episode)
DVD cover shown.
The Boogeyman (2010) (Short)
Moby plays the film out.
Nokas (2010)
One of the robbers talks about illogical errors in heist movies, and uses 'Heat' as an example.
The Cinema Snob: Dolemite (2010) (TV Episode)
"...every bit as riveting as the coffee scene from Heat."
NCIS: One Last Score (2011) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by DiNozzo
Castle: To Love and Die in L.A. (2011) (TV Episode)
"Neil McCauley" used as an alias, and the film title mentioned by Castle in dialogue.
Ebert Presents: At the Movies: Classics from the Vault: Great Performances That Oscar Ignored (2011) (TV Episode)
Ignatiy says that Robert De Niro and Al Pacino should have been Oscar-nominated for the film
Bad Movie Beatdown: Little Fockers (2011) (TV Episode)
"I was trying to forget that image before my next viewing of Heat."
Mad: Al Pacino and the Chipmunks/That's What Super Friends Are For (2012) (TV Episode)
Al Pacino - "Can you feel that heat?"
The Sweeney (2012)
dialogue quoted in non-spoofing way
Breaking Bad: Dead Freight (2012) (TV Episode)
Hank mentions that he borrowed Heat on Blu-Ray
Stand Off (2012)
Mentioned by characters
Bad Movie Beatdown: Set Up (2013) (TV Episode)
"In a scene not entiremy reminescent of Heat."
Grand Theft Auto V (2013) (Video Game)
Michael, a bank robber, somewhat resembles Neil and dresses in the same suits. The mission 'Blitz Play' is based on the opening heist from Heat. While the Michael character is clean-shaven, the player has an option to give him a goatee and hairstyle similar to Neil's from Heat.
The Wolf of Wall Street (2013)
The "Who? Who? What are you an owl?" line.
True Detective: Haunted Houses (2014) (TV Episode)
Rust and Cohle meeting at the end echoes Hanna and McCauley meeting on the freeway.

Features 

Akira (1988)
Seen on a TV when Neil calls Charlene

Featured in 

Siskel & Ebert: Episode dated 22 June 1996 (1996) (TV Episode)
Ebert's video pick of the week
Sugar & Spice (2001)
The Directors: The Films of Michael Mann (2001) (TV Episode)
Clips shown.
Los Angeles Plays Itself (2003)
footage appears throughout
The Perfect Score (2004)
A character is watching it on TV.
The Making of 'Heat' (2005) (Video)
clips shown
Shooting the Police: Cops on Film (2006) (TV Movie)
Clips featured.
De wereld draait door: Episode #4.154 (2009) (TV Episode)
A fragment is shown.
The Rotten Tomatoes Show: Public Enemies/Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs/The Stoning of Soraya M (2009) (TV Episode)
Clip shown when Ellen pretends to break up with Michael Mann.
The Town (2010)
Appears when Doug is watching TV
The Spoony Experiment: The King of Fighters (2011) (TV Episode)
clip shown
The Story of Film: An Odyssey: Episode #1.5 (2011) (TV Episode)
Clips shown
Stop Accepting Nonsense: Ally Bank Commercial Remix (2011) (Short)
Footage samples from the film appear in this short
Uvda: Episode #20.1 (2013) (TV Episode)
Clips shown
Anime Abandon: Detonator Orgun (2014) (TV Episode)
clip shown to test out the "Over Act" alarm

Spoofed in 

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (2002) (Video Game)
Laugh at My Pain (2011)
The speech during the bank robbery is modeled after Neil's speech in Heat.

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