Rakuda Zhang's comic relief partersnhip with Takuma Tsurugi
Sylvester Stallone says "I am the law!" to his mother in the car chase scene, which is the same line he uses when he is charged by the council for murder in Judge Dredd
Shown on a Marquee
Mentioned by Spade in America
Cynthia and Hortense go to see this at the cinema.
Poster on wall in video store
Title mentioned by Norm MacDonald in car accident sketch
JD watches the film
The hero's sidearm is a Lawgiver from 'Judge Dredd' with some silver added and a clear barrel
Scene in a huge room with a catwalk that leads to a lone computer.
Poster seen on the wall
In "Ever and More!" the Poopsmith's helmet is the same one worn by Judge Dredd
Video case is shown.
One of the downloaded content for the game is a Judge Dredd costume.
Referenced among bad comic book movies
Phillip Schofield calls Jason Gardiner "Judge Dredd".
Achievement called "I Am The Law", guote from the movie Judge Dredd.
Before entering the courtroom, Lisbon refers to the judge as Judge Dredd
detailing Schwarzenegger action flicks
In the game, there is a achievement called "Judge, Jury, and Executioner" referring to the judges from this movie. It is received when you defeat ten Psychopaths
One of the downloaded content for the game are a Hammerstein & Judge Dredd costumes.
Judge Dredd comics can be seen on a rack in the comic book store
"Actually, you'd be telling me, "I am the law!" "
city exterior design, priests = judges
the name of the judge that adjudicates Liz's case
There is an achievement titled "Judge, Jury, Executioner"
mentioned among the Critic's guilty pleasures.
Critic wears Dredd's battle armor
The Critic dresses up as Judge Dredd and impersonates Sylvester Stallone for an action sequence
calls it a bad film adaption.
clip is shown
Reviewed, clips shown.
"You betray da laww!"
Ellen's #4 worst Stallone movie
"I am...the law!"
"I am the LAW."
"I would say that this scene is ripping off Judge Dredd, but that would imply that someone actually saw Judge Dredd."
The law has been betrayed
In the opening scene, Roger is court-martialed and his uniform is torn piece by piece, as a parody on similar scene in "Judge Dredd".
Critic's battle armor resembles Dredd's