L.A. Confidential (1997)
Title on marquee of Pantages Theater as Jack leaves the Frolic Room
Title visible on theater marquee in background as Jack and Sid carry out a drug raid
Referenced by name
Formosa Cafe location is shown.
DVD cover shown.
The DVD is seen
A still is shown for the "Now in Theaters" bumper. Two thumbs up.
Shares some similar cases, atmosphere and plot points. It even shares some of the same actors.
Jennifer Todd mentions this movie during interview
mentioned in dialogue
Subject of a $250,000 question, and included in a $16,000 question
The Frolic Room cocktail lounge location on Hollywood Boulevard is shown.
The spy the Germans are looking for is named Rolo Tomassi.
In the introduction, Daryl Somers suggests that Sonia Kruger reminds him of someone from L.A. Confidential.
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the cops talk about L.A. Confidential
Kendra's birthday present is a poster inspired by the movie
Michael says that he has been studying a movie starring Kevin Spacey, La Confidential (1997)
Mentioned in dialogue by Lynn
referenced in dialogue
Cordelia says Gunn should act more like Guy Pearce in L.A. Confidential
A mission in GTA:LCS is named 'L.C. Confidential' parodying the name of this title.
Actors turn down roles: Rene Russo and Jennifer Jason Leigh
In the beginning of the movie Billy's shirt reads "Night Owl Cafe" -- a reference to the cafe and murders therein that were central to the plot of L.A. Confidential.
District Attorney Ellis Lowe appears in both movies, it is not a coincident as the movies are both based on books from the same series.
Russell Crowe mentions Bisbee Arizona here and in L.A. Confidential (1997) in which he co-starred with Kim Basinger.
One of the cops compares real life cops to movie cops and specifically mentions how it's not like "LA Confidential, Heat or Joe Friday."
their is a large one sheet poster of LA con. during one of the interviews with james ellroy
Video case is shown in a video store.
The phrase "hush-hush" and the way the character says it is directly based off of Danny DeVito's way of saying it.
In L.A. Confidential, both a maroon Mercury coupe and the Pantages Theatre play important roles; in Gone In Sixty Seconds, a maroon Mercury coupe is stolen from in front of the Pantages Theatre.
Cop is set up for stealing from cops, but gets away by letting the chief culprit confess while others overhear it.
Bud and Lynn watch the movie in a theater
Lynn and a client watch the movie at her home using a small projector
A short clip
Clips are shown
Clip of Ellis Loew being dangled out a window is juxtaposed between conflicting Martin O'Malley interviews
Clips are shown for all the major Oscar nominees.
Ellen's #2 Russel Crow line
a clip is included in a montage of Russell Crowe films
Features clips from this film.
footage appears throughout
The series "Badge of Honor" is an imitation of "Dragnet", with the lead character using the phrase "Just the facts"
Harry's game of Russian roulette while asking the suspect "Where is the girl?"