The Truman Show (1998)
Truman watches a TV host giving an introduction to this film.
When Truman watches TV in one scene this is said to showing the next day.
Main character sings a song from the Pirate movie.
Truman looking through a cigar box at old photos is an almost-perfect reproduction of a similar scene involving the young protagonist, Addie, in Paper Moon (1973).
When Truman coughs to conceal that he is ripping a page from the fashion magazine in his office, this references when Gittes coughs to conceal that he is ripping a page out of book with a list of the names of the grove owners in the valley.
Characters talk about this movie
Caleb quotes Truman's catchphrase: 'Good morning, and in case I don't see ya, good afternoon, good evening, and good night!'
SPOILER: Douglas and Jerry reach the edge of the constructed reality, like Truman.
Referenced by name
Sarah says she loves The Truman Show.
Ben asks, "What is this The Truman Show?!"
Leela: "Am I a game to you? Or some kind of even more boring Truman Show?"
the scene on the water with God
A man is hired to have sex with a woman and have it broadcast live over the internet. She tells him it'll be "sorta like 'The Truman Show.'"
category about Harry Truman is named "The Truman Show"
When Thomas drops Lili off at her parents house, she compares the neighborhood to the one in the Truman Show.
poster seen on wall
As the stage production is beginning, a voice says, "Cue the sun!"
Amanda wonders if she's live on cable and asks if it's like the Jim Carey thing, but period?
The Scotsman shouts at Truman for being stupid enough not to notice cameras filming his life.
Hewy compares the premise of "Truman Show" to "Bolt"
Included in a $16,000 question
The song "Megan" sends to Nev titled "Truman Sleeps" is actually from the movie "The Truman Show" and is played while Truman (Jim Carrey) sleeps.
AniMat says the story in Bolt reminds him of this film.
After reviewing 3 sequels of movies starring Jim Carey, Mike J asks if "Truman Show 2" and "Man on the Moon 2" are coming next.
"And they end up on a set that looks worse than the one in The Truman Show."
Chloe refers to the VR as 'This Little Truman Show'.
Miley Cyrus learns that her private life has been filmed for a TV show.
a clip of Roger's original review of the film is shown
DVD seen in video store
Kevin Lee mentioned that he showed the film to his students when he taught English in China
Ignatiy mentions that Andrew Niccol wrote the film
Title mentioned during Seth MacFarlane interview
mentioned in dialogue
Mentioned by Mike.
Mentioned in dialogue
Mentioned during the discussion.
"This is when he realizes he's actually in the Truman Show."
Billy Crystal says he doesn't want to always be "on" for the paparazzi as though he were in the film
Shoshanna says she sometimes thinks she is in The Truman Show.
Music at the climactic moment at the very end of the movie is taken from a climactic moment in Mishima, also composed by Philip Glass
features clips from this film
Clips are shown in the segment on the Oscar snubs.
many clips shown
Some clips from this movie are shown in a story about its location, Seaside, Florida.
Clips shown in a story on Seaside, Florida, where it was filmed.
Some clips from this movie are shown in a segment on the line "Good morning ... good afternoon, good evening and good night."
footage courtesy of: Scenes from "The Truman Show" courtesy of Paramount Pictures
clip is shown
A fragment featuring Jim Carrey is shown.
Short clip is shown
Shows the raining hole scene.
There are numerous allusions made to the movie, The Truman Show, including the episode title, which is Truman's catchphrase. Eric dresses himself as Christoff, the director, and Jack and Rachel are plagued by a centralized storm that follows them around the apartment.
Walking in the woods, Peter wonders out loud if the world was created just for him. Cutaway to a control room just like the one in this film where Christof and a technician are watching him on a monitor. "Do you think he's onto us, Christof?" "No, he's an idiot!".
The title is an obvious reference to this film.
Tv news announcer Kent Brockman says "Day 37 under the Dome!" on Moe's Bar television set. This brief sequence actually spoofs the way Truman's days of his life tick away on the reality Tv show, which in Peter Weir's movie is being watched by many people in a similar bar.
The scene where Bob Kane reveals the truth to the cast is a spoof of the ending of The Truman Show.