Enemy of the State (1998)
When the NSA pulls up their file on Brill the picture they have of him is a picture of Gene Hackman's character in The Conversation.
NSA's 3D extrapolation of 2D images = ESPER machine Deckard uses in Blade Runner
The ending involves a climactic shootout between the law and the mafia, with the protagonist caught in between, just as featured in "True Romance", also directed by Tony Scott and also featuring Tom Sizemore, as a mobster instead of an FBI agent
A VHS tape of The Santa Clause is next to the TV in Dean's house at the end.
A VHS tape of Pocahontas is on top of the TV in Reynolds' house.
A VHS tape of Babe is next to the TV in Dean's house at the end.
A VHS tape of James and the Giant Peach is on top of the TV in Reynolds' house.
Title mentioned during Weekend Update
Mentioned by Marcus
One of the scene when Mohnish bahl(Journalist Rajat) drops the casette in Govinda(Raj Malhotra) bag is the same as in Enemy of The State when Will Smith goes to buy lingerie and his friend drops the flippy disk in his shopping bag.
Harry Gregson-Williams mentions several Hollywood action films he has composed music for. One of the films mentioned is Enemy of the State.
Mentioned by Mike.
Reference to previous two Will Smith/Martha Stewart films
Mentioned in dialogue.
Kevin says that Jason Lee was cast in Enemy of the State because Jerry Bruckheimer was a fan of Chasing Amy.
Mentioned by Will Smith
This film is referenced during "The Great American Culture Quiz" segment.
Brett says that Gene Hackman shows up in Enemy of the State (1998) and hints that he might be the same character that he played in The Conversation (1974)
listed as one of Pelant's Pay Per View movies
Mentioned by Mike, and a still image from the movie is shown.
"Anemone of the Stae" - during the "fish puns in film titles" scene
Jeavons says that RoboCop 3 joins both this movie and Iron Man 3 as being Christmas movies that don't actually have a Christmas theme
many clips shown