Nick sings the title song
Lucy has a stuffed Scooby-Doo doll in her bedroom.
The shot of godzilla's fin breaking through the water.
Referenced by name
The first sequence of the AH64-Apache gunships hunting Godzilla through the streets references both Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980) with the line "Echo 4 to Echo Base"
Godzilla emerges from the Sewers emulating the Alligator doing so.
The Japanese freighter attacked and destroyed by Godzilla in the opening of the film is named Kobayashi Maru, in homage to Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan.
Both movies have a similar ending where a hidden egg from the monster is found at the end of the movie and leading things off for a sequel.
The insurance company Jean Reno claims to work for is named Lao Che, which is the same name as the villian at the beginning of Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom.
Elevator music in a scene with Matthew Broderick is "Danke Schoen", which Broderick lip-syncs in a memorable scene from Ferris Bueller's Day Off
The elevator scene redone with baby godzilla's instead of Aliens
A magazines with cover title "Siskel & Ebert & the Movies" is seen
Before Hank Azaria's character runs atop cars to get footage of Godzilla, he looks up and says Aw Jeez, using the voice of his character Moe on The Simpsons.
The number of the cab used in the chase at the end of the movie is MN 44. Moon 44 is the title of an earlier film that was directed by Roland Emmerich and in which Dean Devlin appeared.
A character wears a T-Shirt of the TV show.
The Baby Godzilla sequences emulating the Raptors in the kitchen scene from Jurassic Park.
A small statue of an alien from Independence Day (1996) (also directed by Roland Emmerich) is visible in the broadcast booth at Madison Square Garden
Godzilla wreaking havoc in New York City is done in the practically the same way as the Tyrannosaurus attacking through San Diego,
Seen advertised on a billboard
seen in newspaper ad
The American Godzilla is a playble figther.
Poster and video case are shown in a video store.
Referenced in Easy Living and Matthew Broderick host the show to promote the film.
Film shown at cinema
Mentioned by Puff Daddy
Poster is displayed outside the movie theatre.
The asteroids falling on Manhattan hit a Godzilla figure. Also, it's an inside joke since both films were released the same summer.
When rampaging across the West Coast, Kraa comes across a hapless city. Roaring aloud, he makes his grand entrance by smashing through a building plastered with a poster of the 1998 film.
Seen advertised on a billboard
Characters talk about how this sucked.
Characters talk about this movie
There's a poster for this film on the outside of a movie theater in the beginning of the movie.
A character says he saw this at the cinema.
poster visible at Mr. Chu's video store
Mentioned by name
A billboard is visible.
A poster featuring a big green monster and reading "...OTZILLA" (can't be read in its entirety).
The mayor mentions the movie.
poster on wall
The huge inflated monster descending on the theater
Advertisements are shown.
"I have not waste my time on a movie since Godzilla in 1998".
Early in the film one of the main characters is giving a lecture to several Japanese military personnel and briefly mentions a monster attack on New York City, referring to the events in the 1998 film.
movie poster on wall
Some of the action sequences from this movie
Movie poster on the door of the boy using his father's credit card
Sabrina calls Annie "Bosszilla".
discussion about the original Godzilla vs. the 1998 Hollywood Godzilla
Jean-Pierre Jeunet mentions the american version of 'Godzilla'.
The scene in which they are passing through the egg 'fields' and the eggs begin hatching as they're walking through them is the same as the scene in Godzilla when the eggs hatch in Madison Square Garden as the characters are walking amongst them.
The roar that Mongo lets loose as he approaches the castle is taken from this version of Godzilla
lone female reporter, male cameraman, risking lives to warn populace of imminent danger
A film editor asks for the title from a DVD vendor.
The Monster called "Zilla" is supposed to be a reference to this film.
It is mentioned in a magazine.
Referenced as 'Reptilla'
Scotty smells this video
When Rachel is looking through the video tapes at the fair, Godzilla is one of them
A man mentions working on this previous to this film.
Mentioned as one of Roland Emmerich's films
In "TrogdorCon '97", the King of Town is an "authorized Godzilla reseller".
Talking Godzilla movies, Dean tells a boy that Sam "likes the remake", to which the boy replies: "Yuck!".
on shelf in video store
DVDs being sold in the store behind Pamela
Seen on the shelf in the DVD store
Referenced in dialogue
Talked about once
The roar that the Dragon lets loose as he approaches the city is taken from this version of Godzilla
Referenced by name.
mentioned by Juney
calls it craptastic.
rachel mentions it
The momma T-rex takes a step and a character is frozen in fear and barely misses getting crushed by the T-rex's foot. In addition, Sid calls the momma T-rex "momzilla".
references the poor special effects
The Nerd mentions the American remake of Godzilla
Mentioned by Al Pacino (Bill Hader) in the "Hamlet" audition segment
Referenced in the opening narration
Apart from the Zillo beast itself, clone pilot Goji is named after Gojira and the Tactical Droid wears a symbol based on the oxygen destroyer from this movie
A poster is seen.
other films from Roland Emmerich
Refers to Matthew Broderick as "that idiot who said 'that's alotta fish' from Godzilla"
mentioned among Emmerich's other films
The film is discussed
mentioned among Roland Emmerich's previous films
Duke will say "Size only matters when you are full grown" after growing back to full size. Making a mock to the 1998 remake tag line
mentioned among unnecessary remakes
Ignatiy mentions that Roland Emmerich directed the film
Title mentioned while introducing Matthew Broderick
Michelle and Hubbell talk about Michelle being "like Godzilla" for men and Hubbell being the only scientist who knows she's destroying the city to protect her eggs.
"Mayor Ebert? No wonder that Emmerich's Godzilla will show up soon"
Another bad movie starting Matthew Broderick.
The giant octopus from It Came from Beneath the Sea is seen in a TV set.
Clips seen on a T.V set.
VHS release reviewed + footage used
Godzilla is used as a symbol for the terrorist threat.
Shown as part of the 1998 episode of this show on VH1.
Clips of the movie were shown.
Clips of the movie are shown.
Reviewed, clips shown
Clip shown for Brett and Allen's tour of New York City
A mistake The Nostalgia Critic made about the film is the #4 pick.
Clips shown in a segment on its title monster.
"That's alotta fish" clip is recalled
"That's a lot of fish"
Man vs Beast scenes
"That's alotta fish."
"That's alotta fish."
New York City's mayor is named Ebert, and his top adviser is named Gene, a reference to the famous film critiquing duo from TV's Siskel & Ebert. Both bear a strong physical resemblance to the real-life critics.
The part where the dragon's eye opens behind Donkey.
Characters and famous scenes are spoofed.
The bullfish chasing Conker up the pier while destroying it
Dean Devlin and Roland Emmerich do an even worse remake of Godzilla