What Dreams May Come (1998)
When Chris goes to the city in Heaven where people are flying around, watch for characters from "Peter Pan" (Wendy, Michael, John) and "Mary Poppins" (Mary Poppins) among the people flying.
See trivia entry regarding flying people.
Each dream, each memory, each corner of the mind (alive or not) is like a painting, a work of art.
The overcolored palettes during some of the sequences (particularly the songs) is influenced by this film.
Prison inmates are tortured by being forced to watch this film.
Gooding talks about why he got the role
movie on shelf
Mentioned in conversation about Robin Williams
One of the unwanted DVDs singing "Someday".
Robin mentions a pornographic parody of the film
The 1998 Mighty Joe Young remake lost the Oscar for Best Visual Effects to this film.
mentioned as "killer pick" - recommended by convicted killer
Clips are shown in the segment on the Oscar snubs. Ebert praises the Academy for nominating its art direction, but wonders why "Babe: Pig in the City" (1998) didn't receive the same nomination.