O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000)
Among the many episodes experienced by the "undercover" screenwriter researching for his sceenplay of the same name that then appear in "Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?" are a little boy helping the main character escape a posse via roadster; nighttime escape by scaling a wall with sheets tied into a rope; hopping a freight car; a chain gang being shown a movie; and, at the very end, the question of the permanance of a marriage.
Three nooses hung for three people who shouldn't be executed; the song "Lonesome Valley" sung in both incidents.
The three fugitives walking around in the swamp of the Mississippi like the fugitives in Jim Jarmusch's movie
When Delmar tries to fight with Big Dan, Dan spins him around on his shoulders & throws him off.
In both films, John Goodman's character is a salesman who claims to sell "peace of mind"
poster in house
Clooney's look after waking up; also, obsessed with teeth as his character in OBWAT with hair
Farm workers producing a sound which sounds like music
Steve Buscemi, long time Coen Bros. collaborator, robs small-town bank in similar fashion.
Mentioned in dialogue; Stephen Root is attributed to working on this film.
Video case is shown in a video store.
poster in store
A mission in GTA:VCS is named 'O Brothel, Where Art Thou?' parodying the name of this title.
Maddie calls London "dumber than a sack of hammers"
DVD is shown.
Mentioned by name
Onscreen crawl of movies edited by Cleanflix
Used as category title
Arthur and Sara are watching a little part of the movie, when Sara falls asleep in his lap.
Kai Collins compares George Clooney's goofiness in this movie to "The Men Who Stare At Goats"
Hodgins comments that the male victim looks like George Clooney. Then says "Oh Victim, Who Art Thou."
Jay says the film is Mitt Romney's favorite
There's a poster of it in a movie theatre.
Video case is shown in Matt's room.
The recording session for "Please, Mr. Kennedy" recalls the scene in "O Brother" where the Soggy Bottom Boys record "I Am a Man of Constant Sorrow".
Mentioned by Margaret Pomeranz in a discussion on Inside Llewyn Davis as another movie directed by Joel and Ethan Coen where music is endemic to the movie.
The film was reviewed and the trailer was shown.
The Romneys discuss a scene from the film.
Still from the movie is shown.
George Clooney talks about the songs in this movie and his awful singing
"Man of Constant Sorrow" played in both
In "Hail, Caesar: A Tale of the Christ" Baird Whitlock (George Clooney) plays Autolycus Antoninus. In the Coen Brothers' earlier movie "O Brother, Where Art Thou", which is loosely based on Homer's Odyssey, George Clooney plays Ulysses Everett McGill. In Greek mythology Autolycus was Ulysses' grandfather.
George Clooney repeats a line from this film.
Mentioned by Jimmy as he introduces John Turturro
correct response in "George Clooney Film Roles" category
the film's soundtrack album is a correct response in "Country Music Albums" category
While hiding in a movie theatre, a company of convicts enter and sit behind our heroes. "Myrt & Marge" is playing on the screen.
Ellen's #5 Road Trip Romance
'George Clooney in 3 Minutes or Less' segment
Clip of baptism scene
movie is discussed and analyzed
Homer Stokes speaks of "all those smart-ass folks say we come descended from monkeys". Professor G.H. Dorr: "I was a positive lemur."
"Oh Glacier, Where Art Thou?" documentary