The moment when Theo & Kee leave the building with the soldiers is reminiscent of when Tippi Hedren & Rod Taylor left the house among the watching birds.
Kee spits on Luke's face after childbirth; everyone hails the newborn child
When Theo is in the dining-room with Guernica on the wall, a man resembling F. Alexander dementedly and repeatedly shouts "Alex" at a teenage boy, while the shots of glasses of wine echo the dining scene in A Clockwork Orange
The use of oranges to represent impending danger.
The name on the van that Theo is taken away in, "Holden", is the name of the cop who is shot in the opening scene of 'Blade Runner'.
Same premise of men escorting the last fertile woman in dystopian future; numerous uses of Picasso's Painting "Guernica", and also both movie have a running theme of a car door being used as a weapon
The protagonist in both movies is running into various minor problems due to being barefoot
Wild animals (a zebra and a camel) appears walking normally in the park in front of Buckingham Palace as the wild animals (giraffes and others) running free in the city of Twelve Monkeys (1995)
one character farts on the inside of the car very much like a scene in Alfonso Cuaron's previous film
Oscar nominated screenwriter Mark Fergus talks about the writing and making of Children of Men
a Parisian bus drives by displaying an ad for "Les Fils de l'homme"
Title appears on-screen during Alfonso Cuaron's scene
Poster of film seen in Thomsons' room.
Ellen reviews the movie in Haiku form
A "Children of Men" movie poster can be seen.
talking about apocalypse movies
"After they all leave the set of Children of Men..."
Mentioned by Richard as a pointless answer.
The busride scene on the first level is a reference to the scene in Children of Men (2006), where Miriam, Kee and Theo arrives in the refugee camp.
The visual style, year, and setting reference Children of Men.
Children of Men is shown to be available on OnDemand.
Referenced in dialogue by Emil and Karoline
a clip is shown in a montage of Julianne Moore films
Alexis Bledel's pick for her 5th favorite film
Runner-up for the user poll of the best movies of 2001-2010
Travis' character loosely resembles Clive Owen's character in this movie (his hair and quest to save the 'baybay') and the "action sequences" of the episode also loosely resemble the movie's cinematography