A.I. Artificial Intelligence (2001)
Part of the original concept of "A.I." was Pinocchio, an animated but non-living boy who wanted to be real. The robot actually finds a Blue Fairy statue and asks it to grant his wish.
Both have a plot with a robot boy who replaces a dead child
Story of robot learning about love.
Shot of Osment's half head in coffee machine breakfast scene mirrors shot of E.T. half head in Elliot's room.
David is a robot child like Vicki in Small Wonders.
One of the main influences for the movie.
Lorelai talks about how David is so annoying that she would have pushed him out of the car while it was still moving.
billboard visible in Times Square during opening credits
Mentioned by Steven Spielberg
The project was called A.I, in reference to the robot in A.I.
referenced as part of Jude Law's resume
One of the nerds holds this film up while going on a rant about Sci-Fi.
A group of highly advanced Cyborgs show up at the end of SpongeHenge wonder who made the statues and why they were made similar to the ending of A.I
Character talks about the movie.
Shot of Killian standing at the door with the doctor.
Mentioned by Al Pacino (Bill Hader) in the "Hamlet" audition segment
Haley Joel Osment mentions being in this movie.
Appears on the list of Blu-ray releases of December/January
in the alternate universe rental store, there is a version of A.I. which Kubrick directed
In the future, Selma's "lovebot" is Gigolo Joe from "AI Artifical Intelligence."
One of the elimination questions asks for the director of this movie.
Kaufman comments that he likes the movie.
"It's gonna be like the scene in A.I. where Haley Joel Osment eats spinach."
Behind-the-scenes footage of a robot from A.I. are shown while describing Stan Winston's approach to running a studio.
Mentioned by Halle Berry as one of Steven Spielberg's sci-fi films with a heart
"Great, now they're stealing from A.I."
directly mentioned in lyrics
"Was the movie A.I. too funny for ya?"
Critic points out headgear ripped off from this movie
reviewed + footage used
many visual effects clips shown
Clips shown in nominations.
Soundtrack portions used
Poster shown when the Critic mentions he finds Steven Spielberg's shows superior to his films.
Ellen's #2 Creepiest Kid
Movie is mentioned in episode
clips when discussing artificial intelligence
"...who looked less artificial in A.I."
movie is reviewed
Jeeves is a spoof of Gigolo Joe in A.I. (both are pleasure droids who look similar and tilt their heads to play music)
First segment is a parody of this film, it's called "B.I. Bartificial Intelligence" and sees the Simpson family getting a robot child to replace Bart who's in a coma, then when Bart awakens he isn't wanted and is thrown out into the woods where he meets some unwanted robots, just like in this film.