Spirited Away (2001)
A stuffed tiger that looks like 'Tiny' can be seen lying around in the baby's room
Chihiro runs down the staircase just like when Lupin ran down the rooftop.
The scene in which Chihiro looks up at the radish spirit in the elevator, he narrows his eyes at her and grunts, replicating the bus stop scene with Satsuki and Totoro. When Chihiro is riding Haku back to bath house, she mentions how she almost drowned in a river and subsequently lost her pink shoe, this is the same shoe that was believed to be Mei's in 'Tonari no Totoro. Also, the soot gremlins appear in both films.
the boiler man has the face of a bar patron from the earlier film
In the beginning of the film, Lin enters the boiler room and exclaims, "Chow time!" before she hands over the food. This is a direct reference by Miyazaki to Edward's line "Chow time!" in Cowboy Bebop before she eats.
The movie that's planned for a Summer 2001 release is this movie.
Referenced by name.
A subway train is the only way to go between worlds. Also, the moment when Haku stands up to that Ubaba lady, it looks JUST like NEO standing before the Deus Ex Machina in the machine city, just flopped. note how Ubaba is mostly a big head, and how she charges at Haku with hair swirling around Haku while he remains calm.
poster in window of video-store
On a theatre marquee featured prominently in one scene you can see the 4 titles I'm including in this submission.
DVD cover shown in the video store
Video case is shown in a video store ("Spirited Away").
The back of Wan Shi Tong delibrately resembles Noh-Face.
Images and clips shown during the Hayao Miyazaki segment
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the film in his review of Kurenai no buta (1992)/Porco Rosso
Brett says Hayao Miyazaki made this movie.
Listed as a movie directed by Hayao Miyazaki
Ellen list movies made by Studio Ghibli.
DVD cover shown.
An example of a fantasy-themed animated film.
When Spike and Rarity are in freefall, Rarity's eyes tear up and sparkle a bit.
AniMat admits this is the only Studio Ghibli film he's seen prior to watching Arrietty.
Referenced in the Blockbuster segment
During the Miyazaki scene, No Face is seen
"...because she figures that, since she's dealing with a Tara Strong character, she'll probably end up threatening to cry if she doesn't play with her."
clips in Ratzenberger conclusion
reviewed + footage used
VHS/DVD release reviewed + footage used
Clips are shown
Bruno watches it with the kids
Footage is shown.
movie is reviewed
Mentioned as one of Hayao Miyazaki's films, and one of the mystical fantasy Studio Ghibli films. Clip briefly shown.
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the film in his portrait of Hayao Miyazaki's obsession with flying + clip shown
Chihiro is #3
After being fed the Chuckola Cola, Queen Bean throws up a little worm.
The Summerween Trickster's second form is an homage to No-Face.