25th Hour (2002)
Monty makes an allusion to the Dead End Boys
There's a poster in Monty's apartment.
mentioned in dialogue
Monty makes a Gordon Gecko reference.
During his speech in the bathroom, Edward Norton says, "Slavery ended one hundred and thirty seven years ago. Move the fuck on!" This is a reference to American History X (1998), where he says, "Slavery ended like a hundred and thirty years ago, how long does it take to get your act together?"
Monty Brogan says he wishes he could walk through walls like that girl in X-Men
Featurette about the making of the film
the character of Agent Flood first appeared in 25th Hour
The scene where Anna Paquin's character reads a risque poem to her literature class references a very similar scene early in '25th Hour'.
Referenced during a recap of A.O. Scott's picks for the top ten films of the decade.
Dave quotes the line "Champagne for my real friends, real pain for my sham friends"
Mentioned in dialogue
mentioned when talking about novel-to-screen adaptations
Jimmy: "Picture 'The 25th Hour' starring Ned and Maude Flanders."
Both films follow character as they deal with the effect that their incarceration has on their loved ones.
Roeper's #2 pick.
Lindsay's #8 favorite
This movie directed by Spike Lee ranks at #3
The film is discussed.