King Arthur (2004)
The battle on the ice is a reference to Sergei Eisenstein's Aleksandr Nevsky (1938) where the Teutonic knights break through the ice of Lake Peipus.
Arthur quotes G'Kar's line about the death of hope being greater than death
The penis joke "it's like a baby's arm holding an apple" is lifted from the previous movie.
The poster for this title is featured multiple times in the game as posters and advertisements.
In one scene Gail calls Clive Owen's character "Lancelot", while he played King Arthur beside Lancelot in "King Arthur".
When the hero lures the vikings on an icy lake that cracks under their weight (the scene even shares an effect shot from King Arthur, of the ice breaking)
Honorable mention for top warrior movies
Mentioned by Graham in his opening monologue
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