Fahrenheit 9/11 (2004)
the theme song is palyed
Instead of using the theme from "Bonanza" during the "Bonanza" spoof, Michael Moore uses the theme from "The Magnificent Seven".
A line in the film "quicker than you can say 'black gold, Texas tea' "
The title of Fahrenheit 9/11 is a reference to the movie/book Fahernheit 451 (the temperature at which paper burns). One of the taglines even says "The temperature where freedom burns"
When Robert De Niro appears, he is described as "that Taxi Driver guy"
When the truck leaves with a bunch of taliban people escaping, the snippet of music playing is from The Blues Brothers
It plays the theme song when Bush is on the ship and there is a "Mission Accomplished" banner.
When the article from USA Today is shown, a photo of Uma Thurman from Kill Bill: Vol. 2 is shown at the top right hand corner of the paper.
When the article from USA Today is shown a poster for this movie at the top right hand corner of the paper.
Critical documentary on the filmmaker and Fahrenheit 9/11
Poster in Lane's bedroom
This documentary has been produced as a response to some of the allegations in Michael Moore's film Fahrenheit 9/11, and includes interviews with many of the people featured in Moore's film.
A poster for the film hangs in Paris and Rory's dorm room.
Greg Giraldo references this in his act
Referenced by name
Michael Moore references the film while talking.
Movieposter can be seen
The title is referenced several times as an example of Michael Moore's work.
Lane has a movie poster in her room.
Referenced by title
Van Jole talks about the scene where Bush is reading a children's book while the first plane hit one of the Twin Towers.
A poster for the film hangs in Paris and Doyle's apartment.
There is a poster for the film hanging on the wall of Paris' apartment.
Rory has a poster for this on her apartment bedroom wall.
mentioned in dialogue
A poster for the film hangs in Lane and Zach's apartment.
mentioned in interview with Michael Moore
It is mentioned, and the boxcover can be seen.
Mary Katharine Ham makes reference to this film during the 'Policing the Net' segment.
one of Annie's favorite movies listed on her Facebook
A person said that Michael Moore directed this movie
Onscreen crawl of movies edited by Cleanflix
Jay mentions that Michael Moore directed the film
Subject of an $800 clue in the category "Palme d'Or Winners"
a scene is showed at the introduction, after that Julio Patán mentions the film in his presentation.
Title mentioned while introducing Michael Moore
The actual movie's title spoofs that of Michael Moore's film.
Mark says a sort list of some of the most popular documentary film subjects and says "9/11" as a reference to "Fahrenheit 9/11"
features a clip of the film.
features a clip from the color 1954 movie.
Features a small snippet of this classic, gothic horror film.
the film is discussed in this special
clips shown during nominees
Clips are shown
Footage from this film is featured in the documentary
footage used in between interview with Michael Moore
Clips from "Fahrenheit 9/11" (2004) appear re-cut and/or reconfigured in "George W. Bush Battles Jesus Christ" (2008).
A fragment is shown.
recalls jabs taken at George Dub-Ya
spoofs opening credits of show, with Bush, Cheney, Blair, and Rumsfeld taking the place of the Cartwrights
Michael Moore's documentary is parodied throughout
Alec Baldwin's character stops his shooting activity to talk to the press and express his concern for the people who all lost their jobs and then states, "Now watch this shot." As he steps away and returns to his shooting. A spoof of the similar scene in Fahrenheit 9/11 where Bush is interviewed while playing golf. There's even a "vacation" remark.
Peter parodies the Dubya line "We're gonna get those terrorists. Now, watch this drive."
Dubya parody President gives an order then says "Now watch this drive" as he golfs
Using bullhorn to read script from moving vehicle in front of Paramount Studios.