Broken Flowers (2005)
Don mentions Sam Spade.
Don mentions Mike Hammer.
Don encounters a young, blonde, and promiscuously flirtacious girl named Lolita (wearing similiar heart-shaped apparel).
The scene where Don visits the grave of his former lover mirrors a scene from this film.
Bill Murray's best friend in this movie is a black guy named Winston.
When Don Johnston introduces himself to Lolita, she thought he was kidding. This is a reference to Don Johnson who plays Sonny Crockett in the 80's series Miami Vice.
Towards the end of the movie, Bill Murray, sporting a band-aid, is asked by his (possible) son if he is a gangster. In Mad Dog and Glory, he sported a band-aid in the same place throughout the majority of that film, and played a gangster.
The scene where Bill Murray's character awkwardly eats a carrot is referenced.
The girl named "Sun Green" is a reference to the character from Neil Young's Greendale project.
on movie marquee
about the movie
Ellen says Jim Jarmusch, The Director of this film, previously directed Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai (1999) and Broken Flowers (2005)
DVD box shown
Mentioned by George.
A poster for Broken Flowers can be seen in Daniel's apartment.
recalling the works of Jim Jarmusch
Mentioned by Kevin Maher when reviewing Only Lovers Left Alive (2013)
One of the main quests is named after the movie. Like the film involves Don Johnston (Bill Murray) searching for his former flames to find some answers, the quest involves Geralt (Jacek Rozenek) looking for several flames of Dandelion (Jacek Kopczynski) in order to find him.
Don watches film on television in opening scene.
Cartoon on Don's television. Credited as "Always Gets His Man."
Promotional excerpt showed during interview with Bill Murray - Winston comes over to Don Johnston to pick up a list, while talking to him on the phone at the same time.