G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra (2009)
footage used (verified in end credits)
character Shana "Scarlett" O'Hara
The iron mask scene is referenced.
Stephen Sommers said in the audio commentary that he made the Cobra base underwater to refence one of his favorite movies
Martial Arts battle in the kitchen
the Night Raven jet looks like the MiG-31 FIREFOX and also uses foreign-language commands instead of physical buttons to use the weapons
When the pulse cannon is fired at the undersea base, it makes the "de-rezz" sound when it hits the SHARCs
Before Heavy Duty blows up a Cobra goon's head of he says "eat this!" which is also what Hicks said to Xenomorph when he did the same action
Scarlett whistles to a Cobra goon, like Ash does to Marietta
Heavy Duty shots using two machine guns at the same time
Cobra's Drill vehicles drive under the sand in a way similar to the Graboids in Tremors
Cobra goon falls down an elevator shaft to his death
Cobra goon walks from the fire exactly like the T-1000
Ripcord says "Houston We've got a problem", when he doesn't find any buttons to fire in the Night Raven
Ripcord rams a Cobra goon with a forklift much like in Lethal Weapon 4 were Riggs tried to ram Wah Sing Ku
Slow motion dodging redone with RPGs instead of bullets
The Joes fly past the Great Pyramid of Giza (a nod to Sommer's film The Mummy) & Arnold Vosloo plays a villian again
Ray Park uses a double bladed taser much like another one of his characters Darth Maul welds a double bladed lightsaber from The Phantom Menace
Metal eating robots
DeCobray says They're alive (a nod to it's alive) & Cobra constiers himself a monster (much like Frankenstein), both are nods to another Sommers film Van Helsen
Listed as a movie starring Dennis Quaid
Listed as a Best Picture nominee in the "Access Hollywood" segment
Subject of a $5,000 question
movie is reviewed
Jay shows a clipping of a video rental chart calling the film "G.I. Hoe: The Rise of Cobra"
referenced as being inferior to cartoon
The Deer was annoyed that none of the guessers knew that his charade was this movie.
Mentioned in dialogue
Christopher H. Andersen looks at G.I. Joe toys in the segment 'Legetøjszonen'
Peter Quill discovers they made G.I. Joe movies
Mentioned in dialogue.
movie poster appears when Max Landis talks about orange and teal being the dominant look for many films today
Mentioned when Byung-hun Lee was on stage
reviewed + footage used
New on DVD for the Weekend Peekend
Best Abuse of Physics
Screenplay Cliché segment
Honorable Mention, clips shown.