Fast Five (2011)
"Mission impossible" comment
police are called "5-0"
Several plot elements come from the Newman/Redford classic.
Han Lue's false identity is Han Seoul-Oh, seen when Hobbs runs security footage through FRS.
Roman says: - This just went from "mission: impossible" to "mission: frickin insanity"
At the beginning of the movie, there's a scene where Dom (Vin Diesel) plunges the top-less '63 Corvette Gran Sport into the ravine. The very same scene can also be found in xXx where Xander Cage (also played by Vin Diesel) purposely jumped a convertible '98 Corvette off a bridge.
A mention is made in part 2.
Tyrese Gibson discusses his acting role
the upcoming sequel is mentioned
Roger's thumb verdict is shown in the "Now in Theaters" segment
Referenced by Michael Bolton in the digital short
mentioned in dialogue
Ryan Reynolds says that in Atlanta, he was provided with a trailer to use that had previously been used by one of the film's cast members
Movie poster shown outside theater.
Appears on the list of Blu-ray releases of September/October
Mentioned by Matthew Parkhill.
mentioned among movies seen this year
Mentioned by Neal.
Mentioned by Helen O'Hara when reviewing Trash (2014)
title is mentioned
a clip from the film starring Vin Diesel is shown
a clip from the film starring Dwayne Johnson is shown
Behind the scenes
movie is reviewed
clips are shown as Roger reviews the film
a clip from the film starring Paul Walker is shown
a clip from the film starring Jordana Brewster is shown
Jaywalking participants edited into the film
Clips edited into A message from Fast Five
Clip were showned
A clip with Gal Gadot is shown
Clips of mistakes shown
Scenes from the film are featured in the opening sequence.
Film trailer used
footage from the film is used in a spoof of it featuring civilians
Features archive footage from 'Fast Five' for the Paul Walker rememberence.
Clip is shown
Jay reenacts a scene with "Jaywalking" participants
Spoofed in A message from Fast Five
Fast Hive is a spoof of this movie.
Jay spoofs the film by reenacting scenes from it with civilians