Moonrise Kingdom (2012)
The beach scene, dancing while the phonograph is playing.
The shots of Suzy with binoculars are inspired in Charulata
The rooftop silhouettes at the end of this film are similar to the "Step in Time" chimney sweep sequence
As the Scouts walk through the field with their homemade weapons this mimics the intro to the television series Dad's Army
The scene showing letters exchanged with overlapping voiceovers mirrors a scene from "The Honeymoon Killers".
The basic plot of "Kingdom" is heavily inspired by "Melody", as acknowledged by the director himself.
Cousin Ben says "Take the carbon, leave the Bible.", mirroring the famous line from this film.
The main characters living in a treehouse and dancing on the shore is a reference to this film.
Dummy in bed that moves when door is opened.
Scoutmaster Ward tears down the poster in Sam's tent revealing a hole behind it, just like Andy's cell in The Shawshank Redemption.
Sam paints Suzy's portrait in the same fashion as Jack painting Rose; Suzy even lays in the same pose.
The shot of the eerie masked figures up in the balcony mirrors a scene from 'Eyes Wide Shut'.
seen on sign at Blockbuster
Wes Anderson Homage
Mentioned by Robbie Collin when reviewing The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)
Both include introducing a character as a wide, front on shot.
In a conversation in the middle of the film, the close-ups are exactly the same as a reference.
characters looks the same
Some of the shoots are strongly inspired in the Wes Anderson universe
The opening scene is an homage to a scene in this earlier movie
Every single angle of a table is filmed symmetrically at least once.
Clips shown after Margaret Pomeranz mentions that it was the opening night movie.
Clips of mistakes shown
mentioned among several of Bruce Willis' 2012 films
Clips shown when it is revealed that this movie came in at No. 8 in a viewers' poll on the top 10 movies of 2012.
Nomination presentation for best supporting male, screenplay, feature.
Nomination presentation for best original screenplay.