Midnight Run (1988)
Moron 1 & Moron 2 references Thing 1 & Thing 2
When Jack Walsh is on the phone call at the bus station, we can see the video game behind him and the Duke.
Referenced during the "Pink Cadillac" review.
Referenced during the "Flashback" review.
Jack drops a lock pick when he breaks into Lorna's house.
A source of inspiration for the story department.
In this film there is a character named Sidney, also played by Philip Baker Hall, who similarly lives in Las Vegas and has underworld connections.
Referenced by name.
Poster visible in Kinnear's flat.
Mentioned by Shawn
Yaphet Kotto's character named FBI Agent Alonzo Mosely in both movies
Alonzo Mosely and Eddie Moscone used as fake names
Brett: "If you want a good bounty hunter movie, go see Midnight Run."
One of the movies Scotty brought Nick Vera to watch using the portable DVD player.
Mentioned by Ben.
Castle says to Beckett, "They couldn't just handcuff us Midnight Run style?"
DVD on shelf
mentioned in dialogue
Charles Grodin's character uses the Navajo greeting for hello in both movies.
Jerry loves watching this movie with the director's commentary on
Castle and Beckett mention the climax of the movie
mentioned by Robert De Niro
mentioned by Mike Greenberg
Mentioned by Jack Whitehall
Clips are shown. #6 on Gene Siskel's top-ten list.
It's discussed in the 1988 episode.
A clip displaying the opening title is shown.
Dennis Farina's Award in Mobsterism segment.
John Walsh is #5.
Tony & Joey get an honorable mention.
Recreated in the Bobby De Niro song (Joe is handcuffed and they hide behind a fence) and the lyric "In Midnight Run he showed to use a lighter acting style, proving he could swear a lot but also make you smile".
Dennis Farina's character, Henry Desalvo, refers to Snake and Eddie as "moron number 1" and moron number 2." In "Midnight Run" his character, Jimmy Serano, uses a similar line.
Title. Delivering a captive while pursued by police.