Being John Malkovich (1999)
Footage of Winona Ryder, Andy Dick and Hansen in the audience is interwoven with John Malkovich performing a puppet show on stage.
Frankie (Gary Busey) uses the same trick to guess Donna's name as Craig uses on Maxine in "Being John Malkovich"
Maxine holds up a photograph depicting John Cusack skiing downhill
Movie poster shown in John Malkovich's TV biography.
A man in a restaurant compliments John Malkovich in "that movie where you play that retard".
Sean Penn is interviewed sitting in front of a poster for this in John Malkovich's TV biography.
Mentioned in discussing John Malkovich's acting career.
The movie playing at the Sun Cinema is "Being Jonathan Levinson".
reference to 7 1/2 floor in the film
this is an interview with the director of that film
documentary about driving scenes for this film
there is a portal into Michael Caine's head
The set of the movie (also directed by Spike Jonze and written by Charlie Kaufman) is shown with three of the main actors (John Malkovich, John Cusack and Catherine Keener).
The location of the prison being on 7 1/2 floor of the building. Lester Corps in Being John Malkovich is also on 7 1/2 floor.
Portals in the wall that lead to other places
Title mentioned many times
DVD is shown in Amanda's house.
When Matt first meets Simon he shows him a script for "Being Neve Campbell", a sketch in which characters jump inside Neve Campbell's head.
"Being John Craven"
Dialogue on the terrace after Julia left
Mentioned by Vinny Vedecci
Coraline enters the portal to the other world the same way John Cusack enters the mind of John Malkovich.
Onscreen crawl of movies edited by Cleanflix
Documents past collaborative work on this film
representation of limbo as seen from outside world
Included in a $7,500 question
Jack throws a beer can at Liz's head and shouts "Lemon, think fast!"
Mentioned by Urgant.
when discussing Charlie Kaufman, who directed the original Mother's Day, Snob says it was not this one.
Referenced in dialogue
Lucy begins hallucinating and imagines everyone on board her flight to be Gru, much like Malkovich sees everyone as himself when he enters the portal.
Mentioned by Danny Leigh when reviewing Her (2013)
During his trip, Bojack imagines a diner entirely populated by Mr Peanutbutter, who can communicate only by speaking his own name.
The emotions are seeing the world through the eyes of Riley.
Mentioned in dialogue.
Camelia is asked a question about the director of the film during her Cash Builder round.
This film is referred to by actress Anne Hathaway.
The Snob mentions it more than once.
The Snob mentions it and it's mentioned in The Cinema Snob Movie (2012).
Clip of John Malkovich and Gary Sinise in this is featured in John Malkovich's TV biography.
Clip of John Malkovich and Dustin Hoffman in this is featured in John Malkovich's TV biography.
Music from the soundtrack is used
Shown as part of the 1999 episode of this show on VH1.
Jonathan Ross shows a clip of this when talking about Jonathan Ross' favourite films.
a clip is shown in a montage of John Cusack films
a clip is shown in a montage of John Malkovich films
Clip is presented
Ranks at #10
The movie is seen on Trenton's TV.
movie is discussed and analyzed
similar title/same plot
Shot for shot recreation of Being John Malkovich trailer.
Tal Mussari is a parody of John Malkovich
'Kevin' is hit in the head with a soda/beer can when walking at night while being adressed "Hey Malkovich!"
driving down the road, there is a sign that has a picture of a man with an open door in his head (after passing this sign, two people fall from out of nowhere like in this movie)
George Sr. finds a tunnel behind the refrigerator which he crawls into, becoming trapped, while "Malkovich"-esque music plays. Meanwhile, Buster takes control of his father's "surrogate" and pretends to be him.
During a video interlude between songs, a TV listing is displayed which includes "Burning John Malkovich".
Opening Homage spoofed Being John Malkovich.
When John Malkovich answers the phone call he asks who the hell it is and where he got the number.