The Mummy (1999)
Based on the same Universal Pictures franchise.
Based on the same Universal Pictures franchise.
Imhotep has risen looking for his long lost love. He also has the same 'superstition' of not wanting to be touched. Also, the name 'Ardeth Bay' (a different character in the 1999 movie) is used by the Mummy in his human disguise.
lever-triggered slowly settling stone megaliths with sand pouring out like water, from which the characters must escape or be entombed alive see Trivia The Mummy 1999
The music and cinematography of the scenes with the characters walking or riding through the desert.
In both movies the treasure hunters wait till the sun rises before entering their destinations for the treasure; the ending is almost identical the temples collapses and both the heroes ride off not knowing they have a bag full of gold in the back that was put in by a deceased greedy person who put the gold into the wrong horse.
The "can't find my glasses" gag
Exact same brand and vintage of liquor
Brendan Fraser's character shoots using two guns.
Jonathan accidentally misreads the text from a cursed book which unleashes an undead army
a booby trap is set off which causes sand to release and trap anyone. also the girl wants to stop and grab some treasure but the hero pulls her out
Paul asks Flick and Tad fi they want to see this
The family is earning with bootleg copies of current movies, and Paulie specifically mentions this title.
Poster seen on a wall.
Jenn scares Evil Alan away using Sebastian the cat in the same way Rick scares away Imhotep
Among the many references to the original are: the columns in the opening scene fall in the same manner as the boocases in the library scene from the first movie; when Alex asks for an Egyptian symbol ('amenophus'), this is the same symbol Jonathan asked about in the first film (and that's why he knows the answer now). Also the scene of a water wall with a face devouring flying vessel is repeated (in The Mummy (1999) it was a sandstorm).
Mentioned by John Berton
The game's user resembes Rick O'Connell.
Vince Vaughn asks the waiter if he saw this movie.
One of Winnie Woodpecker's questions in her trivia game askes the name of Evelyn's brother.
A movie-poster is seen on the wall during the halloween-party.
Mentioned several times
Inspiration for Egyptian mythology
shadows stabbing old Santa like shadows stabbing Seti
mentioned in conversation
Hideo Kojima : "The flying face of flame [after the Fury's death]. That's inspired from "The Mummy" (laughs)".
Video case is shown.
Some onscreen text says something to the effect of "Teenagers can face fines and prison time for leaving 'The Mummy' in their shared folder."
One of the films listed as a one a guest starred in.
DVD is shown in a video store.
movie on shelf in store
DVD visible in Simon's 'Find out why your favorite movie sucks' booth at fair
Listed among the remakes to the original monster bash.
Omid tells that he was in this movie.
Video case is shown.
The Mummy pinball game
The name of Evelyn's first book about her adventures in the previous films.
Referenced by Joy
Jakob Stegelman mentions the film in his review of the DVD release of The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor (2008)
There is an acid trap in Hamunaptra during the "Raiders" scene.
Brett & Ellen explain why this wasn't on the top 5 list of Monsters/Aliens
"Look, it's Benny from The Mummy!"
The Joes fly past the Great Pyramid of Giza (a nod to Sommer's film The Mummy) & Arnold Vosloo plays a villian again
"It ended up going to Brendan Fraser, hot off The Mummy."
"So, the guy from The Mummy drives through the horde of zombies..."
gene shalit reviews this movie
recalls Brendan Fraser's role
Poster shown to introduce Brendan Fraser
Mention that Stephen Sommers directed the remake in 1999 and was a huge hit
The appearance of Frankenstein's monster is compared to that of the Mummy in this film.
The character of Rupert Bentley, an important figure at the museum, is portrayed by Eric Avari, who played virtually the same role in "The Mummy" (in the latter case, that of the curator of the Egyptian Museum).
Photograph is shown.
Mentioned in a conversation.
Mummy unleashes the Plagues of Egypt, scene of a scarab burrowing under Grimes' skin, giant face made of sand..
Mention that Stephen Sommers directed the remake of the Mummy
When The Chameleon was dressed up as a mummy, and "got rid of the curse", he said a lot of random words in relationship to Egypt and mummies. One of the stuff he said was Brendan Fraser. This is reference to the star of the 1999 film.
Mentioned in dialogue
Title mentioned by Josh's film geek friends
movie is shown to be available OnDemand
Mentioned by the narrator
Arnold Vosloo loses his arm in both Stephen Sommers's films
Mentioned by Ken.
A Fangoria magazine cover on Amos Satan's desk references The Mummy
among films that are intentionally terrible
Brendan Fraser gets an honorable mention.
"...your Brendan Fraser's The Mummy..."
Referenced by MenT and Tomás.
Mentioned by Rachel Weisz
Mentioned by Lorenzo James Henrie.
Danny loves the movie because of Brendan Fraser.
A mound rises up from the ground, then a swarm of ants explode from it. It mirrors when the Scarabs do it.
Mentioned by Dwayne Johnson
Jenny knocks down her guard with the book of Amun-Ra.
movie poster appears when Jay talks about the Brendan Fraser's Mummy movies
Mentioned by hosts.
Bridget: "Okay, this is just a deleted scene from 'The Mummy'."
Critic made various comparisons of the 2017 Mummy to the 1999 Mummy.
When Mac says the GPS isn't effective and the directions "are all up here" pointing to her head, it is the same line and motion used by Rick on the burning boat.
The "Mummy" franchise is #7.
Mentioned & discussed.
Jessica Biel talks about her fear of mummies stemming from her failed audition for "The Mummy".
Seen in wreckage of Hussein's palace
reviewed + footage used
VHS and DVD releases reviewed + footage used
Combo DVD release of The Mummy (1999) & The Mummy Returns (2001) reviewed + footage used
A special effects clip is shown.
Footage of the Mummy was shown. Poster is seen in background.
Clips of mistakes shown
Clips shown in a segment on Rick O'Connell.
a clip is shown in a montage of Rachel Weisz films
"Are mummies allergic to the sound of birds' names?"
The Mythbusters show a scene from the Mummy and try to re-create it.
The clip of Beni translating Imhotep, is shown on TV as part of a paranormal message
Mike says this is a good film
James says this movie borrowed more from The Mummy's Hand than the 1932 film
Clips are shown and James mentions the 1999 Mummy reboot again
"To quote Brendan Fraser in the Mummy..."
clip shown during scream montage
Rick O'Connell & Evelyn Carnahan are #9.
Clips are shown when Lupa mentions that two actors from The Mummy were also in The Love Bug.
movie is discussed
The Mummy is #10.
High Priest Imhotep is #7.
Evie Carnahan is #7.
The film is reviewed.
Clip is shown
Imhotep is #10.
The film is reviewed
Imhotep is #7.
Bugs crawling under skin.
it's parodied in there
The eerie, wailing voices heard in the background of both...and, of course, the mummies.