Ghost World (2001)
Seymour has the movie poster on his wall.
Seymour has the film poster on his wall.
The shots into various people's apartments
Video customer tries to rent this title
Poster on Enid's bedroom wall, next to the cabinet her record player sits on.
Poster on Enid's bedroom wall.
Yuki is pictured on the bus stop where Norman waits
video clerk finds this movie on his computer, instead of Fellini's 8 1/2 (1963)
The mask Enid buys from the sex shop resembles Catwoman's mask.
Enid wears a Raptor t-shirt that looks like a merchandising tie-in with this film.
When Enid visits Seymour's garage sale and thumbs through his records for sale, she briefly pulls out a record by R. Crumb and his Cheap Suit Serenaders, of which director Terry Zwigoff and R Crumb were members - a reference to Zwigoff's documentary Crumb (1994).
A customer in the adult video store scene is looking at the boxcover of this movie.
name of "extroverted psuedo-bohemian loser" reggae band
Copies of "Eyes Wide Shut" are seen in the video store
Title appears on screen when Illeana Douglas is in shot.
Sky Mangel proves to be akin to Enid throughout the 2003 series and it is revealed that she bases a lot of her demeanor off of Enid in that episode
Video case is shown in a video store.
DVD and video case are shown in a video store.
Dick asks Logan what Beaver is doing with the girl from Ghost World.
The box cover is seen in the video store.
mentioned by Dick
Original comic book is shown.
Jay mentions that Steve Buscemi was in the film
"Yeah, you can see her memorizing her lines from Ghost World about now."
DVD is shown in Matt's room.
Video case is shown.
Comix Scrutinizer says that Dan Clowes wrote this
from the same writer/artist
"Darla Dimple [is] played by Ashley Peldon. She's just jealous because she flunked art class!"
Opening segment contains Enid dancing to the theme from this movie which we see as Enid is watching it on her television.
Seymour watches the title while attempting to call Enid
Ebert's #4 pick.
clips are featured
Footage is shown when Ellen discusses movie adaptations of graphic novels
Clips shown & discussed.