Requiem for a Dream (2000)
The action speed when the character Alex is having sex with 2 women in the bed.
The scene of the dealer peeling an orange at the supermarket. In "The Godfather" the oranges appear before something tragic is about to happen.
Tyrone says "Dy-no-mite!" when on the phone at one point.
A woman stabs a man in his hand with a fork while they are sitting at a table in a restaurant
A monster refrigerator destroys someone's dream of becoming famous.
The scene where Marion is in her bathtub and then screams is exactly like one scene in "Perfect Blue".
Jennifer Connelly's shot at the beach is an homage to the same shot with her in "Dark City"
When the Stimutacs drugs take effect, there are close-up shots of characters' eyes as their pupils dilate, a visual reference to the Aronofsky film.
Referenced by J.D.
repeatedly uses the sound effect-punctuated "hip hop montage" style of short shots to depict the increasing consumption of sleeping pills on a nightstand
Some drug scenes
Wakes up and finds out that he has no hands. Shot in the same way.
You can see this movie in Robert Englund's DVD collection
Drug useage visuals
When XXXX is taking medicine with booze a close up shot of his eye is shown, with his pupil widening. This same shot is shown multiple time in Requiem for a Dream, with the same sound effect.
Coney Island locations
This title is referenced.
George´s electro-shocks and Davids fantasy with the women in a TV-show style and the hosting are like in "Requiem for a dream"
Referenced during Jennifer Connelly's interview.
Valerie's pratfall at the end of this week's Room & Bored episode is described as "Requiem for a Dream meets Dr. Seuss".
Requiem for a Dream is displayed on the screen during the Darren Aronofsky interview.
title listed under Ellen Burstyn's name
DVD on shelf in Brian's house
When Peter meets with his mother, and she asks if he returned her television, he says he sold it for crack. This is what the character Harry Goldfarb does in Requiem for a Dream.
Music heard several times
The title is shown
When getting ready to ride the snowmobile and fashioning a torch, the camera work mimics the drug taking sequences of Requiem for a Dream
DVD is shown in a video store.
poster seen in rental store
Ellen says the director of "Pi" also directed this movie
The lateral tracking shot with a high-speed time-lapse of activity is taken from the earlier film also starring Jared Leto.
Title and music reference.
In segment "Mickey Rourke presenta Muchachada Nui".
"I'll show you a really funny one." Mike: "It's called 'Requiem for a Dream'."
Brett says the director of "Black Swan" also directed this movie
Jessica Lowndes talks about this movie during interview
Referenced by name
"The people in Requiem For A Dream didn't have to do that."
Clint Mansell's iconic main musical theme from the film ("Lux Aeterna") is played during the fake trailer of "The Cleveland Show: The Movie" in the opening scene of the episode.
The scene where Roger and Cookie get high
"Ass to ass!" chant
The short's title is a parody of the title of Darren Aronofsky's film because the characters take drugs that result in bizarre hallucinations
use of snorricam
Poster is shown in Matt's room.
The "ass-to-ass" scene is mentioned.
Dragoon's suggestion for Dr. Venture and Billy Quizboy to go "ass to ass".
copies "drug making procedure" editing style of older film for some sequences
The title song plays during the swimming gala.
Ben asks the singing telegram company: "Do you know anything from the 'Requiem for a Dream' soundtrack?"
the story has similarities
"...and a homicidal heroin addict that would bring Harry Golfarb to shame."
The movie poster is shown.
Travis and Laurie's hallucinations are modeled after various drug sequences in Requiem For A Dream
James and Mike discuss it
Mentioned in dialogue
An homage to the "ass to ass" quote appears when Deadpool's butt is shown and flashbacks to Wade's.
When the human junkie prepares his bath salts, the hiphop montage of the shots of a lighter flick, sizzling substance on spoon, and the liquid in the syringe is a reference to the this movie.
The "trip" scenes for Sean are based off of the dock scene in Requiem for a Dream.
When Sebastian is making coffee, the scene is edited with several rapid cuts just like when the characters use heroin.
Mentioned in dialogue
An analysis of the movie
title is mentioned
Mentioned by Zbynek Janícek.
Kate says with all the hormones will make it like "Requiem for a Dream" up in here.
The Snob mentions it.
A lonely person repeatedly dreams of appearing on a popular television show.
Brought up in Darren Aronofsky's filmography.
The fast cutscenes of Dominique dispensing her pills, swallowing them and preparing food with underlying sound effects resemble cutscenes that are so characteristic for Requiem for a Dream.
Referenced by one of the actors on the train
Split screen edit
Mike: "I can't believe they reused this song in 'Requiem for a Dream'."
Ebert's #10 pick.
Clips are shown during the "Memo to the Academy" segment.
Right before Denzel enters the Techno club, a quote from Requeim (Tappy Tibbons saying "We've got a winner") can be heard on the film's soundtrack. This connection is confirmed in the end credits to Man on Fire
A fragment of this film is shown in this episode
mentioned and several clips are shown
a depressing moment
Jared Leto's transformations for Requiem for a Dream, Chapter 27 and Dallas Buyers Club are #2.
Requiem for a Dream is #6.
clips shown and title/theme music discussed
Excerpts and behind-the-scenes shots of several scenes from Requiem for a Dream are scene, including makeup being applied to Ellen Burstyn and Jared Leto and the infected arm being amputated.
The Monkey On Their Backs is #10.
Clip is presented
Clips are shown.
The ending of Requiem for a Dream is #9.
Harry Goldfarb is #7.
Requiem for a Dream is #3.
Marlon Wayans is #2.
Requiem for a Dream is #8.
A clip is shown.
Requiem for a Dream gets an honorable mention for making you love Marlon Wayans.
Clips of the movie are shown
Requiem for a Dream is #1.
Marlon Wayans is #5 with Requiem for a Dream.
Requiem for a Dream is #7.
Requiem for a Dream is #2.
Ellen Burstyn is #15.
The movie is ranked 1st.
in the scene in the supermarket
When Captain Hero takes steroids, the rapid cutting between scenes that follows (the dilated pupils, increased blood flow, acne) is a reference to the montages in the film Requiem for a Dream
redone as the porn "requiem for a wet dream"
Parodied when Tosh shoots up candy
Spoofed in segment "Requiem for a Cream"
For spoof film festival
Shots, editing style and exaggerated sound when taking NocheTussin.
The woman in the Girl Scouts' Cookies sketch has a horrible nightmare that includes a scene where she offers to do "ass to ass" like in this movie.
"Ass to ass" scene parodied
Christian Frates recites a passage of the film in different voices.