The Pianist (2002)
Movie being commented on during sketch set in cinema
Title mentioned during Wake Up Wakefield!
Mentioned during 'Velvet Productions' sketch
Carrie wants to see it at the movies
Ephram wants to rent the movie.
Googolplex marquee: "The Pianist Goes Hawaiian"
referenced in movie theatre sketch
Video case is shown in a video store.
Michael Rapaport mentions Adrian Brody winning an Oscar for this film.
One of the films on the list
mentioned in dialogue
Kate Winslet lists this as a Holocaust film
Englehorn stops the rolling bottle of chloroform with his foot as Driscoll watches. There is a similar scene between the same two actors in Polanski's film, when Szpilman drops the jar of pickles.
Question in the Weakest Link parody about this film
scene with Polanski winning the Best Director Oscar
Subject of a $1,000 question
Onscreen crawl of movies edited by Cleanflix
Mentioned by Arnold on Weekend Update while talking about Roman Polanski
Subject of a $1,600 clue in the category "Oscar Youngest/Oldest"
Referenced during a recap of A.O. Scott's picks for the top ten films of the decade.
Mentioned in the sheriff's "no reason" opening monologue.
Max: "Sanya, how did it work out?" - Sanya: "Like in Pianist, Max. Thanks to our hands!"
DVD in video store.
"...or if I accidentally put on The Pianist."
Mentioned by Holly Hudson.
In archive footage of the Oscar ceremony, Harrison Ford mentions the movie by title.
Joseph Fiennes as Wladyslaw Szpilman is #9.
Title seen in screenshot
Title is referenced
The protagonist walks alone and crestfallen before a huge and depressing environment.
A movie poster is hanging on the wall of the detective's squad room.
Seen in an article as method acting by Adrien Brody.
Answer to a question; still shown
Clips are shown
A fragment of this film is shown.
footage from this film
The movie clip is shown.
The Pianist is #3.
The Pianist is #7.
Film clips included
The Pianist is #4.
The Piano Scene is #7.
Spoofed in "Daily Mail Movies Re-Mastered So Nazis Win"