8 Mile (2002)
This movie is referenced
Austerity, rise, empowerment, vanity and conflict.
Both films have the infamous line: "You're the man now, dog!"
Like the line from Vanilla Sky, the tagline for 8 Mile was "Every moment is a chance to turn it all around", even though Eminem's rap for 8 Mile had the line "You only get one shot".
Lyrics in one song says "...be ready to face off like Cage and Eminem."
It is referenced in the film's tagline. This film's story has parallels to 8 Mile.
Rory calls Sandra's life story "8 Mile meets Fame."
poster on the wall of one of the apartments
poster in window of video-store
Music from the film plays as Stan realises he has to take part in a music contest, just like in this film.
Advertised on a bus.
Title mentioned/many still frames used
Video case is shown in a video store.
White Rapper at black club
Poster is seen
Mentioned during the monologue
Lorelai mentions "8 Mile" when she sees Taylor wearing a hood and tracksuit.
Fredrik talks about this movie
Poster in window of Video Riot.
In a segment on the line "I could have been a contender, I could have been somebody", Mikey Robins compares Marlon Brando in On The Waterfront to Eminem in this movie with his "one moment, one shot".
A writer proposes the film as the basis for a sketch.
DVD is shown.
A character mentions the film.
mentioned during The Movie Numbers Game
A character, Jeff Barnes (Scott Krinsky), quotes the lyrics from the 8 Mile soundtrack : "one shot, one opportunity,..."
When talking about 9 1/2 weeks Ashley mentions that there is a scene where the mother from 8 mile
Subject of a $400 clue in the category "Animals in Movies?"
Mentioned by Justice Sotomayor (Nasim Pedrad) on Weekend Update
Pam says, "I don't want the first thing that the baby hears to be the '8 Mile' soundtrack!"
Kevin is introduced staring into the mirror before vomiting out of nervousness.
Best rapper turned actor performance: Eminem
Telling Daphne about his meeting with Sergio, Aaron says "It was like 8 Mile."
mentioned by Cleveland
mentioned in dialogue
movie is discussed.
mentioned in dialogue
correct response in "Movie by Oscar-Winning Song" category
Rap Critic says he likes this movie
referenced in a clue in "Single Named Singers" category
A poster of the fictitious film "9 Kilometers" is seen at the Miramount studio, featuring the same yellow typeface and basic poster design.
Nick asks Alex James a question about Eminem's Oscar win for "Lose Yourself" from the 8 Mile soundtrack.
In the barbershop, David tells Casey that she looked like Eminem from 8 Mile.
Title used in Movie Mashup game.
Evan and another guy talk about this film in the car.
Brittany's role in the film is referenced.
A copy of the film is visible on Murphy's shelf.
correct response in "A Song in That Movie" category
Jonah sings a brief parody of "Lose Yourself"
Blu-Ray is seen.
Rich Evans describes Black Cougar as "8 Mile meets Toys"
Minhaj compares his "Daily Show" audition with the rap battle in the film.
Mentioned by Bridget Everett
Mentioned by Carey Mulligan
Mentioned by Letitia Wright
When Rabbit enters his mother's trailer, she is watching "Imitation of Life" - another film that centers around race.
Including several scenes from 8 Mile
"Lose Yourself" wins for "Best Video from a Film"
The song "Lose Yourself" is #93 on the list.
The show has clips of this movie in it.
brief clip is shown
brief clips are shown
Clip played during segment of music songs
Mark alludes to it. Also, footage of this movie is shown.
Film trailer used
Jacob watches the movie and falls in love with Brittany Murphy.
George is like B-Rabbit.
Cartman writes some (Christian) lyrics on his hand while he is listening to music on a bus, like Eminem in 8 Mile
The video contains a parody of a rap battle scene from 8 Mile in which it is Eminem, as B-Rabbit, versus Eminem, as Slim Shady.
The rap battle was spoofed.
Bugs Bunny stars in 8 Carrot.
Jr. and Kenny's rap battle
The scene where Stan is sitting on a bus writing best man toasts
The rap battle scene
Poster titled "8 Mile Dong"