Mr. Nobody (2009)
When Nemo is chasing after Anna and her father in the car, the gag with the two motorcycles is exactly the same as the Keaton film
Anna's number washes away in the rain like Ilsa's note at the train station.
The moment where Nemo arrives at his Mother's front door and she does not recognise him is very reminiscent of the Capra movie
Many references during the film: Old man in a white room, the spaceship design.
A giant foot descends from the sky, crushing a house.
Series of flashbacks based on an interview to a centenarian recounting his life. Also, the interview takes place in a nursing home and is performed by a journalist using a tape recorder, clear nods to Penn's 'Little Big Man'.
The part when 15 year old Nemo is paralyzed, blind, deaf and can only feel sun and other people foot step and perfume is a direct homage to Dalton Trumbo's Johnny Got His Gun
Nemo's faked suicides that his mom ignores are almost taken directly out of Harold and Maude
Being unstuck in time, Billy Pilgrim is like Nemo's many worlds.
When the orchestra playing on the bus goes past Nemo it's a reference to the same gag in the Mel Brooks movie.
bicyle(s) in space
Nemo's timelapse photography installation, is a reference to an important plot device in Greenaway's film.
The main character in both movies runs after a train and there are different stories of his life that follow depending on whether he catches the train or not.
The sequence of teen nemo and his step sister is a homage of Los amantes del Círculo Polar
The soundtrack is used in one scene, and Jared Leto appears in both movies
Several references to the movie : The old house, the crashing skyscrapers...Furthermore, Jared Leto and the famous Pixies'song "Where is my mind ?" were both featured in Fight Club.
The lateral tracking shot with a high-speed time-lapse of activity is taken from the earlier film also starring Jared Leto.
Nemo says he has to find "The Architect"
In the second half of the movie, when Elise realizes she is still in love with Stefano, Nemo hugs her and she says she has to leave, otherwise everyone will drown with her. Nemo responds that they will learn to swim. This is almost exact quotation of Sarah Polley's (Elise) dialogue at the end of the Secret life of words.
timeline is wibbly wobbly timey wimey and Nemo using transcript to communicate younger Nemo via ordinary video is similar to Doctor Who's episode named Blink.
Nemo Nobody sits in hospital telling the story of his past, even mentioning that his life starts at the end and finishes at the beginning.
The DVD's release is discussed.
Mentioned by Selassie.
Features the song "Mohe panghat pe Nandlal" playing in the spaceship that is carrying Nemo to Mars.
Watched on TV
A small fragment is featured.
scene with the cavemen
movie is reviewed