For a brief moment in Spider-man (2002) the twin towers are reflected in spider-man's lenses
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In Infinity War Thor had soup but still took about three big packet meals from their ship when he didn’t need it. Later in the Avengers 4 trailer Tony Stark is stranded in space on the guardians ship. He ran out of food 4 days ago. Thanks Thor.
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The pizza place in 'Home Alone' is called Little Nero's Pizza and their slogan is 'No Fiddlin' Around' and since the legend is that Nero fiddled while Rome was burning, the slogan is a clever way of saying "We won't burn your pizza".
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In Shaun of the Dead (2004) a radio Shaun walks past mentions a deep space probe breaking apart over a populated area. This is possibly the cause of the zombie outbreak in the film.
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The first four androids in the main Alien series were introduced in alphabetical order: Ash, Bishop, Call and David.
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In LOTR: The Fellowship of the Ring, after Boromir's death, his vambraces are worn by Aragorn
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At the end of ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ (2013) Jordan Belfort, Leonardo Dicaprio, is introduced on stage by the real Jordan Belfort by calling Jordan (himself) “the badest motherfucker I have ever met”
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bit of foreshadowing in Wreck-It Ralph, after Ralph lands in Sugar Rush, Vanellope doesn't know who he is, while King Candy instantly does. This is one, out of many clues that leads to the big twist with his character.
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In Fant4stic (2015), Johnny Storm (aka the Human Torch) has a fire flower hanging from his mirror
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In "Beauty and the Beast" (1991), the Beast / Prince never received an official name. However, some of the cast allegedly named him "Adam". This is likely referencing Frankenstein's Monster in "Frankenstein" (1818). Never given a name by his creator, the Monster suggested that he be called "Adam".
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In Xmen First Class, The Hellfire Club's attack scene begins with Darwin and Havoc playing pinball and Darwin joking that Havoc is killing him. The scene ends with Shaw killing Darwin with Havoc's own energy burst.
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In The Godfather (1972) Vito Corleone's olive oil company, Genco, is being hinted. The company is not mentioned until the flashbacks of Vito's life in part II.
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In the original Jumanji, Alan's father's company, Parrish Shoes, is a play on "pair of shoes"
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HOME ALONE 3, after their run in with Alex, who's off school with chicken pox, the crooks all have chicken pox when we see their mugshots
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The reason why Spider-Man’s “Snappening” in Infinity War lasted so much longer than others was that he knew what was coming with his Spider Sense and was using his immense strength to attempt to prevent it
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In Room (2015) we can see a spot was dug up by the tree and marked as evidence (yellow note). In the book Ma had another baby before Jack, who died at birth and was buried in the backyard by her abductor.
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[Avengers] Endgame was always going to be the title.
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Cape Fear (1991) Max Cady has two images of Captain Marvel (Mar-vell) hanging in his prison cell. In the comics, Mar-vell was trapped for a time in the "Negative Zone", where all matter is "negatively charged" and for every hour on Earth, two weeks pass.
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In Creed (2015) Adonis makes a joke about The Godfather, (1972) quoting the famous line “I’m gonna make him an offer he can’t refuse” however, Talia Shire, the actress who played Adrian in the Rocky series, also starred in The Godfather as Connie Corleon. Rocky must’ve freaked out when he saw it....
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In The Grinch (2018) “Who Foods” carries green hair dye. In a scene it’s pointed out the grinch’s grocery shopping includes green hair dye, no other Who in Whoville is green or has green hair to dye, the market carries it specially for the grinch.
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In Cruising (1980), the serial killer is dubbed by the voice of his own father during the murder scenes, to suggest he is channelling his strict father while committing the crimes. In other scenes, the actor playing the suspected killer uses his own voice (Source: director William Friedkin)
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In Christmas With the Kranks, the couple on the cruise poster at the beginning of the film is wearing the same swimsuits that Luther buys for himself and Nora.
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In “Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy” Jim Prideaux spots George Smiley and asks the boy Bill if Smiley might be a beggarman or a thief. Those words comprise the last line of the “Tinker, Tailor” nursery rhyme. Control gave Smiley the code name Beggarman.
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It just dawned on me that the movie Predestination (2014) was basically inspired by a silly question.
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In Creed II, Adonis and Bianca lay on the ground with their new baby, calling back to the scene of their first kiss in the previous movie.
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Working on movie sets with @titsonmyballs
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In The Force Awakens Rey's X-wing pilot helmet is salvage from the wreckage that litters Jakku. The writing on the side translates to Ræh, a former Rebel pilot. This most likely means that Rey isn’t her birth name and she just took it from the helmet.
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In Die Hard with a Vengeance (1994) Bruce Willis tells Samuel L. Jackson he was "smoking cigarettes and watching Captain Kangaroo" while suspended from the police force. That phrase is reference to a lyric sung by Bruce Willis in Pulp Fiction (1993) as he attempts to retrieve his father's watch.
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In American Psycho (2000) in the closing scene a sign reading “THIS IS NOT AN EXIT” can be seen hanging on the door behind Patrick Bateman. These are the last words of the novel.
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Bruce Banner experienced Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015), Thor: Ragnarok (2017) and Avengers: Infinity War (2018) over the course of less than a week. Explanation in the comments.
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