In the Hangover, Bradley Cooper’s character Phill wakes up with a headache. This is a reference to the fact that the characters are hungover from the night before.
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Thor's age in Avengers: Infinity War is a reference to the fact that Thor was first mentioned in Norse Mythology in 523 AD, about 1500 years before Infinity War came out (2018).
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Three of the four original Ghostbusters made appearances in the 2016 reboot. The fourth preemptively died in 2014 to avoid being asked.
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After needing to be rescued in Saving Private Ryan (1998) and The Martian (2015), Matt Damon was implanted with a tracker to avoid being lost again.
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Before the release of their highly anticipated film Avengers: Endgame, Marvel Studios shortened the film and cut some scenes together to hype up the release. The end product was a huge success and can be viewed on YouTube in its entirety.
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If you pay close attention when viewing Shrek the Third you will more than likely notice that the Death Star never appears in any scene, which is to indicate to us, the viewer, that Shrek does not exist within the Star Wars universe.
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In Toy Story (1995), Woody says “Hey Buzz, you’re flying!” Buzz replies “This isn’t flying, this is falling with style.” They’re both wrong. This is gliding.
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It’s common knowledge that Harrison Ford shooting this bandit was unscripted. What most people don’t know is that the bandit’s presence was unscripted to begin with, and Ford stopped him from rampaging and killing the crew.
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In Spider-Man 3 (2007) we see Sandman as a villain because let’s face it no one actually likes sand
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In the Shrek (2001) we learn that Shrek actually exhales helium. This is clearly seen when Shrek inflates a balloon that immediately floats
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In the "Empire Strikes Back" Vader actually said to Luke: "No, I am your father!". That's true, as he might had been his father, but he wasn't his daddy.
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Harrison Ford subtly points in all his movies as a way of letting his co-stars know when it’s their line
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The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1990) wear masks in order to protect their secret identities as Renaissance painters
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In the movie Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse main character Miles Morales can actually be seen alongside other spider people. These spider people were originally intended to be a cameo, but were left in because they had already been animated.
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In Avengers: Infinity War (2018) the main villain Thanos says the line “Reality is often disappointing”, a few moments later he says “Reality can be whatever I want”, this is of course in reference to my uncle Howard who had everything he wanted but killed himself anyway.
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The Matrix includes a scene of Cipher, played by Joe Pantoliano, eating food. This is a reference to the fact that Joe Pantoliano actually has a condition that requires him to eat food in order to live.
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Despite there being a character named Marla Singer in the film Fight Club, the movie is generally not considered a musical, which is why it didn’t win the 1997 Oscar for Best Musical. Also because it was released in 1999.
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The movie "Big hero 6" is titled so because it is the 6th movie in the franchise. The studio just forgot to release the first 5, and hoped the audience wont notice.
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Is this one of you guys?
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Ralph Breaks the Internet is the first movie to be filmed almost entirely on location inside the Internet.
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a loving homage
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Arnold Schwarzenegger was chosen to play the Terminator (1984) because he was the only person with a big enough physique to be able to hold the Endoskeleton inside of him and play it convincingly.
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Tension between lead actor Benedict Cumberbatch and director Scott Derrickson led to an enraged Cumberbatch storming off of the set of Doctor Strange (2016) and Derrickson being forced to edit together an ending using recycled footage.
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The “Far From Home” in the title of “Spider-Man: Far From Home” (2019) is a reference to my movie watching friend John who is on vacation in California, very far from where we live. Because of this I couldn’t see the movie with him. Have fun in Cali John, but come home soon, we miss you.
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Production on the newest Fast and Furious movie has been delayed several times due to Vin Diesel winking at the camera and mumbling “Family” after every take.
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Scarface (1983) is the number one movie of all time when adjusted to include college dorm room posters.
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In the original Spongebob movie, a talking sponge and his stupid pink friend can be seen laughing, probably because the taxes you’re paying won’t be used to repair the broken roads.
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In Spider-Man: Far From Home, Peter's European identity is "Night Monkey". This is a reference to the fact that humans evolved from monkeys, and that he fights at night.
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In Shrek the Third, Shrek is dressed as a noble and forced into a T-pose. This is so he can assert his dominance over the lower classes.
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In Game of Thrones Season 8, Varys comforted Tyrion after he confessed that he's the one that betrayed him, which is a slight nod to the fact that the fanbase did not blame the actors for the nonsense that was Season 8
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