History ShoutOut / HotFuzz

6th Feb '15 10:05:10 PM erforce
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** Looks more like The Mariachi in {{Desperado}}

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** Looks more like The Mariachi in {{Desperado}}''Film/{{Desperado}}''
19th Jun '14 6:23:37 PM Thecommander236
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--> '''Danny Butterman''': Do you want anything from the shop?
--> '''Nicholas Angel''': Cornetto.

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--> '''Danny Butterman''': -->'''Danny Butterman:''' Do you want anything from the shop?
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shop?\\
'''Nicholas Angel''': Angel:''' Cornetto.



* [[spoiler:Mr. Thatcher]] firing a Winchester Model 1887 - sawn off - is a reference to ''Terminator2''.

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* [[spoiler:Mr. Thatcher]] firing a Winchester Model 1887 - sawn off - is a reference to ''Terminator2''. A Winchester also appeared in Film/ShaunOfTheDead and played a major role in that movie.
24th May '14 9:06:41 PM ShinyAeon
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*** They just ''act'' like an evil cult, wearing black robes and chanting ominously, in a castle courtyard in the dead of night.
29th Dec '13 1:56:17 PM JIKTV
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** Well technically, the [[spoiler:NWA]] is not an evil cult, but a WellIntentionedExtremist association GoneHorriblyWrong.
* The name of Janet Barker's twins announced at the NWA meeting, Roger and Martin; after the protagonists of the ''Lethal Weapon'' series.

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** Well technically, the [[spoiler:NWA]] [[spoiler:[=NWA=]]] is not an evil cult, but a WellIntentionedExtremist association GoneHorriblyWrong.
* The name of Janet Barker's twins announced at the NWA [=NWA=] meeting, Roger and Martin; after the protagonists of the ''Lethal Weapon'' series.



* In addition to the NWA being a ShoutOut to [[{{NWA}} you-know-what]] (see FunWithAcronyms), Danny's "Yeaaaahh booooyyyyy!" to the barman before getting drunk with Angel.

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* In addition to the NWA [=NWA=] being a ShoutOut to [[{{NWA}} [[Music/{{NWA}} you-know-what]] (see FunWithAcronyms), Danny's "Yeaaaahh booooyyyyy!" to the barman before getting drunk with Angel.
26th Nov '13 3:03:34 PM EarlOfSandvich
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* When a shed full of guns is revealed: "[[WesternAnimation/HeManAndTheMastersOfTheUniverse By the Power of Grayskull!]]". Also said later on when Butterman's film collection is revealed.

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* When a shed full of guns is revealed: "[[WesternAnimation/HeManAndTheMastersOfTheUniverse "[[WesternAnimation/HeManAndTheMastersOfTheUniverse1983 By the Power of Grayskull!]]". Also said later on when Butterman's film collection is revealed.
13th Nov '13 10:37:35 PM Vasha
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* [[{{Chinatown}} Forget it, Nicholas. It's Sandford.]]
* A blink-and-you'll-miss-it ShoutOut occurs [[RunningGag repeatedly]] with the two guys running the front desk at the police station. One reads nothing but [[IainMBanks Iain M. Banks]] and the other nothing but [[IainBanks Iain Banks]] novels. This is a subversion of... something... in that while Iain M and Iain are the same man, [[spoiler:the two identical desk sergeants are not.]]

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* [[{{Chinatown}} [[Film/{{Chinatown}} Forget it, Nicholas. It's Sandford.]]
* A blink-and-you'll-miss-it ShoutOut occurs [[RunningGag repeatedly]] with the two guys running the front desk at the police station. One reads nothing but [[IainMBanks [[Creator/IainBanks Iain M. Banks]] and the other nothing but [[IainBanks Iain Banks]] Creator/IainBanks novels. This is a subversion of... something... in that while Iain M M. and Iain are the same man, [[spoiler:the two identical desk sergeants are not.]]
24th Dec '12 2:37:46 PM erforce
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* In the supermarket, the DVD of ''ShaunOfTheDead'' can be glimpsed for a few frames, with the title 'Zombies Party'.
** According to the DVD commentary, the ''ShaunOfTheDead'' DVD was actually the Spanish version of the film, title and all.
*** Another shout out to ''ShaunOfTheDead'', when Nicholas and Danny are chasing the shoplifter, they come across a row of fences where Nick says "What, you've never taken a shortcut before?"

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* In the supermarket, the DVD of ''ShaunOfTheDead'' ''Film/ShaunOfTheDead'' can be glimpsed for a few frames, with the title 'Zombies Party'.
** According to the DVD commentary, the ''ShaunOfTheDead'' ''Film/ShaunOfTheDead'' DVD was actually the Spanish version of the film, title and all.
*** Another shout out to ''ShaunOfTheDead'', ''Film/ShaunOfTheDead'', when Nicholas and Danny are chasing the shoplifter, they come across a row of fences where Nick says "What, you've never taken a shortcut before?"



* The lines in the beginning of ''ShaunOfTheDead''.

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* The lines in the beginning of ''ShaunOfTheDead''.''Film/ShaunOfTheDead''.



* [[ShaunOfTheDead "You've got red on you."]]

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* [[ShaunOfTheDead [[Film/ShaunOfTheDead "You've got red on you."]]
16th Sep '12 4:00:44 AM Aquila89
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* [[TheShining "You've always been here."]] In an inn, too. And his later compatriot is named Danny.

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* [[TheShining [[Film/TheShining "You've always been here."]] In an inn, too. And his later compatriot is named Danny.
20th Jun '12 12:51:51 AM Nanuq
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Hoo boy, where do we begin?
* [[{{Chinatown}} Forget it, Nicholas. It's Sandford.]]
* A blink-and-you'll-miss-it ShoutOut occurs [[RunningGag repeatedly]] with the two guys running the front desk at the police station. One reads nothing but [[IainMBanks Iain M. Banks]] and the other nothing but [[IainBanks Iain Banks]] novels. This is a subversion of... something... in that while Iain M and Iain are the same man, [[spoiler:the two identical desk sergeants are not.]]
* [[TheShining "You've always been here."]] In an inn, too. And his later compatriot is named Danny.
* There's a bit [[spoiler:where Nick has been stabbed by Danny, stashed in the boot of his car, then revealed only to be NotQuiteDead]], that's a homage to Tarantino's favorite shot: from the boot of the car.
* In the supermarket, the DVD of ''ShaunOfTheDead'' can be glimpsed for a few frames, with the title 'Zombies Party'.
** According to the DVD commentary, the ''ShaunOfTheDead'' DVD was actually the Spanish version of the film, title and all.
*** Another shout out to ''ShaunOfTheDead'', when Nicholas and Danny are chasing the shoplifter, they come across a row of fences where Nick says "What, you've never taken a shortcut before?"
* When a shed full of guns is revealed: "[[WesternAnimation/HeManAndTheMastersOfTheUniverse By the Power of Grayskull!]]". Also said later on when Butterman's film collection is revealed.
* Outsider cop visits a small town and discovers an evil's cult plot? Sounds like ''TheWickerMan''. Bonus points since Edward Woodward (who played the cop in the original Wicker Man) appears in the film.
** Well technically, the [[spoiler:NWA]] is not an evil cult, but a WellIntentionedExtremist association GoneHorriblyWrong.
* The name of Janet Barker's twins announced at the NWA meeting, Roger and Martin; after the protagonists of the ''Lethal Weapon'' series.
* The use of The Cardigans' song "Lovefool" in the village staging of ''RomeoAndJuliet'' implies that they've taken their cues from Baz Luhrmann's ''Romeo + Juliet'' (1996).
** More obviously perhaps, Blower and Draper are using the famous knight/angel costumes from that film. (While the background characters are in period dress), and Juliet uses Romeo's Beretta to commit suicide.
* The [[spoiler:priest]] seems to have spring loaded pistols in his sleeves a la [[TaxiDriver Travis Bickle]].
** Looks more like The Mariachi in {{Desperado}}
* The lines in the beginning of ''ShaunOfTheDead''.
--> '''Danny Butterman''': Do you want anything from the shop?
--> '''Nicholas Angel''': Cornetto.
* [[ShaunOfTheDead "You've got red on you."]]
* In addition to the NWA being a ShoutOut to [[{{NWA}} you-know-what]] (see FunWithAcronyms), Danny's "Yeaaaahh booooyyyyy!" to the barman before getting drunk with Angel.
* [[spoiler:Mr. Thatcher]] firing a Winchester Model 1887 - sawn off - is a reference to ''Terminator2''.
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