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RE: When a film uses a scene from another film. - 22/11/2013 3:11:16 AM   
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Hostel shows a scene off Pulp Fiction on TV, which is the scene where Samuel L. Jackson repeats a verse off the Bible before he was about to shoot Brett.

Natural Born Killers when Mickey and Mallory are in bed and you can see a scene off Scarface on the TV.

Freddy Got Fingered when Freddy ends up in a centre for sexually molested children and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974) is playing on TV, which you see him watching with all the other children there.

Scream when there is a house party and whilst the Horror geek is repeating the rules about how to survive a Horror film, you can see Halloween (1978) playing on TV.


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RE: When a film uses a scene from another film. - 22/11/2013 8:23:01 PM   
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Film 2013, the other night, seemed to indicate that THE FAMILY has a scene where Robert De Niro watches a clip from GOODFELLAS...

Wow, why don't you rub his face in dogshit while you're at it...

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RE: When a film uses a scene from another film. - 22/11/2013 9:28:45 PM   
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This isn't quite the topic, but I once saw a crappy B film on Channel 5 (natch), which used actual footage from Terminator 2 -- essentially several shots that featured none of the main cast from the escape from the Cyberdyne sequence; so instead of Arnie minigunning the LA policeforce it's a bloke with a beard and an M-16.

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RE: When a film uses a scene from another film. - 27/11/2013 10:53:20 PM   
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E.T. and The Quiet Man. ET is watching the film, getting drunk on beer, and Elliot is in school, also feeling the effects, and playing out John Wayne's roll with blonde girl playing out Maureen O'Hara.

Not quite the same, but in the pilot for BSG, as the ceremonial flight of vipers passes Galactica, they play the original series' theme tune.

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RE: When a film uses a scene from another film. - 28/11/2013 1:07:34 AM   
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The Hitman movie literally opens with the first 5 minutes of the James Cameron directed pilot episode of the Jessica Alba show DARK ANGEL. In the context of Hitman, young Timothy Olyphant is supposed to be a 12 year old girl - the same girl meant to be Young Jessica Alba for the Dark Angel pilot.

Bloody ridiculous, that was!

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RE: When a film uses a scene from another film. - 3/12/2013 10:28:22 AM   
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Alabama watching A Better Tomorrow 2 on TV in True Romance.

Clarence and Alabama watching Sonny Chiba movies in the same film and of Course Drexl and Clarence Juliens the Mac on the TV.

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RE: When a film uses a scene from another film. - 14/12/2013 8:49:31 PM   
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The family watching It's A Wonderful Life in French in Home Alone.

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RE: When a film uses a scene from another film. - 28/12/2013 8:11:12 PM   
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French Film time!

One which stands out in my memory is the intro to Jean-Pierre Jeunet's 'Micmacs', where the main character mimes a scene from 'The Big Sleep' in its French incarnation.

Seeing the back and forth between Marlowe and Rutledge play out on one face is amusing to say the least.

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RE: When a film uses a scene from another film. - 16/1/2014 9:38:02 AM   
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I saw the trailer for Grudge Match in the cinema the other day and I could be wrong, but have they used footage from Rocky III where he announces his retirement from the ring (although it looked like there was some CG jiggery-pokery going on too)? Nice idea if they have although I can see it distracting from the current film a little.

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