Unbreakable (2000)

1. Director/Writer M. Night Shyamalan has a cameo as the drug dealer in the stadium.

2. Originally Unbreakable was supposed to be the first part of a trilogy, with Bruce Willis's character becoming more of a superhero and Samuel L Jackson becoming more of a super villain (Mr Glass) but because the film wasn't as successful as expected this idea was cancelled.

Undercover Brother (2002)

1. The moves Lance uses on the three security guards are all "Fatalities" from the video game Mortal Kombat .

2. As the B.R.O.T.H.E.R.H.O.O.D. team infiltrates the Man's compound in the "Island Fortress Cleaning Service" van, Dave Chappelle 's tongue is green. Evidently he had been sucking on a piece of candy just before the scene was shot.

3. When Chi McBride is in his office, he says, "I'm gettin' too old for this shit!" He then looks up at a picture of Danny Glover, who has said the same line in all of the Lethal Weapon films.

4. Also present in the Chief's office is a photo of Phillip Michael Thomas from Miami Vice (1984)

5. Anton Jackson says "Hollywood really *is* out to get Spike Lee?" Spike Lee is director Malcolm D. Lee's cousin.

Untouchables, The (1987)

1. The scene where Malone picks up a dead body, holds it against the window and shoots it was ad-libbed by Sean Connery.

Usual Suspects, The (1995)

1. Redfoot (Peter Greene) makes reference to Pulp Fiction (1994) (which also featured Greene) by saying We'll feed it to the Gimp

2. The name of the film's production company (Blue Parrot/Bad Hat Harry Productions) is an inside reference to a line from Jaws (1975), Brody meets an old guy in a bathing cap on a beach and greets him by saying That's a bad hat, Harry.

3. When Kobayashi gives the five criminals the folders that show everything that the five men have ever done, the order in which Keaton hands them out is also the order in which the criminals die.

4. The line-up scene was scripted as a serious scene, but after a full day of filming takes where the actors couldn't keep a straight face, director Bryan Singer decided to use the funniest takes.

5. Almost nobody in the cast knew who Keyser Soze was. After the premiere Gabriel Byrne said: I thought I was Keyser Soze.




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