Miller's Crossing (1990)
Johnny calls Bernie "a horse of a different color".
Funeral scene; long tree-lined road near cemetery; being left on the road by the woman leaving the funeral; decoy corpse to fake someone's death
A boxing poster is visible with the name "Lars Thorwald" printed on it. Lars Thorwald is the name of Raymond Burr's character in Rear Window.
The "endless" ringing of the phone at Tom Reagan's apartment
Roger Ebert says that "Men of Respect" (1990) is even more complicated than this movie.
Movie poster at Mondo Video
the way Gabriel Byrne is beaten up (like Marvin) plus the police arrival ;in the warehouse
Crow: "It's kind of 'Miller's Crossing' time."
Mike: "Later, in 'Miller's Crossing'"
movie poster visible in Barney's apartment
Servo: "Look in your heart, eh?" as character is cornered in the woods.
In End of Days Gabriel Byrne says to Schwarzenegger, "We're on the same side" the same thing he said to tic-tac in Miller's Crossing
the cutscene shootout at the bar in mission 13
Max fakes the killing of the husband by firing his gun and telling him to run with the money.
Scene where a character under a bed shoots a person in the foot, they fall, and they are shot in the head.
Title quoted by main actor in the movie
The dialogues reference John Turturro as Bernie Bernbaum pleading for his life.
In "Ballad of The Sneak", one of the lyrics of the song is "What's the rumpus", a line from this movie used as a greeting by several characters
Roger quotes one of John Turturro's lines and mentions to Stan that it is his favorite movie
using a hat as deeper meaning, the last shot has the main character bringing the brim of his hat down, marking the end of the story.
correct response in "Memorable Movies" category
After Llewlyn Moss is hit with the deadbolt in his hotel room, he escapes from Anton Chigurh by climbing out the window, dropping to the sidewalk below, then reenters the hotel through the front entrance. In the earlier Coen Brothers movie, Tom Reagan makes a similar move after he is blackmailed by Bernie Bernbaum.
Characters discussed movie
Seth Rogen tells Danny McBride to "look into your heart" as McBride points a gun at Rogen, the same line John Turturro says to Gabriel Byrne.
Shawn says, "I'm totally gonna pull a John Turturro from 'Miller's Crossing' on him."
Poster can be seen shortly in the Irish pub during the fight scene
Cover seen on shelf in DVD-store
mentioned by Louis
Referenced by Abed
The use of the song "Danny Boy"
Mentioned by Cassidy as an example of a good Coen brothers' movie.
"They gotta be filming Miller's Crossing around here somewhere."
Mentioned by Jesse as one of the Coen brothers' movies.
Death march scene in the woods is homaged
Clips are shown for the review. Two thumbs up.
The Video Pick of the Week.
A clip is shown in the teaser for the next episode: "Breakthrough Stars of 1991".
Sonnenfeld discusses making of the film; clips are shown
Miller's Crossing is #7.
Opening credits and letter style of the title of this film are used.
Contains footage of the violent shoot-out which was accompanied by the song Danny Boy.
Floating hat from the title sequence
Miller's Crossing is #5.
Miller's Crossing gets an honorable mention.
Bernie Bernbaum gets an honorable mention.
A Walk in the Woods is #7.
In both films the song "Goodnight, Sweetheart" is sung. In the scene when it's sung in "The Palm Beach Story" Gerry makes up with Tom and they kiss, while in the corresponding scene in "Miller's Crossing" Leo breaks with Tom and says: "It's the kiss-off."
"Sorry. Wrong Film." scene with Gabriel Byrne going up the stairs with a gun