Deconstructing Harry (1997)
Big Bird dolls are seen in a store scene.
Larry buys his nephew a Power Ranger.
Gene Siskel says the self-serving Kevin Costner movie, "The Postman" (1997), reminds him of the scene in which the cast applauds Woody Allen. Also: a still is shown in the "Now in Theaters" bumper. Thumbs down from Siskel; thumbs up from Ebert.
Referenced during the "Sweet and Lowdown" review.
Jennifer Garner is attributed to working on this film.
mentioned by name
One of the unwanted DVDs singing "Someday".
Subject of a $1,000 clue in the category "Movie Name Droppers"
The illusory Woody Allen tells Alice that Sigmund Freud claims that work and sex were the two most important things in life.
Woody Allen quotes a line of his from this movie.
Marion Cotillard says that it's her favorite Woody Allen movie.
Abe Lucas previously taught at Harry Block's old college Adair University.
features clips from this film
Several clips are shown.
The depiction of hell in Deconstructing Harry is #1.