The film depicts the life of Jack Reed through the eyes of Louise Bryant, much as Kane's life is seen through the eyes of Thompson and the people who he interviews. Also the romantic montage between Reed and Bryant mirrors the breakfast table montage.
Holiday movie recommendation. Clip shown
Johnny mentions the movie's Oscar nominations
Maureen Stapleton's oscar mentioned during Weekend Update
Referenced during the "Old Gringo" review.
The movie Helen and Red watched on their date.
mentioned in dialogue
mentionned a few times
referenced as part of the documentary
referenced in clue in "Awards & Honors" category
Matt contrasts the film with his sketch about Hollywood producers pitching movies to Karl Rove.
DVD cover shown.
Mentions "Reds" in Review
mentioned in award ceremony footage
'Warren Beatty''s epic about the Russian Revolution combined interviews with real-life witnesses and drama. "Interstellar" uses at the beginning a similar technique and aesthetic, but with the exception of Ellen Burstyn's character, the interview footage in "Interstellar" is taken from the Ken Burns documentary _"The Dust Bowl"(2012)_. Director 'Christopher Nolan' himself named "Reds" as the inspiration.
Mentioned by Paul Thomas Anderson.
Mentioned by Jimmy as he introduces Warren Beatty
Mentioned by Graham when introducing Warren Beatty
Mentioned by Graham when introducing Diane Keaton
Discussed by Diane Keaton
At least one image is shown, etc.
Mentioned by the Snob.
Maureen Stapleton introduces a clip from her movie
Diane Keaton and Warren Beatty embrace
Recreation of Marxist revolution in Russia.
Talk about relationship with Warren Beatty
Reds is #55.
Clips are presented.
Reds is the #9 epic film.
90 Years of Oscar montage