Big Trouble in Little China (1986)
Movie tie-in video game. The game has only one long level and it loosely adapts the scene from the movie in which the heroes trek through the sewer-like underworld underneath the city to reach the villain.
Egg mentions it.
A poster for Big Trouble in Little China is shown on Tai's bedroom wall.
"Big trouble!" Joel: "In Little China"
"There's a little trouble." Crow: "In Big China!"
Raiden's appearance is based on the Lightning character
when Tin-Tin throws a knife at Eric/The Crow he catchs it & then throws back at him (which kills him), that's pretty simliar to how Jack killed Lo Pan in Big Trouble in Little China
The videogame quotes the movie.
When the Italian boyfriend's face swells up before her unleashes the giant puke-ball
Some plot elements.
Title reference during Hardball
James Hong (David Lo Pan) originated the character of David Lo Pan in "Big Trouble in Little China"
"Big Trouble in Billy's Basement" title reference
True Crime has a supernatural Chinese plot, and features voice work by James Hong, and so does BTiLC.
The Six Demon Bag is a trinket; its tooltip text says it "Blasts enemies with the power of wind, fire, that kind of thing!", quoting Egg Shen's description of the contents of his Six-Demon Bag in the film.
Kurt Russell does some shopping for china.
referenced in clue in "This Means Trouble" category
Jack Burton (Kurt Russel)'s Tanktop is hanging up in the bar during Death Proof
Jack Burton's tanktop is visible in the tavern
In the mid-credits scene, James Hong's character throws a knife. This is how his character in Big Trouble in Little China was killed.
While in Chinatown, Mac and Charlie discuss the Storms attacking and mention Kurt Russell fighting them.
James Hong's character in this episode is named Ben Lo Pan. Lo Pan was the name of his character in Big Trouble in Little China.
Mentioned by name
Jack Burton is featured in this film.
Carpenter talks about his film
Jack Burton's tanktop is seen hanging in janitor's closet.
Dorothy is mentioned getting caught making out with "Jack Burton."
Duke: "All in the reflexes"
James Hong's role mentioned
Lo Pan is one of the wizards at the wizard meeting.
Welshy jokingly insults this movie
Mentioned by Oliver.
mentioned in dialogue
Charlie's atlas is called Burton's Road Maps.
Adam refers to Trent as "David Lo Pan", the evil oriental bad guy in Big Trouble in Little China.
correct response in "'Big' Movie Quotes" category
One of the porn spoof titles Ringo Mandingo is said to have been in by the announcer.
The Straw Hat is very similar to the hats worn by the 3 Storms in Big Trouble in Little China
An oversized version of Lo Pan's multi-eyed spy creature is shown prominently displayed in the KNB shop.
Mentioned by Marcel.
Ms. Porsche calls Amber and Reggie Jackson, "Big Trouble and Little China."
Machete catches a cleaver & then throws it back at his attacker to kill him, Kurt Russell's character did the same thing in Big Trouble in Little China
A VHS tape of this movie was shown in the Cinemassacre's Monster Madness promo.
points out the pinball game in a scene from Ghostbusters
Achievement titled "Big trouble in talking barrel"
Jack Burton from this movie mentioned as a influence on Casey Jones.
One of the levels is titled "Big Trouble in Little Gotham."
One of the Trivia Answers
Ders answers a film quiz question with "a Chinese girl with green eyes".
Referenced by Tim.
Kevin says that the reason the doorbell is being rung better be important or there will be "big trouble in little China."
Miku asked Warren if he's ever seen the movie.
The sign that Mr Noir used is a homage to Big Trouble in Little China
Title spoofs this
Hotsuma: "New power struggles in the future, huh? Big trouble in little cyberspace."
Mentioned by Graham when introducing Kurt Russell
Odell Martin refers to Sang Min saying "Hey, Big Trouble in Little China, if you want my help..."
mentioned in dialogue
Carter asks if The Dragon can shoot lightning from his fingers. The Dragon is played by James Hong, who played Lo Pan, a character who was able to do such a thing.
Kate Hudson mentions the Kurt Russell movie
Referenced by Jan Kraus.
Mike says watching Doctor Strange made him think of Big Trouble in Little China
A VHS cover for this film is used to store cocaine
Mission Name: Pig Trouble in Little Nueva York
The John Carpenter Film is Referenced as a work of art in the Leona Gallery
Title seen in screenshot
"Big Trouble in Little China" is referenced in "The Last Sharknado" by name.
"We're gonna need crackerjack timing."
Smeghead brings it up as a film released around the same time as Under the Cherry Moon.
The Chinatown noodle shop's name translates into Mandarin as "Uncle Egg's Noodle Shop". "Uncle Egg" The same symbols are found on Egg Shen's tour bus.
They show clips from Big Trouble in Little China before putting the scene where a guy with a machine gun shoots a lock off a door to the test.
Al Leong Henching segment,
Screenplay Cliché segment
A clip is shown.
Anger Management is #7.
The Clash at Lo Pan's Wedding is #7.
The death of Thunder is #8.
David Lo pan gets an honorable mention.
Number 33 in the Countdown
Big Trouble in Little China is #5.
Big Trouble in Little China is #10.
Chang Sing vs. Wing Kong is #7.
Big Trouble in Little China is #7.
Egg Shen is #10.
Wing Kong Exchange is #4.
David Lo Pan gets an honorable mention.
Big Trouble in Little China is #7.
Jack Burton is #3.
Thunder, Rain & Lightning are #7.
Dishonorably Discharged is #5.
Big Trouble in Little China gets an honorable mention.
Big Trouble in Little China is #8.
movie is discussed and analyzed
The death of Thunder is #1.
Big Trouble in Little China is #9.
The characters of Jack Burton and Uncle Chu appear in a sketch.
A mission in GTA:LCS is named 'Big Rumble in Little China' parodying the name of this title.
Title mashup between this movie's title and "Clerks II"
A Chinese gangster tells Richard Pryor he's "in big trouble with Little Chinatown Gang."
The character Ho Chan is a spoof of Lo Pan and is voiced by James Hong, the actor who played Lo Pan. His elemental warriors are also spoofed.