Based on the same source material.
Wistler wants "Peace on Earth". The NSA agent's answer can also be seen as a reference to "You can't fight in here - this is the war room".
In the opening scene Coz orders a pepperoni pizza "Shaken, not Stirred"
Blindfold originated the "flock of geese sounds like a cocktail party" gag, which Sneakers repeats.
In the opening scene, a computer code is entered in that has 1138 in it.
Redford makes the exact same casual walking exit from a bank he has just robbed in both films.
on large billboard
Seen on video store shelf in 'Video Review'
Remmy refers to the film. Mallory mentions that he loved it in spite of the bad reviews.
Uses the name Martin Bryce, which is used by Robert Redford's Character, Martin Brice, in the 1992 film 'Sneakers'
Brad Pitt's character's last name, Bishop, is a reference to the name of Robert Redford's character, Martin Bishop, in Sneakers (1992), another cold war/spy thriller.
One of Winnie Woodpecker's questions in her trivia game askes how many members were part of the Sneakers team.
DiNozzo: "... 'Sneakers'?"
Mentioned in dialogue
Kevin: "More sneaking than the movie 'Sneakers'." Bill: "Or stalking around at night than the TV series 'The Night Stalker'." Mike: "More hating every minute of this than the 2003 documentary short 'Hating Every Minute'." Bill: "Would you stop searching IMDb and watch the movie please?"
Harold, upon being asked to use a police computer to look up info, says "You wanna hack The Pentagon?"
listed as one of Pelant's Pay Per View movies
Robin's line about paying for blueprints at the county recorder's office is almost verbatim (with a change to the location and dollar amount).
Clips are shown.
Clips shown in a segment on River Phoenix.
Ellen's #2 Movie Dork is Steven Toblowski
The Code Breaker is #7.
Footage use. 1992, Director: Phil Alden Robinson
A clip is shown
Cosmo is #8.
A clip is shown.
Gordon and Katie watch the movie on television.