100 Greatest Simpsons Movie References

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    • deedeedragons

      Jan 2nd 2012, 8:24

      Eternal Moonshine Of The Simpson Mind is a brilliant, brilliant episode.

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    • Flem3297

      Jan 2nd 2012, 13:04

      You substitute 'sugar', for 'money' to make the Scarface quote accurate...

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    • thedanieljson

      Jan 2nd 2012, 14:32

      on a similar note, Family Guy parodied 'All The President's Men' but has the shadowy character instead being Kermit the frog..

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    • wibble

      Jan 2nd 2012, 17:14

      No. 67 - surely that should be Alien, not Aliens. It was Dallas crawling around in the ducts.

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    • marc96

      Jan 2nd 2012, 19:15

      yeah i was also thinking it must be Alien, not Aliens....i always laugh at the fugitive & psycho parodies, the fugitive one just for the sheer sight of millhouse jumping off into the water below (poor old millhouse), and the psycho one is so insanely stupid & clever all at once it could only be thought up by simpsons writers, with the great shot of red paint going down the drain ha ha :-D

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    • Bennyj75

      Jan 3rd 2012, 13:11

      Surely 72 is "'Salem's Lot", not "The Lost Boys".......?

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    • Flem3297

      Jan 3rd 2012, 15:48

      Yea Salems Lot makes more sense!

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    • 2Dglasses

      Jan 4th 2012, 12:48

      And 'gold clubs' would make more sense than 'hockey sticks'..

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    • 2Dglasses

      Jan 4th 2012, 15:30

      and golf clubs even more still

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    • FBSYip

      Jan 25th 2012, 17:21

      no.34 should also be grease

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    • FBBForest

      Feb 4th 2012, 5:32

      How is The Lord of the Flies not on here?? That episode is CLASSIC!!

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    • FBLPedroza

      Feb 25th 2012, 6:46

      I love all of this, it shows that when the writers want to their parodies can be awesome.

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    • erico77375

      Mar 26th 2012, 18:59

      Where is Patton? Bart The General was 1st Season and was a clear tribute to Schaffner's epic biopic. "War is not great, with three exceptions: The Revolutionary War, World War II, and the Star Wars trilogy".

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    • kimmicub

      May 4th 2012, 3:34

      What about McBane? That's just one long parody of all Arnold Schwarzenegger movies!

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    • clemopcl

      Nov 18th 2012, 0:00

      No1 us undisputable, but among the top 20 should be the scene from "Bart gets an elephant". When Marge pulls the dinning room curtains open, there is the elephant's eye right behind the window. The pupil shrinks in a moment, a classic Jurassic Park spoof. Another Jurassic park reference is in Homerazzi, when Homer, Lisa and Barney fly a helicoppter towards an island, with fanfare-like music playing in the background.

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    • devilsfoxes

      Jan 5th 2013, 8:09

      wow excellent job with Number 1

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    • jawaadahmadkhan

      Jan 5th 2013, 22:12

      No "The Debarted"? That was a great episode

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    • DSpeirs

      Jan 6th 2013, 23:35

      The only one missing for me is the Godfather reference when Lisa finds that pony in her bed and screams her head off...always loved that one

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    • renecornejo

      Apr 22nd 2013, 7:03

      What about The Island Of Lost Souls clip in one of the Tree House of Horror episode? Also with The Graduate reference how about the 'Grandpa mimics Ben in the chapel window calling for elaine' scene?

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    • jman500

      Sep 10th 2013, 0:54

      in the 22 short stories about springfield, i think pulp fiction is referenced multiple times not that I've seen pulp fiction but I've read the story

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    • McSerious

      Feb 2nd 2014, 1:42

      I think #92 on the Fugitive should have been higher just for the smarts in keeping the same lines with a different delivery. In The Fugitive "I don't care" just means he's being professional and going to catch him no matter what. In The Simpsons "I don't care" is just hilariously sadistic!

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    • jakevanklavern

      Feb 13th 2014, 2:34

      #13 the Batman one is used more than once in the series. Krusty the Klown has the same reaction when a plastic surgeon fails to change his appearance. Super funny.

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