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Old 03-16-2013, 02:17 PM   #41
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The Searchers and Kill Bill.

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How about the opening sequence in "The Dark Knight"? I would think it's a homage to Stanley Kubrick's "The Killing" with a dash of "Heat"? The clown masks for sure are a nod to "The Killing".
Nope. The clown masks are an homage to Cesar Romero's Joker from the TV show.




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This thread reminds me of movie critics who use the terms "payed homage to" and "ripped off." It made me wonder where the line is drawn.
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I was watching The Outlaw Josey Wales earlier today, and I was watching the scene at the beginning of the movie where Josey is burying his child. I got to thinking, the burial scene in the Evil Dead movies looks very similar. I was kind of curious to know if there was any connection there. I tried searching on Google but didn't come up with any results.
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