George A. Romero’s Night of the Living Dead (1968) in Bound (1996) George A. Romero’s Night of the Living Dead (1968) in Bound (1996)
Unidentified war movie in Prisoners (2013)
If you know what movie this is, let me know! Unidentified war movie in Prisoners (2013)
If you know what movie this is, let me know!

Unidentified war movie in Prisoners (2013)

If you know what movie this is, let me know!

"Still wonderful, isn’t it? And no dialogue. We didn’t need dialogue, we had faces. There just aren’t any faces like that anymore. Maybe one, Garbo. Oh, those idiot producers. Those imbeciles. Haven’t they got any eyes? Have they forgotten what a star looks like? I’ll show them! I’ll be up there again, so help me!"
Queen Kelly (1929) (as untitled Norma Desmond movie) in Sunset Blvd. (1950) "Still wonderful, isn’t it? And no dialogue. We didn’t need dialogue, we had faces. There just aren’t any faces like that anymore. Maybe one, Garbo. Oh, those idiot producers. Those imbeciles. Haven’t they got any eyes? Have they forgotten what a star looks like? I’ll show them! I’ll be up there again, so help me!"
Queen Kelly (1929) (as untitled Norma Desmond movie) in Sunset Blvd. (1950) "Still wonderful, isn’t it? And no dialogue. We didn’t need dialogue, we had faces. There just aren’t any faces like that anymore. Maybe one, Garbo. Oh, those idiot producers. Those imbeciles. Haven’t they got any eyes? Have they forgotten what a star looks like? I’ll show them! I’ll be up there again, so help me!"
Queen Kelly (1929) (as untitled Norma Desmond movie) in Sunset Blvd. (1950)

"Still wonderful, isn’t it? And no dialogue. We didn’t need dialogue, we had faces. There just aren’t any faces like that anymore. Maybe one, Garbo. Oh, those idiot producers. Those imbeciles. Haven’t they got any eyes? Have they forgotten what a star looks like? I’ll show them! I’ll be up there again, so help me!"

Queen Kelly (1929) (as untitled Norma Desmond movie) in Sunset Blvd. (1950)

Fong Juk aka Exiled (2006) in Tian Zhu Ding aka A Touch of Sin (2013) Fong Juk aka Exiled (2006) in Tian Zhu Ding aka A Touch of Sin (2013)

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"All right, boys, I want you to rig up something like this. It should give the proper uplift ratio while reducing the need for additional torque support on the front."
The Outlaw (1943) in The Aviator (2004) "All right, boys, I want you to rig up something like this. It should give the proper uplift ratio while reducing the need for additional torque support on the front."
The Outlaw (1943) in The Aviator (2004)

"All right, boys, I want you to rig up something like this. It should give the proper uplift ratio while reducing the need for additional torque support on the front."

The Outlaw (1943) in The Aviator (2004)

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Hell’s Angels (1930) in The Aviator (2004) Hell’s Angels (1930) in The Aviator (2004)
"See, this is what the people want. Silent pictures are yesterday’s news. So, I figure we’ve got to reshoot Hell’s Angels for sound.”"…How much of it?""All of it. Before you ask, I’ll tell you, an additional $1.7 million. We got that much?""No!""Well, we’ll make it."
The Jazz Singer (1927) in The Aviator (2004) "See, this is what the people want. Silent pictures are yesterday’s news. So, I figure we’ve got to reshoot Hell’s Angels for sound.”"…How much of it?""All of it. Before you ask, I’ll tell you, an additional $1.7 million. We got that much?""No!""Well, we’ll make it."
The Jazz Singer (1927) in The Aviator (2004)

"See, this is what the people want. Silent pictures are yesterday’s news. So, I figure we’ve got to reshoot Hell’s Angels for sound.”
"…How much of it?"
"All of it. Before you ask, I’ll tell you, an additional $1.7 million. We got that much?"
"No!"
"Well, we’ll make it."

The Jazz Singer (1927) in The Aviator (2004)

Kiss Me Deadly (1955) in Southland Tales (2006) Kiss Me Deadly (1955) in Southland Tales (2006)
From Here to Eternity (1953) in Starman (1984) From Here to Eternity (1953) in Starman (1984) From Here to Eternity (1953) in Starman (1984)
The Charge at Feather River (1953) in Starman (1984) The Charge at Feather River (1953) in Starman (1984)
"All I mean, is like, she the killer or what?""No, that’s Rita Hayworth, and she was married to Citizen Kane while they were doin’ this thing, and right after they finished, she dumped him for some polo player. Thanks. I don’t know why beautiful women love horses so much. Do you love horses?""No.""You know, you really don’t have to stay, I’m sure Peter will be back soon.""Oh, we don’t mind."
The Lady From Shanghai (1947) in Ghostbusters II (1989) "All I mean, is like, she the killer or what?""No, that’s Rita Hayworth, and she was married to Citizen Kane while they were doin’ this thing, and right after they finished, she dumped him for some polo player. Thanks. I don’t know why beautiful women love horses so much. Do you love horses?""No.""You know, you really don’t have to stay, I’m sure Peter will be back soon.""Oh, we don’t mind."
The Lady From Shanghai (1947) in Ghostbusters II (1989) "All I mean, is like, she the killer or what?""No, that’s Rita Hayworth, and she was married to Citizen Kane while they were doin’ this thing, and right after they finished, she dumped him for some polo player. Thanks. I don’t know why beautiful women love horses so much. Do you love horses?""No.""You know, you really don’t have to stay, I’m sure Peter will be back soon.""Oh, we don’t mind."
The Lady From Shanghai (1947) in Ghostbusters II (1989)

"All I mean, is like, she the killer or what?"
"No, that’s Rita Hayworth, and she was married to Citizen Kane while they were doin’ this thing, and right after they finished, she dumped him for some polo player. Thanks. I don’t know why beautiful women love horses so much. Do you love horses?"
"No."
"You know, you really don’t have to stay, I’m sure Peter will be back soon."
"Oh, we don’t mind."

The Lady From Shanghai (1947) in Ghostbusters II (1989)

Double Indemnity (1944) in Femme Fatale (2002) Double Indemnity (1944) in Femme Fatale (2002) Double Indemnity (1944) in Femme Fatale (2002)