How many of these hidden pop culture references did you notice in these Disney movies? Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-Screenrant
Disney loves to reference their own movies and put in Easter Eggs of characters like Mickey Mouse, but there are many times where the writers get clever with pop-culture references outside the realm of Disney. Ahh, the classic go-to excuse: “You wouldn’t hit a guy with glasses”. It’s been used so much in pop-culture, the TV Tropes website has a WHOLE SECTION dedicated to it. In the world of Disney, we see this moment in Wreck-It Ralph, when King Candy poses the question to Ralph. Ralph instantly punches the glasses -- smashing them into pieces. When it comes to Indiana Jones, there are numerous iconic scenes movies have paid homage too -- including one scene with a “close call”. As Indiana escapes a booby-trapped temple in Raiders of the Lost Ark, a large stone door slowly shuts. At the last moment, Jones snags up his hat and able to retrieve his precious item -- you know, instead of just buying a new one. Disney loves to entertain parents with jokes that fly right over a child’s head, but no one expected a meth lab Breaking Bad joke in Zootopia -- but that’s exactly what we got! With John Travolta voicing the title character in the Disney animated film “Bolt”, you would expect some callbacks to Grease or Saturday Night Fever, but the film took a munch different route. When Bolt first encounters Mittens, he wants to find answers about his owner Penny and does it the only way he knows how -- by hanging her body over a fast-moving freeway. Watch to see the secret movie reference!
From Die Hard to Speed and even cult classics like Office Space -- see how Disney hid these pop-culture references in some of your favorites like Ralph Breaks the Internet, Moana, The Incredibles, and Toy Story 4.
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