The Anderson Tapes (1971)
The side of a truck reads: "Hi-yo, REA! Awaaay!"
David uses the same mask as the robbers.
Gene Siskel contrasts "Family Business" (1989) with this movie.
Gene Siskel contrasts "The Real McCoy" (1993) with this movie.
Flash-forward scenes of police interviewing hostages after the fact, (shown before situation is resolved).
Video case is shown in Matt's room.
Poster is shown in Clinton's house.
fragment with Christopher Walken