Short remade into full length feature
Showing in the movie theatre on Andrew's first visit
The "I will fuck you like a pig!" remark is a reference to the infamous rape scene.
Similarities between both openings when drums sounds.
Metz is modeled after Pvt. Leonard aka "Gomer Pyle"
Andrew calls someone "Johnny Utah"
Fletcher calls a stagehand "mini-me"
I'm upset scene
#6 on Adnan Virk's list of top 10 movies of 2014
Mentioned by Jimmy as he announces J.K. Simmons as the next night's guest
Title is referenced
Movie is reviewed; also mentioned by Xan Brooks and Danny Leigh when reviewing American Sniper (2014)
Jimmy and Steve Higgins say that "Wipelash" is one of the Oscar-nominated films on which cinematographer "Dick Poop" worked
Title mentioned by J.K. Simmons during his monologue
title mentioned by Mike Golic
Mentioned in a quoted tweet
Mentioned in the Pros & Cons segment
The critics discuss this movie's Best Picture nomination
mentioned by Adnan Virk in discussion of his Academy Award predictions
Tom Cross edited Whiplash.
In his opening monologue Jimmy mentions J.K. Simmons' Best Supporting Actor win at the Oscars
mentioned numerous times
Miles Teller notes that he was growing a mustache the last time he was a guest to promote his previous film
mentioned by Mike Golic
Mentioned by Jimmy
Mentioned by Nick.
title mentioned by Jay Williams
During filming, Larsen and Mantsourani constantly quoted the "That's not my tempo" line uttered by J.K. Simmons in this film.
Mentioned by Seth as he introduces Miles Teller
mentioned in dialogue
a question asks about the actor who recently won an Oscar for the film (J.K. Simmons)
Mentioned in dialogue by Lou Grover: "Professor Thomas makes the dude from 'Whiplash' seem warm and fuzzy. And he doesn't play cool jazz music."
"Were you stretching or were you dragging?
Jimmy mentions J.K. Simmons' earlier movie
Mentioned during J.K.Simmons' segment.
Seth mentions J.K. Simmons' earlier movie
Mentioned by Jimmy as he introduces Miles Teller
Both films are about the struggle of being an artist and reconciling your dreams with the need to be human. Some more subtle moments are redone as well. The climax of both movies are remarkably similar. In the way that the movie ends with the close up frames of leads J.K. Simmons and Miles Teller and here it ends with the closeup frames of Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone. And in both the movie ends with the lead starting to play a song.
Emma Stone mentions Damien Chazelle's previous movie
John Legend mentions Damien Chazelle's previous movie
Mentioned by a presenter.
J.K. Simmons mentions his earlier movie
Sean mentioned that Damien Chazelle previously directed this film.
Jimmy mentions Damien Chazelle's previous movie
Mentioned by title
When instructing the band in "Battle of the Bands", Zack says "not quite my tempo", which is said repeatedly by jazz instructor Terence Fletcher (J.K. Simmons) in the movie.
Title seen in screenshot
Soundtrack Is Used
Darlene mentions the film
"With the level of whiplash going on I'm surprised J.K. Simmons and Miles Teller haven't shown up."
Andrew and his father are watching this movie on TV in Andrew's apartment.
Andrew and his father watch this film at the theatre
Miles Teller introduces a clip from his film
Footage shown during a montage of upcoming movie releases in Britain
J.K. Simmons introduces a clip from his film
Whiplash is #6.
Clip of the movie with Fletcher belittling Andrew in front of the studio band is shown
Nomination presentation for outstanding male actor in a supporting role.
Nomination presentation for actor in a supporting role, film editing, motion picture.
Nomination presentation of best male performance and movie of the year.
Off Tempo is #8.
Piggy Time gets an honorable mention.
Are You One of Those Single Tear People? is #10.
Whiplash is #3.
Terence Fletcher is #5.
Best Supporting Actor montage
Clip is shown
The ending of Whiplash is #2.
The ending of Whiplash is #6.
Title is refrenced
Weird Al practices for his new tour with Fletcher.
Parodied during Web Redemption with Tosh as Fletcher and Kelvin as Andrew
mockery of a scene from Whiplash
Neil Patrick Harris yells at Miles Teller who is playing the drums.
Jay Leno trains James Corden to be a late-night host by slapping him as he tells a joke, asking if he's rushing or dragging, and throwing a chair at him
The theatre director resembles J.K. Simmons' character
J.K. Simmons asks Amy Schumer what she's got in hosting and disapproves it.
Yankee Stadium organist Paul Cartier coaches Seth in playing a tune, then asks him if he's rushing or dragging
Music teacher scene
The conductor in SpongeBob is a parody of Terence Fletcher in Whiplash. In fact, J.K. Simmons spoofed the role from the film.
Ersan Kuneri says "Not quite my tempo"
Steve goes to clown school, with Roger as his teacher, which is a parody of this movie.
J.K. Simmons as the intense, overbearing music teacher and other story elements spoof this film