Léon: The Professional (1994)
same movie plot has been made
Mathilda wears a similar dress to the one worn by Marilyn Monroe in this film, when she does the Marilyn impersonation.
mentioned by Mathilda: "Bonnie and Clyde didn't work alone."
After cleaning gansters. Leon grip the handle in the subway. In this movie, Felix grip the handle in a bus after kill betrayer.
Both movies tell the story of a lonely person (Gloria / Léon) who is related to the New York mafia and who has to take care of a neighbor's child (Phil / Mathilda) after his/her family has been killed in his/her apartment.
Tony and Manolo are main characters in Scarface (1983). Tony Montana and Manolo Ribera.
This episode is being watched by Mathilda (Natalie Portman) in her parents' and Leon's apartments.
Character of Léon was based on Victor the Cleaner from that movie. Luc Besson wrote the part specifically for Jean Reno.
Mentioned by Mathilda: "Thelma and Louise didn't work alone."
In "Leon", Jean Reno's character has difficulty recognizing the character of Madonna, the modern day singer, in the dress-up game Mathilda played. In "Les Visiteurs" from a year earlier, his character played a a French knight from the middle ages, transported to the modern world with his squire. While there (here) he objects violently to people taking the name of The Madonna in vain, as they seem to be doing whenever they refer to the singer,
Mike: Connie Stevens is the Professional.
When she is asked in the beginning cinematic if she is free on Tuesday, the shot of Lara wearing her tortoise shell sunglasses is the same as when Léon is asked the same question to do a job while also wearing tortoise shell glasses.
Title shown on a movie theater marquee.
Poster on the wall
poster of the movie in the villa where Sara is held hostage
Léon (played by a Japanese actor) is one of the competitors of "The National Hitman Qualification Tournament"
After receiving pistol, Moon hangs poster in room.
Jurek Kiler learning how to be a hitman
Video box in foreground of the special edition videos scene.
A man trains a young girl to be an assassian.
First shootout from "Léon" ("The Professional") is referenced.
the scene where joe ray gets shot in the tunnel.
Title is mentioned
one guy is dressed like Leon
"And stop saying "okay" all the time. Okay?" - exact same dialogue in both 'movies'
First when Smecker puts on the portable CD player while working out what happened to the two Russian mafia guys. Then later when the brothers say "No Women, No Kids".
Title seen on a marquee at the beginning of the movie.
In one scene, Léon says "My name is Léon. Léon, just like Léon The Professional."
Various scenes with Chivo ... e.g. when he comes up from the horizon, offers milk to drink or stands under the shower.
It is mentioned in a website ("Leon: The Professional").
The scene where Alex gets shot and we see his point of view (falling, followed by a flash of white) is a reference to a similar scene in Léon. Saku Lehtinen, of the game's level designers, also stated this in a 2001 interview with Machinima.com.
Assassin Jung-Woo returns home cradling a plant, prompting Jae-yeong to quip "Think you're Leon with that?"
Poster is shown in background.
In Odeng's shop, later in the film, a man wearing Léon's trademark glasses and hat is seen; he's carrying a house plant in a pot and has a little girl with him.
Clips from various scenes can be heard in Paulie's apartment at the beginning of "Moonlighting".
Mentioned by Paddy.
The director Kaos said that this film was one of many templates in the film's development.
*SPOILER* The scene where the two girls are trapped in the service room and one breaks the door with a sledgehammer and tells the other girl to escape while the other girl begs her to come with her is lifted directly from Léon.
the character Richie swallows his drugs in exactly the same way as Stansfield (even the framing is the same)
Use of disguise as a S.W.A.T member to escape a similarly perilous situation.
In the end the character Ram kills Raghavan using the famous "ring trick" of Léon.
Once in the game, a character quotes Mathilda.
The lead charecter name is Leon and there is a gun named Matilda.
One of the mobster characters is on the phone and he screams the line: "I mean EVERYONE!"
"What do you mean, everyone?" "EVERYONE" - exact same dialogue in both 'movies'
André says "And stop saying "okay" all the time. Okay?", to which Angel replies "Okay". This is an exact quote from Léon.
Natalie gets a question during her monologue about Léon.
The gang leader mentions this title while addressing the gangster named Leon.
Strangulation of victims/target from elevator shaft.
Jeremy: "The guy who was in Ronin and Léon"
Referenced in the rooftop sniping scene, including the line "no women, no children".
Jeremy mentions Gary Oldman's role in it
DVD on the Shelf
The Japanese peace lily that Nicholas Angel brings with him and takes care of is much like Léon's plant in the movie Léon. When he talks about it, similar dialogue is used.
The relationship between Samuel Fröler and Ebba Hultkvist is compared to the one between Natalie Portman and Jean Reno in this film.
Sam told the operator on his cell phone to bring him everyone; quoting the famous line said by Gary Oldman
Leonard specifies the same "two knocks, then one, and two again" secret knock as seen in Leon
Ellen says Luc Besson wrote this movie.
Tae-sik's relationship with the little girl is directly drawn from the relationship in Leon.
One of the perks is called The Professional, which in the picture has the character dressed exactly like Leon did and even has his plant included
Title mentioned while introducing Gary Oldman
Cristina tells Igor and Alen that this is one of her favorite films.
"Is he playing this part as Stansfield from 'Leon'?"
The clothes Cataleya puts on after her first hit in the movie (aviators, jacket, shorts and boots) are inspired by the clothes Mathilda wore in Leon.
Film Brain mention that this movie is trying to be a rip off of Leon.
Jean Reno's characters are both named, "Leon." As well as Picasso telling Detective Cross he is *not* a professional in his field.
'Everyone' quote is used
FBI Agent Stansfield (Tommy Lee Jones) shares the same name as the DEA agent and main antagonist (Gary Oldman) from the film.
David sneaks out of the building disguised as wounded firefighter, the same way Léon left the building disguised as a wounded ESU officer.
seen in Caddy's Blu-Ray collection
Britta says "everybody" the same distinctive way that Gary Oldman's character says "everyone"
The Brofessional is a parody of the Professional
Main character gives unfused grenade plugs to his enemy with a smile
One of Sawa's disguises looks like Natalie Portman's character Mathilda from Léon: The Professional
Mr. Jang's look and mannerisms mirror those of Stansfield.
"Bring me everyone, EVERYONE!"
Mentioned in dialogue
Linkara mentions this film and how it ties in with the comic
Screen-print poster shown
Poster is shown
The characters call each other Leon And Mathilda and dress as them
Dahyun and Chaeyoung are Léon and Mathilda from Léon: The Professional.
Title seen in screenshot
Talking about Natalie Portman movies.
"Léon: the Professional" mentioned in dialogue
At the end, Russian-dubbed dialogue between Leon and Mathilda is heard as voice-over.
Léon is seen watching scenes from the movie at the theatre.
This is the movie Leon watches in the theater.
Norman Stansfield is #5.
Norman Stansfield is #4.
Footage is shown when discussing Natalie Portman.
Léon is #5.
Shows a clip from Gary Oldman in this film
Natalie Portman is #4 for her debut in Léon: The Professional.
Clip is presented
Léon vs. NYPD gets an honorable mention.
The death of Norman Stansfield is #6.
The friendship between Léon Montana & Mathilda Lando is #3.
Footage is shown during "Cause It's French."
Léon Montana gets an honorable mention.
Léon Montana is #9.
Natalie Portman's performance in Léon is #4.
Léon Montana gets an honorable mention.
Norman Stansfield is #5.
Léon: The Professional gets an honorable mention.
Mathilda gets an honorable mention.
The friendship between Léon Montana & Mathilda is #2.
Léon: The Professional is #3.
Léon: The Professional is #7.
Léon vs. NYPD is #10.
Mathilda is #3.
A Present from Mathilda is #4.
Mathilda Lando is #2.
character name, costume, opening scene
Zorg's death is almost identical to that of Norman Stansfield, who is also played by Gary Oldman.
Jet Li dresses up as one of the character Léon holding a plant in the movie as a joke.
Character imitates Gary Oldman from Léon.
Quotes Gary Oldman
"EVERYONE!" scream mocked
During the speech before the Laser Tag battle against his future father in law, Barney delivers a speech including an "Everything" line that copy the "Everyone" line from Leon.
Annie shouts "EVERYTHING!" in the same manner that Stansfield shouts "EVERYONE!" in "The Professional".
Marquee Marquis' costume is based on that of Leon's.
Features characters photoshopped from this movie.