Cinetrii analyses reviews to infer possible inspirations behind a film. Enter a title to find other works that may have inspired (or been inspired by) it, along with the quotes that determine the connection. About

Examples:

Kogonada's Columbus meditates on life and our emotional response to our built environments. It recalls films like Red Desert and Lost in Translation. What else will it remind you of?
Steven Soderberg's Logan Lucky takes the heist film and puts it in NASCAR territory. Comparisons to The Killing are appropriate, but also From Russia With Love and Raising Arizona.
Good Time by the Safdie brothers had critics making comparison to Dog Day Afternoon, Heat and After Hours, with a touch of Of Mice and Men.
Debra Granik's Leave no Trace shows the fringes of society, a father and daughter living off-grid and in the wild. What other films will it remind you of?
Joseph Kosinski's Only The Brave tells the real-life story of the Granite Mountain Hotshots, a tight-knit Arizona firefighting squad. What films have similar themes?
Bacurau by Brazilian directors Juliano Dornelles and Kleber Mendonça Filho had critics referencing films like Wake in Fright, Mad Max and Seven Samurai.
Ingmar Bergman's Persona from 1966 is a seminal psychological drama. What works has it inspired?
Todd Phillips' Joker models Arthur Fleck after Travis Bickle (Taxi Driver) and Rupert Pupkin (The King of Comedy) and even stars Robert De Niro himself in a finale channeling Network.
Quentin Tarantino loves cinema - he packs his films full of references and homages. Pulp Fiction is no exception. Have you seen Charley Varrick?

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