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

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Paul Greengrass' News of the World starring Tom Hanks and Helena Zengel has critics recalling the filmographies of John Wayne and James Stewart, as well as François Truffaut's The Wild Child.
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?
Rian Johnsons' ambitious and inventive The Last Jedi owes a debt to the films of Akira Kurosawa, just like the original Star Wars films helmed by George Lucas.
Bacurau by Brazilian directors Juliano Dornelles and Kleber Mendonça Filho had critics referencing films like Wake in Fright, Mad Max and Seven Samurai.
Edgar Wright's Last Night in Soho fuses the conceit of Midnight in Paris with Repulsion, Don't Look Now and the giallo aesthetic of Argento and Bava.
Chang-dong Lee's Burning is a confident slow-burn mystery. It recalls Hitchcock, Antonioni's Blow-Up and, according to one critic, Jack Nicholson in The Pledge.
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.
Billy Wilder's Some Like It Hot is a classic comedy that challenged the Hays Code. The film's legacy sees plenty of drag-themed comedies, for better or worse.
Rose Glass' Saint Maud depicts loneliness in a way that recalls Taxi Driver but infuses the horror of Repulsion, Possession and Carrie.

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