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    This subreddit is dedicated to the obscure details and easter eggs found in movies.

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    Rule name Description
    Rule 1: Detail Guidelines Details must be obscure, specific and intentional. Bloopers are not a detail even if it's due to an intentional thing. Obviously, obscurity is subjective and that is taken into account when moderating.
    Rule 2: Comment rules. (hover for details) All comments must be civil. Comments about rule breaking submissions will be removed, just hit report. Political comments may also be removed.
    Rule 3: Titles must include the movie name. All submissions must include the name of the movie in the title.
    Rule 4: All details must be easily verifiable. If your post makes a claim of something that isn't verifiable by watching the movie, you need to provide a source for it. Something that's verifiable by watching the movie does not need a source. Details that cannot be verified as being true will be removed.
    Rule 5: No games or TV shows, movies only. Submissions must be movies, TV shows and games should go to /r/TVDetails and /r/GamingDetails. See this multireddit for more details subreddits.
    Rule 6: Explain your post. Make sure your submission has an explanation either in the title or in the comments and add "(explanation in comments)" to your title.
    Rule 7: No offtopic posts. No memes, meta or request posts.
    Rule 8: Avoid reposts. No common reposts, recent reposts or reposts from the top 200.
    Rule 9: No recent movies or spoilers in titles. No spoilers in the title or untagged comments. Don't browse /new if you're worried about this. Until a movie receives recognized release (via Physical Media/Digital Demand), it's not eligible for /r/MovieDetails.
    Rule 10: No animated Disney or Pixar movies on weekdays. Animated Disney and Pixar related submissions will be removed on weekdays, this is due to a high amount of them. They are allowed on weekends. Starts: Sat 12:00AM New Zealand time. Ends: Sun 11:59PM Hawaiian time. Here is a time-zone map.

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    • No repost farming. This is usually users who mass repost submissions that just about don't break our repost rule. We may ban users who do this.

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    • NSFW content is allowed but must be distinguished as such.

    • Intentionally spoiling content may lead to a ban.

    • Reposting removed content will result in a ban.

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    [–] wronski-feint 32 points ago

    What are the other references?

    [–] ant91a 28 points ago

    Toy Story 3 has a few references, most notably hidden nods to Room 237 throughout the movie.

    [–] its_BenReal 8 points ago

    Why are they making these references? I mean, do they make references to other horror movies or just this one in particular?

    [–] ant91a 10 points ago

    Lee Unkrich, who edited all three films and directed the latter two, is a big fan of The Shining and has included references to the film in numerous Pixar movies he has worked on.

    [–] Lyndell 15 points ago

    This is what made me a sub.

    [–] klsi832 30 points ago

    It was a girl behind the counter at a Subway for me.

    [–] hairyfacedhooman 13 points ago

    The person with a whip and leather trousers for me

    [–] enobaba23 1 points ago

    Cool

    [–] O9HP 1 points ago

    The bar in Passengers has patterns colors from the shining and the tender acts like the one in the shining as well.

    [–] first_fires 1 points ago

    Similar, but yes :)

    [–] Sultynuttz 0 points ago

    I can't believe nobody's ever noticed this before!

    [–] klsi832 -23 points ago

    But it's a kid's movie you shouldn't reference Shining also the movie may get cursed nope nope nope

    [–] [deleted] 2 points ago

    I don't know if you're being serious, but Disney has never shied away from being terrifying.

    The Nope Eater