It may or may not be your thing though.
If it's not your for you I would highly recommend checking out the original. It fucking mooooves. I dug Lynch's flick, but it's awful talky compared to this one.
Notably, William Friedkin's Sorcerer, Brian De Palma's Scarface and John Carpenter's Assault on Precinct 13 all get shout outs and the commonality between them is...? All three are remakes of good pictures that are generally considered to be worthy of standing alongside or even superior to the originals.
Since Hawks gets two nods Friedkin gets a second reference with To Live & Die in L.A. getting a shout as well (a movie I've heard some argue eclipses its own source material; Gerald Petievich's novel of the same name).
All that's from a single casual viewing, so I'm probably missing a bunch of other nerdy nods. Anyway, it's fun on a few levels.
Here's a few links:
One Heat Minute podcast - (hey this episode is preceded by my first episode).
Blake Howard on Joe Lynch's Point Blank.
Tim Pelan on Sorcerer at Cinephelia & Beyond.
Travis Woods on Sorcerer at Bright Wall Dark Room.
Brian Brems on To Live & Die in L.A. at Bright Wall Dark Room.
Priscilla Page on the car chase in To Live & Die in L.A. at Hagerty.
Me on To Live & Die in L.A. and other adaptations of Gerald Petievich books.
Me on Sorcerer and other gringo noirs.
My quick thoughts on Fred Cavayé's Point Blank.
My quick thoughts on Brian De Palma's Scarface.
My quick thoughts on John Carpenter's Assault on Precinct 13.
My quick thoughts on Joe Lynch's Everly.