A plutonium metal sample was measured by a fast-neutron multiplicity counter for characterization of spontaneous fission neutron anisotropy and for verification of MCNPX-PoliMi calculations. Accurate neutron angular distribution models are important to properly simulating fast neutron coincidence measurements for nuclear nonproliferation and safeguards applications. A majority of prompt neutrons are emitted from fully accelerated fission fragments; those neutrons carry momentum from the fission fragments, and thus an anisotropic neutron angular distribution is observed in the laboratory reference frame. The fast-neutron multiplicity counter was used with pulse shape discrimination techniques to produce neutron-neutron cross-correlation time distributions from spontaneous fission in a lead-shielded 0.84 g 240Pueff metal sample. Due to neutron anisotropy, the number of observed neutron cross-correlations varied as a function of angle between a detector pair and fission source. Fewer neutron correlations were observed at detector angles near 90 degrees, relative to higher and lower detector angles. Both the neutron coincident detections as a function of time difference and detector pair angle are compared with MCNPX-PoliMi calculations and show good agreement.