Chicken Little (2005)
based on the same story
The game sequel to Chicken Little the movie.
The aliens say that the chickens are in violation of galactic law 90210
One of the cards on Lurkey Turkey's transcription of Chicken Little's muddled speech says "D'oh", Homer Simpsons catchword.
A reference is made to Darth Vader being Luke's father.
When they see some Alien-like pods, someone refers to a face-hugger.
During Star Wars, the line "Stay on target, stay on target!", is said when the X-Wing pilots are attempting to blow up the Death Star. In Chicken Little, "Ace", or the movie version of Chicken Little, repeats this line while navigating his ship through space to defeat the aliens.
Runt starts singing "Staying Alive" and acting like John Travola
Intimated by a bulky man, Suri nervously jokes that his nickname is Chicken Little
Chicken Little appears as a summon
Tom asks Peter if he wants to watch it.
Larry says, that Charlie makes him sound like Chicken Little.
about the making of chicken little
Arthur has problems sleeping, after having watched the movie earlier.
Features the Chicken Little character.
A clip is screened in the theatre that's attacked
reviewed + footage used
clips in Ratzenberger conclusion
An alien looks simalar to the tripods.
The first half of the trailer is identical to the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy trailer.
The earth is invaded by flying saucers and borrows a song from ID4.
A false beginning uses the opening notes of Circle of Life and a very similar sunrise.
Right after the "foot popping" kiss between Abby & Chicken Little, Abby pretty much quotes Rachel Greene from friends with her remark about closure.
the chainsaw scene was spoofed
The little orange alien wants to 'go home' like ET and during the scene, the music from ET plays.
Running from ball, to go into theatre screening Indiana Jones during the ball scene.
Fish acts out the final battle between Kong and the airplanes, falling dead from a model of the Empire State Building. Runt says the famous "It was beauty killed the beast."