Shrek the Third (2007)
in the beginning of the movie, during Charming's show, an element of the set falls down on him, but, instead of being crushed, he makes it through the window hole.
Donkey sings "Good Mornin'" from this movie
When the villains try to break into the bedroom where Fiona and the others are have the baby shower, the Cyclops rides the "break-in"-log just as Slim Pickens does at the end of Dr. Strangelove
Queen Lillian (voiced by Julie Andrews) is humming "Just a Spoonful of Sugar".
Queen Lillian (voiced by Julie Andrews) is humming "My Favorite Things"
Drunk, almost hit by carriage, "I'm Walkin' Here"
While King Harold (played by John Cleese) lays dying, he says and draws out "It's.....", much like the beginning of every episode of the show.
The theme song for the movie Live and Let Die was played during King Harold's funeral.
In addition to featured Monty Python members John Cleese and Eric Idle, the sound of the hoofbeats of Prince Charming's horse early in the movie are revealed to be a stage hand knocking coconut shells together.
The closing number, One, is being played on a piano during the rehersal scene.
As the stage production is beginning, a voice says, "Cue the sun!"
In the scene in Charming's dressing room, there is a 'Phantom of the Opera' costume in the back, mostly visible through the mirrors (another allusion to Phantom).
Becky mentions that she has a Shrek 3 sleeping bag, even though Shrek 2 isn't out yet.
Donkey told Larry to let his kid know that "Shrek 3" is coming out in 2006. (which of course is not the case).
Sam Jackson mentions this as one of next years big blockbusters.
Mentioned during the interview.
mentioned by Sarah Silverman
referenced by name.
poster can be seen in France
film critic Mette Damgård-Sørensen reviews the film
Homer says, "an Ogre named Shrek Three"
Referenced during talk of the years top grossing movies.
Billboard can be seen when Dave hits the streets of New York at the beginning of the movie
"I love all the Shreks"
During the robbery scene in Korea Town, a promotion for the film is visible on one of the cereal boxes on a store shelf.
Included in a $16,000 question
Poster is shown when Ellen mentions the 'Shrek' movies
A film Julie Andrews would later voice in.
Ollie invites Kat to see the movie.
Mentioned as one of the not-so-good third installments.
The critics said Shrek Forever After is better than the third film.
AniMat say that "Shrek Forever After" is a little more tolerable than the third film.
referenced in clue in "The Trees Were Angry That Day, My Friends" category
mentioned by Ewan as one of the DVDs Anna gave them
AniMat cites this movie as a movie that looks great, but still sucks
Poster shown when Nostalgia Chick discusses the Shrek franchise
Mentioned as a third film in an animated film series that failed.
Conan O'Brien introduces actress Cameron Diaz and mentions this movie
South Jersey Sam says he was worried that Kung Fu Panda 2 would go the same route as this movie
Mentioned as evidence that DreamWorks doesn't have a good reputation on sequels.
King Harold the frog walks out of a pond as a zombie.
AniMat admits Puss in Boots is better than the third Shrek film.
Shrek mentions being in this movie.
Jakob Stegelmann looks at the upcoming Danish release + trailer footage used
Clips are shown
Film is talked about, clips shown.
AniMat points out that Rumpelstiltskin in the fourth Shrek film looks and sounds nothing like the Rumpelstiltskin in the third film. Clip briefly shown.
movie is reviewed
While Donkey is in Puss's body, he etches a "D" in Pinocchio
when Snow white is singing in the forest and the birds and animals gather around her
Giant holographic image of Merlin's face
When Cinderella talks to herself in the reflection (pool of water)
When the Ugly Stepsister attempts to block a group of guards, she reveals one leg to seduce them. That pose is the infamous scene from 'The Graduate' immortalized on its poster, DVD/VHS, etc.
when Shrek is dreaming and sees the bassenet in the spot light
Comically protracted green projectile vomiting
When Gingerbread Man is shown with his legs attached, he runs as in this series and the series theme plays
When the princesses' team shows up on the stage, they are posing like "Charlie's Angels" icon.
Shrek's baby nightmare is a reference to the "They're Creeping Up on You!" story, except replacing cockroaches with ogre babies.
Scene where Shrek is chasing the babies around on the floor (in his dream) is in Raising Arizona, when H.I. McDunnough is attempting to kidnap Nathan Arizona.
When they take the circular sander to Shrek's toenails
Shrek says, "You had me at vermin-filled" (spoofing famous "you had me at hello" line)
In the scene with King Harold's funeral, the top of the citadel looks like the top level of Minas Tirith
A bird lands on an Evil Tree, and, just like the Whomping Willow, the Evil Tree flicks it away in a burst of feathers.
The Ogre Baby.