The Queen (2006)
Reference to Helen Mirren playing the Queen
Helen Mirren's character corrects a colleague who addresses her too formally by saying, 'I'm not the bloody queen, you know!" That same year, Mirren played Queen Elizabeth in 'The Queen'.
Referenced by name
'reviewed' by Aunt Linda on Weekend Update
After Daryl says that Sonia Kruger could have strolled the red carpet with the Oscars gang, this movie is mentioned in their subsequent dialogue.
Mentioned by Jeremy
Reference to Helen Mirren as the Queen
DVD included in Tugg's gift basket
Clip shown to introduce today's special guest Dame Helen Mirren.
Fashion from this film discussed.
Paul Merton suggests that a clip of the Queen is actually Helen Mirren.
In a review of Frost/Nixon, David mentions that Michael Sheen, who plays David Frost, played Tony Blair in The Queen.
The film is discussed by the panel.
Subject of a $500 question
Reference in a $1,200 clue in the category "Great Dames"
Subject of a $600 clue in the category "Oscars Since 2000"
Roeper says Helen Mirren already has a Best Actress Oscar for her work in this movie
Subject of a $1,600 clue in the category "Stag Films"
Helen Mirren is told "Who do you think you are, the...queen of England?" (she played the Queen in this movie)
Snob alludes to it.
The way Ma'am have to be pronounced.
Jay mentions that Helen Mirren played Queen Elizabeth II in the film
Christy says that Michael Sheen should have been Oscar-nominated for the film
Fran tried to do an impression of Helen Mirren in "The Queen".
also directed by Stephen Frears
Robert Lindsay refers to Helen Mirren's portrayal of the Queen.
When Papa (Om Puri) discovers that Madame Mallory (Helen Mirren) wants Hassan (Manish Dayal) to work for her, he shouts out to her and when she appears at her window states "Look at you, standing there
Gary Lineker mentions Dennis Skinner's joke about Black Rod having Helen Mirren on stand-by.
The Blairs are watching the broadcast of an episode before going to work one morning.
The Queen is watching the programme on a television set in her boudair.
Clips shown for the review.
Shows a clip from the film.
Some clips from this movie are shown in a story on Dame Helen Mirren.
In a story on the Theatre Royal in Castlemaine, some scenes from this movie are shown on the cinema's screen.
clips appear in documentary
Clips of mistakes shown
Ellen says the director of "Tamara Drewe" directed this movie
a clip is included in a montage of Helen Mirren films
Clips seen and discussed
a clip from the Best Actress winner is shown