James and the Giant Peach (1996)
A mechanical shark explodes.
Jack Skellington appears as a pirate captain
Jesse takes Duncan and Rachel to see this
Sarah's children watch this film.
Video box at Video Store.
References this title.
Spiderwebs, evil submarines and crusher thingies, saving by flying.
A VHS tape of James and the Giant Peach is on top of the TV in Reynolds' house.
Jack: "... last night someone's hand repeatedly brushed up against James and the giant peaches."
Mentioned in dialogue.
How story adapted for screen
mentions Henry Selick's stop-motion work
Hewy says Henry Selick previously directed this movie
Reference in a $500 question
When Rick talks in his sleep about "James", Jeremy asks, "Who's James? James and the Giant Peach? Do you like peaches?"
Subject of a $2,000 clue in the category "A Movie Before, Then Dinner After"
The guys joke about this movie title when they get a giant peach as a prize
Music from this film is used.
A VHS copy of the film is seen.
Part of the title is shown in TV listings during the Screen Grabs segment, reading: James and the Giant ... Dick
One of the nicknames for Jonah on Dan's list is "Jack and the Giant Jack Off".
Critic says he found better character development in this Selick movie than Monkeybone.
Reviewed, clips shown
The Video Pick of the Week.
Jakob Stegelmann mentions Jørgen Klubien working on the film + footage shown
Clips are shown. Roger Ebert believes the film should be Oscar-nominated for its production design.
Jakob Steggelmann mentions the film + clip shown
movie is reviewed
The Rhino takes #5
AniMat considers The Beautiful Lukanida to be "the most horrifying adaptation of James and the Giant Peach". Clips shown.
Film is talked about, clips shown.
Quote in movie when talking about childrens books, "what's more vunerable than a peach?"
Roger attempts to use seagulls tied to vines to lift himself off the ground in an attempt to get off the island, only for him to accidentally kill the seagulls.