Chicken Run (2000)
Footage from this movie is used.
"I've met a lot of hard-boiled eggs in my time, but you - you're twenty minutes. ", which Rocky says to Ginger, was originally said by Lorraine to Charles Tatum in "Ace in the Hole"
Mr and Mrs Tweedy's farmhouse resembles Norman Bate's house on the hill.
Rocky gives a pep talk to everyone and says 'We must all work together as a team. And that means you do everything I say', just like Charlie Croker in 'The Italian Job'
Fetcher asks Nick two questions in the film "Do you want to watch" and "Do you want to dance" both times Nick takes a couple of seconds and says "Yeah all right".
When in the machine, Ginger and Rocky leap off of a platform and swing across just like Luke and Leia. The line "look at the size of that thing" is also quoted.
Chickens dance similar to John Travolta's character
Same type of finale, the "evil person" hangs in a line back of the ship.
When Ginger sees Rocky jumping his bike over the fence at the end of the movie, she calls out his name in slow motion, in the same way that Adrian does in "Rocky III".
In both Miranda Richardson plays a character who is in control of everyone. Also Babs and Fletcher have the same stupidity as Bladrick.
During the pie machine sequence, Rocky and Ginger grab on a chain. The same thing happens in the Big Ben sequence with Basil.
The warden says "No one escapes from Shawshank". After throwing Ginger into Solitary Confinement, Mr. Tweedy walks up to the chicken coop and tells the other chickens that "No one escapes from Tweedy's Farm."
Rocky's (Mel Gibson) cry "Freedom!" while going over the fence.
Jakob Steggelmann mentions Nick Park's upcoming film
After "Scenes Cut From a Movie", Drew tells Colin that his Scottish accent sounded more like the main character from "Chicken Run" instead of "Braveheart".
A picture is displayed in the opening titles
Jay mentions that Mel Gibson played a rooster fighting for freedom in the film
Seen on movie marquee
Toby refers to the film.
The subplot of the fish trying to escape from the fish tank recalls the plot of Chicken Run.
Referenced by name
DVD on Shelf at pawn shop
Mentioned in passing by Tucker.
Close up on poster while introducing Peter Lord
Video case is shown.
Reference to the characters
One of the chickens is seen
Mentioned by name.
Poster in the room
This is among the DVDs on the shelf when Roddy is picking out a movie to watch.
The scene where the rats are cooking in the kitchen is reminiscent of a scene in Chicken Run where the chickens are building there plane.
Playing Theme & showing clips
The line the English penguin delivers in his safety speech on the plane is the same safety tip that the rat gives the chickens in the Aardman film
poster is seen
DVD cover shown.
During the game of Charades, Jeremy decides to this instead of the book Thus Spake Zarathustra, which Mark's dad told him to do.
That Fellow seems to have a dislike for Mel Gibson, apart from his role as Rocky Roads.
Hewy says Aardman made this movie
Title used as answer to question in Wheel of Movie Taglines category
Hewy discusses movies made by Aardman.
movie is reviewed
The antagonist, Nigel, climbs the rope that binds the dynamite, just like Mrs. Tweedy
Mentioned as a film about chickens.
Mentioned by Seth during his monologue
Kate mentions that Josh spent his 18th birthday on his own with "Chicken Run" on DVD.
Rizzo confuses the film with Logan's Run.
Mentioned in a response in the Hashtags segment
Title used in the charades game
reviewed + footage used
VHS/DVD release reviewed + footage used
Clips are shown
Film is talked about, clips shown.
Number 2 in the top 10 DreamWorks Animation films.
A critically acclaimed animated film, clip shown.
Clip shown during introduction.
Film is talked about, clips shown.
Clip is shown
The chicken yard resembles Stalag Luft III, plus several failed escape attempts and the musical score mimic those of The Great Escape. Ginger also throws a ball at a wall in solitary confinement just like Hilts.
Scottish chicken Mac channels Scotty from Star Trek ("I cannae work miracles, captain! We're giving her all she's got!'") and there's a pun about Mrs. Tweedy being a cling-on (i.e. Klingon)
during the escape from the oven, Ginger goes back for her hat while the door is almost closed, just like Indy does when escaping from the trap room
Captain DuBois hangs on a rope hanging from a plain (and get cut), the same way Mrs. Tweedy on the final escape scene.