The First Wives Club (1996)
Based on the same source material.
Remade as a TV comedy series.
When the girls are threatening their husbands, Brenda makes reference to Uncle Carmine. Uncle Carmine isn't just a reference to the Freshman character played by Marlon Brando, but the Godfather saga as well
A haughty couple are referred to as "The Vampire Lestat, and Louis."
Title mentioned by Norm MacDonald during Weekend Update.
Referenced during the "Set It Off" review.
Sylvia mentions the movie by name.
A poster for the film hangs on a wall in the video store.
Video case is shown in a video store.
mentioned in dialogue
Diane Keaton and the movie are mentioned by Jess.
"...and soon it will burst out of your chests like aliens from that movie...First Wives Club."
Jennifer Lawrence says "Look what it says: 'I beat Meryl'!" upon accepting her award.
Referenced in Jennifer Lawrence's opening monologue
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills say they watched it
Video case is shown ("El Club De Las Divorciadas").
When Castle looks at a photo of the suspects, he calls them the Murderous First Wives Club.
Mentioned by Andrew O'Keefe as the Bette Midler movie with the tagline "Don't get mad, get everything" during James's Cash Builder round.
mentioned by Mickey
Mentioned by Graham when introducing Goldie Hawn
Mentioned by Graham when introducing Diane Keaton
The movie and its scene involving the song You Don't Own Me are mentioned by Delta Goodrem during her feedback on Berni Harrison's performance of the song.
Mimi talks about a Hemsworth version of this movie.
Jake: "Charles heard they were remaking 'First Wives Club.'"
Video case is shown in a Blockbuster store.
Boyle wants the detectives to wear masks of the characters from this movie.
The 'titular club' in Jameson's fathers film memorabilia room.
a clip is shown in a montage of Diane Keaton films
Clip shown in montage of Diane Keaton films
You're Both Selfish Assholes gets an honorable mention.
Insult Battle gets an honorable mention.
A clip is shown.
Olsens, clad in bathrobes and towel, plunge down the side of a Manhattan skyscraper in a window washing scafold.
Mentioned "Second Wives' Club"