Wreck-It Ralph

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Wreck-It Ralph is a 2012 film about the titular arcade game villain who rebels against his role and dreams of becoming a hero. He travels between games in the arcade and ultimately must eliminate a dire threat that could affect the entire arcade and one that Ralph may have inadvertently started. It was produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures on November 2, 2012. The sequel, Ralph Breaks the Internet was released on November 21, 2018.

Directed by Rich Moore. Written by Phil Johnston and Jennifer Lee.
The story of a regular guy just looking for a little wreck-ognition. (taglines)

Wreck-It Ralph[edit]

  • [first line] My name's Ralph, and I'm a bad guy. Uh, let's see, I'm 9 feet tall, I weigh 643 pounds, got a little bit of a temper on me. My passion bubbles very near the surface, I guess—not gonna lie. Anywho, what else, uh, I'm a wrecker. I wreck things, professionally. I mean, I'm very good at what I do. Probably the best I know. Thing is, fixing's the name of the game. Literally. Fix-It Felix Jr. So yeah, naturally, the guy with the name Fix-It Felix is the good guy. He's nice enough as good guys go. Definitely fixes stuff really well. But, uh, if you got a magic hammer from your father, how hard can it be? If he was a regular contractor, carpenter guy, I guarantee you, you will not be able to fix the damage that I do as quickly. When Felix does a good job, he gets a medal. But, are there medals for wrecking stuff really well? To that, I say, "Ha!" and, "No, there aren't." For thirty years I have been doing this, and I have seen a lot of other games come and go. Kinda sad. Think about those guys at Asteroids? Boom, gone. Centipede? Who knows where that guy is, you know? Look, a steady arcade gig is nothing to sneeze at, I'm very lucky. It's just, I gotta say, it becomes kinda hard to love your job when no one seems to like you for doing it.
  • I'm bad, and that's good. I will never be good, and that's not bad. There's no one I'd rather be– than me.
  • [last line] The best part of my day, is when the Nicelanders throw me off the roof. Because when they lift me up, I get a perfect view of Sugar Rush, and I can watch Vanellope racing. The kid's a natural, and the players love her, glitches and all, just like I knew they would. That's when I realize: I don't need a medal to tell me I'm a good guy. Because if that kid likes me, how bad can I be?
  • I'm gonna wreck it!


Ralph: I don't wanna be the bad guy anymore.
[the Bad-Anon members gasp; Bowser breathes fire balls; Clyde turns blue]
Kano: You can't mess with the program, Ralph!
Bison: You're not goin' Turbo, are you?
Ralph: Turbo?! No, I'm not going Turbo! C'mon, guys! Is it "Turbo" to want a friend? Or a medal? Or a piece of pie every once in a while? Is it "Turbo" to want more out of life?
Zombie: Yes.
Clyde: Ralph, Ralph, we get it. But we can't change who we are. The sooner you accept that, the better off your game and your life will be.
Zangief: Hey. One game at a time, Ralph.

Ralph: No, I'm not!
Gene: Yes, you are!
Ralph: No, I'M NOT!!!! [smashes the cake and everyone gasps]
Gene: Yes, you are.
Ralph: Alright, Gene. You know what?! I'm gonna win a medal. Oh, I am gonna win a medal! The shiniest medal this place has ever seen! A medal that will be so good that it will make Felix's medals wet their pants! And good night! Thank you for the party. [Ralph exits]

[Ralph has just scared away the Sugar Rush racers who were tearing apart Vanellope's pedal kart; she gets up off the ground, sniffling]
Vanellope: What are you looking at?
Ralph: You're welcome, ya rotten little thief.
Vanellope: I'm not a thief! I just borrowed your stupid coin! I was gonna give it back to you as soon as I won the race!
Ralph: It's not a coin! It's a medal!
Vanellope: Coin, medal, whatever! Just go back to your own dumb game and win another one.
Ralph: I can't. I didn't win it in my game, I won it in Hero's Duty.
Vanellope: Hero's Doody? [bursts out laughing]
Ralph: It's not that kind of duty!
Vanellope: I bet you really gotta watch where you step in a game called Hero's Doody! Ha ha ha! What'd you win the medal for, wiping? [Ralph rolls his eyes] I hope you washed your hands after you handled that medal!
Ralph: Listen—
Vanellope: One more, one more: why did the hero flush the toilet? Say "Why?"
Ralph: [unimpressed] Why?
Vanellope: Because it was his "doody"!
Ralph: How dare you insult Hero's Duty, you little guttersnipe! I earned that medal! And you better get it back for me toute-suite, sister!
Vanellope: Well, unless you've got a go-kart hidden in the fat folds of your neck, I can't help ya!
[at his breaking point, Ralph starts taking out his anger by smashing apart the candy that litters the junkyard; he comes across a jawbreaker and hits it repeatedly]
Vanellope: [to herself] What a moron. [to Ralph] Hey, genius! That's a jawbreaker! You're never gonna— [Ralph finally manages to smash the jawbreaker open; Vanellope gives an impressed smile] Oh…
[Ralph sits down, exhausted, and Vanellope approaches him]
Vanellope: Enjoy your little tantrum, Diaper-Baby?
Ralph: Leave me alone.
Vanellope: Look, you want that medal, right? And I wanna race. So, here's what I'm thinkin': You help me get a new kart—a real kart—and I'll win the race and get you back your medal!
Ralph: You want me to help you?
Vanellope: All you gotta do is break somethin' for me. C'mon, what do you say, friend? [extends her hand]
Ralph: We are not friends.
Vanellope: Aw, c'mon, pal! You son-of-a-gun! C'mon, buddy! Shake on it! C'mon, chumbo! Ralph, my man! M' main man! [seriously] Hey. My arm's getting tired. Do we have a deal or not?
Ralph: [groans; defeatedly] You better win. [shakes Vanellope's hand]

Ralph: Hey, Cough Drop! Explain something to me. If Vanellope was never meant to exist, then why is her picture on the side of the game console?
Sour Bill: Uh… [tries to make a run for it, but Ralph grabs him]
Ralph: What's goin' on in this candy-coated heart of darkness?
Sour Bill: Nothin'.
Ralph: Talk!
Sour Bill: No.
Ralph: I'll lick you!
Sour Bill: You wouldn't.
Ralph: Oh yeah? [licks Sour Bill]
Sour Bill: Ugh! It's like sandpaper!
Ralph: Mmm, I wonder how many licks it'll take to get to your center?
Sour Bill: I'll take it to my grave!
Ralph: Fair enough. [tosses Sour Bill into his mouth] Oh, they call you Sour Bill for a reason! [Sour Bill lets out a muffled scream; Ralph takes him out] Had enough yet?
Sour Bill: Okay, okay, I'll talk, I'll talk! Vanellope was a racer until King Candy tried to delete her code!
Ralph: Tried to delete her code? So that's why she's a glitch! Why is he doing this to her?!
Sour Bill: I don't know!
Ralph: Suit yourself. [starts to put Sour Bill back in his mouth]
Sour Bill: No, no, no, no, no, no! I swear I don't know! He literally locked up our memories and I cannot remember! Nobody can! But I do know this. He'll do anything to keep her from racing. Because if she crosses the finish line, the game will reset, and she won't be a glitch anymore!
Ralph: Where is she now?!
Sour Bill: In the Fungeon with Fix-It Felix.
Ralph: Felix?!
Sour Bill: I'm sorry! That's all I know, that's all I know, I swear! Now please, don't put me back in your filthy mouth again! [sobs]
Ralph: [sticks Sour Bill to a lollipop tree] Stick around! [gathers up the remains of Vanellope's broken go-kart and takes off]
Sour Bill: Yes, okay. I will, I will. Thank you.

Ralph: BAM!!! [bursts through the wall of Felix's jail cell] Felix!
Felix: Ralph! [jumps up; hugs Ralph] I'm so glad to see you! [let him go] Wait. No, I'm not! What do you have to say for yourself?!
Ralph: I—
Felix: Wait! I don't want to hear it. I'm not talking to you.
Ralph: Okay. Don't talk. That's fine. [dumps out a can full of the broken go-kart] But you have to fix this go-kart for me, pronto.
Felix: I don't have to do boo! Forgive my potty mouth. I'm just so…so cross with you! Do you have any idea what you've put me through?! I ran higgeldy-piggeldy all over creation looking for you! I almost drowned in chocolate milk mix! And then…I met the most dynamite gal. Oh. She gives me the honey glows something awful. But…she rebuffed my affections. And then, I got thrown in *jail!?*
Ralph: Felix, pull yourself together!
Felix: No, Ralph! You have no idea what it's like to be rejected and treated like a criminal! [turns away]
Ralph: Yes, I do. That's every day of my life.
Felix: It is?
Ralph: Which is why I ran off. I tried to be a good guy, but I'm not! I'm just a bad guy. But I need your help. There's a little girl whose only hope is this kart. Please, Felix, fix it! And I promise, I will never try to be good again.
[Felix smiles; pulls out his hammer]

[Vanellope's glitch causes King Candy to start glitching, which in turn reveals King Candy's true form: Turbo]
Vanellope: What the— Who are you?!
Turbo: I'm Turbo, the greatest racer ever! And I did not reprogram this world to let you and that halitosis-riddled warthog take it away from me!

Sour Bill: Now I remember. All hail the rightful ruler of Sugar Rush... Princess Vanellope.
[The racers gasp; Swizzle Malarkey kneels down]
Taffyta: I remember! She's our princess!
Candlehead and Crumbelina: Oh, that's right!
Taffyta: We are so sorry about the way we treated you!
Rancis: Yeah, those were, uh, jokes!
Candlehead: [sobs] I was just doing what Taffyta told me to do!
Vanellope: Tut tut! As your merciful princess, I hereby decree that everyone who was ever mean to me shall be... [other racers look on with anticipation] ...Executed.
Racers: WHAT?! [They all start to cry about their impending death]
Taffyta: No, no, no, please! Please!
Felix: Oh my land!
Calhoun: Well, this place just got interesting.
[The racers (except Swizzle) drop down to their knees and are still crying]
Candlehead: No! [drops down to her knees and sobs even louder]
Taffyta: [drops down to her knees sobbing, tearfully pleading for forgiveness] We don't wanna die!
Vanellope: I'm just kidding!
Taffyta: You are?
Vanellope: Stop crying, Taffyta.
Taffyta: [hyperventilates as her mascara starts streaming down her cheeks] I'm trying! But it won't stop! [sobs a bit; stops crying]


  • He was minding his own business on the day they came
    They showed a piece of paper saying "eminent domain"
    They built an apartment building saying progress was to blame
    So he got mad
    And he turned bad
    Brick by brick he's gonna take his land back


  • The story of a regular guy just looking for a little wreck-ognition.
  • This November, he's exploring new worlds, he's meeting new friends…he's got ONE chance to play the hero.
  • This holiday season comes a story for everyone who ever needed a restart on life.
  • When the game is over, a new world comes to life.
  • Get ready for a new kind of hero.
  • When the arcade closes, the fun begins.


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