Wreck-It Ralph (2012)
video game based on the movie
Story of the Wreck-It-Ralph world record holder
The Oreo guards in this film reference the guards at the Witch's Castle in The Wizard of Oz.
King Candy says, "One of these things is not like the others, it's YOU!" This is reference to the "Sesame Street" song "One of these thing is not like the others."
The Ball and Paddles are seen in the Game Central Station.
Ralph falls into a pond of green goo, and stuff sticks to him, the same happened to Victor Pivert in the chewing gum factory.
Darth Vader's distinct breathing sound is used when Ralph breathes through a straw under the chocolate lake.
"Space Invaders" appears in the arcade.
When Ralph is falling down to Diet Cola mountain, he assumes the position of Superman when he flies.
Floor full of translucent alien eggs; larval form of alien creature sticks to character's face.
Pac-Man, Blinky, Inky, Pinky, & Clyde make an appearance.
Ralph thought Hero's Duty was going to be like this game.
Frogger makes an appearance.
Fix-It Felix was expecting Mario to show up at his 30th Anniversary party.
The Qix is seen in the Game Central Station.
Taizo Hori and Dig Dug make apperances.
Tron is seen as one of the games connected to Game Central Station
When Vanellope crosses the finish line, everything changes from 'bad' to 'good' in a similar way as when the MPC was defeated and everything went from red to blue.
Q*Bert, Coily, Slick, Sam, & Ugg make an appearance.
Peter Pepper makes an appearance.
Pitfall Harry is seen in the Game Central Station.
The Knight and Flying Ostrich are seen in the Game Central Station.
Satan (actually "Saitine") comes from this game.
A Star Wars cabinet appears in a time-lapse montage of the arcade's history.
One of the game machines visible in the arcade.
When Ralph is walking through Game Central Station, the characters that run away from him say, "Bad guy coming! Get out of his way!" Tony Montana says this in "Scarface."
The barman from Tapper makes an appearance.
Ralph calls the Sugar Rush racers the "Children of the Candycorn"
Paperboy makes an appearance.
"Road Blaster" appears in the arcade.
Bowser makes an appearance.
Ken & Ryu make an appearance.
The Video Game version of Leonardo is shown.
Neff, in his Rhinoceros-man form appears in this film.
King Candy puts on big nerdy black plastic glasses, saying "you wouldn't hit a guy with glasses, would you?" but gets hit immediately. The same stunt was performed by the Joker, who got the same response from Batman.
"All Your Base Are Belong To Us" is written on the wall
Sergeant Calhoun's jet board looks like Griff's powered hover-board.
The Video Game version of Leonardo is shown.
Turbo has his revenge to dominate the arcade.
Blanka, Cammy White, Chun Li, M. Bison, & Zangief make an appearance.
Dr. Eggman & Sonic make an appearance.
The sound effect of Calhoun's gun once she has entered the Sugar Rush game is the same as the same as the phased plasma rifle used by T-800s and resistance in the post apocalypse war scene in Terminator 2.
Kano and Smoke make an appearance.
The Hornet appears on an arcade cabinet of "Finish Line"
Is seen in the arcade
Kano is seen at the bad guys anon
The animated characters behave as they are expected when the arcade is open, but when it is closed (no humans around) they are free to do what they want.
Fix-it Felix's jump sound is the same used by Mario from Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars.
Ralph runs inside the tower in Hero's Duty shouting "Sanctuary!" like Quasimodo.
Serves as the Arcade's Sonic game.
Cyril the Zombie makes an appearance.
Ralph sarcastically tells the Surge Protector that he's Lara Croft.
"Aerith Lives!" is written in graffiti on the surge protector wall.
Horned Reaper makes an appearance.
When Ralph is looking for a medal in Tapper's Lost and Found, he briefly holds an Exclamation mark with an alert sound made famous by the Genome Soldiers of Metal Gear Solid.
Seen in the arcade
Dr. Eggman's outfit from this game is used for this movie.
Ralph is sure Vanellope will be disappointed from her car, but she is very enthusiastic about it - much like Sullivan was afraid Mike will be disappointed to notice his picture in the news is all but covered.
An image of Sora is briefly seen
Leeroy Jenkins' name is written on the wall
Tiny the Tyrannosaurus makes a cameo as a background character in Grand Central Station
Vanellope calls Ralph GLaDOS prior to making her kart.
"Glitch" is able to teleport herself & her car from place to place.
Ralph looks like the Hulk, while covered in the green goo and wreaking havoc.
The forest area in the background of Nice Land was inspired by the block design of the PC game Minecraft.
Maximus is seen in the Game Central Station.
To get to other games (realms) from Sugar Rush, one must cross a rainbow bridge, much like the Bifrost of Asgard.
The donut cop is seen holding an actual chainsaw with lollipops, running like the protagonist of this game.
The memo with the lipstick impression is on the wall in the badanon meeting room.
Mentioned as an upcoming 2012 animated film.
Mentioned as one of th trailers shown before Oogieloves.
A "Wreck-It Ralph" poster can be seen in the "Sad Mouse" digital short.
"What if we titled the video, 'Midnight Screenings - Wreck-It Ralph' or something?"
Title mentioned while introducing Mindy Kaling
movie is reviewed
Referenced in Anne Hathaway's opening monologue
Ralph is playable
Chelsea mentions the movie by name.
Doggy talks about this film
Mentioned as a crossover film of video game characters.
Jake puts this film at #9, depsite liking everything in the film up until the introduction of Sugar Rush.
Richard Roeper says the film was not historically accurate
Alan Tudyk talks about the movie
Poster is Shown.
There's a poster for a wrestler dressed in red called "Bust-It Bill".
Poster was shown.
Internet add of this film is seen on the web
This episode is a review of the film.
Brave won a Golden Globe, a BAFTA, and an Oscar beating this animated Disney film.
King Candy's name is displayed on the window of a candy store Mickey runs past
Ralph and Vanellope are playable.
"I think we just met Ralph." "I'm gonna wreck it."
A Wreck-It Ralph arcade machine appears in one scene as a tribute to the film's director, Rich Moore's, former work on Futurama.
Mentioned by Jeff Ross.
Truffles that look like the Sugar Rush racers are on the table in during Anna's rendition of 'For the first time in forever'.
A Disney film that tries to be completely different.
Referenced by Juliet
"This film was supposed to be the Wreck-It Ralph of food icons."
Referenced in dialogue
Fix-It Felix mentioned
"8-bit Zombie is essentially Wreck It Ralph..."
A high school teacher calls Anthony this after his accident with the trophy cases
One of Hiro's action figures resembles a Hero's Duty soldier, while a 'District 51' and an inconspicuous 'Sugar Rush' arcade cabinet are seen among Fred's collection of nostalgic items.
Wes remarks to Bianca in the clothing store that she's not going to get anywhere if she keeps dressing like the film's titular character.
The Lumberjack Ghost's outfit and body look just like Ralph's
DiNozzo calls his father Wreck-It Ralph.
"This is a movie made in 2012. This is the same year as movies like Wreck-it-Ralph."
John DiMaggio is introduced as being from the film
contestants must match a picture of Jane Lynch with a picture of her character in the film
Shown in box office list
One of Duke's bootleg movies is "Wreck-It Rhino".
AniMat mentions that Zootopia uses the villain twist tradition for Disney films that started with Wreck-it-Ralph.
Wrestling coach is compared to Wreck-It Ralph
"...which was basically Wreck-It Ralph, but with zombies."
Wreck-It Ralph makes a cameo in the credits.
among Disney films that have surprise villains
Brad mentions it.
Features Pac-Man, the ghosts, and the kill screen
Jane Lynch introduces a clip from her film
Sarah Silverman introduces a clip from her film
John C. Reilly introduces a clip from his film
A clip of the movie featuring guest John C. Reilly is shown.
A clip of the movie featuring guest Jane Lynch is shown
Movie reviewed in this episode.
Reviewed, clips shown.
Best animated film of 2012.
says he has yet to see this
Nomination presentation for best animated film.
Movie reviewed in this episode.
Critic questions the monarchy order
Short clip is shown
Clips of mistakes shown
movie is reviewed
A recent Disney animated film with a villain twist like in Big Hero 6, clip shown.
Footage is shown
Alex Bolton mentions it. Also, footage of this movie is shown.
Used in trailer
Pan mentions how similar this film is to Game Over.
Footage is shown.
a PG rated movie that doesn't deserve that rating
King Candy is the #7 pick.
King Candy is the parody of the Mad Hatter from the 1951 Disney's animated film "Alice in Wonderland"
Ralph licks Sour Bill, the green helper of King Candy, to a lollipop and says "Stick Around", just like Arnold Schwarzenegger's character Dutch says after he nails a guy to the wall with his knife.
a soldier speaks directly into the camera in the middle of a battle against bugs
Demo Reel does a film based off of this film titled "Wreck-It Ralph Vs. Angry Birds".
The whole movie in 60 seconds
One of the robots name is a parody of the movie.
Wreck It Gandalph is a spoof of this movie.