Wreck-It Ralph

Movie • 2012 • Adventure  Report
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RowanOakley
There are no cats in this movie.
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ProfessorProcyon
Dogs are not seen.
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eviljackcarver
A large part of screentime revolves around a plot regarding cy-bugs". In addition, in Tapper's, a cockroach is seen crawling on (and getting flicked off of) Ralph twice.
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Does an animal die?
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Sinnadone
There's giant cybernetic bugs dying
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Brock
Coily (the snake from Q*bert) very briefly appears as a background cameo, but he is friendly and has a stylized non-realistic design (same as in his game).
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Sinnadone
There are insects (a normal cockroach and giant mechanic bugs), but no actual spiders (normal or mechanical)
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carabc03
the protagonist is told half the story by the antagonist, and is made to believe that by continuing his quest to stop the antagonist, he is putting his friend in danger due to circumstances out of anyone’s control (when really, the antagonist has been lying to everyone about these circumstances)
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Brock
Two characters (who have romantic feelings for each other) end up in a dangerous situation where one is forced to slap the other one so that both of them can escape. This is done as a last resort after trying other options, the one doing the slapping feels awful about it, and the slapping only happens after the recipient demonstrates that he can immediately heal himself.
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AshleyNtheGang
She is tormented and emotionally abused. It is sad and triggering as she is left out and put down.
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Brock
There is a party scene early on in the movie where the Nicelanders are drinking alcohol, and one Nicelander (Gene) is always depicted with a martini in his hand, but it is not dwelled upon or explicit. There are also bar scenes as another person mentioned, and it is ambiguous as to whether the root beer is alcoholic (a soldier Ralph encounters there appears drunk and distressed about his game).
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fs
Ralph briefly tortured a character to obtain information, in a way that suggests parallels to waterboarding.
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Lynxwithaharpn
Felix is hit in the face, and one of his injuries is several of his teeth being damaged. Additionally, Vanellope runs into a wall and knocks one of her teeth out. Neither of these injuries last long, however.
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eviljackcarver
The primary antagonist dies by being burned alive by lava-like diet cola.
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masonisaacccc
A cy-bug eats a character from sugar rush, we see the POV of the characters as the mouth gets closer but it is brief and don't see much else
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Lynxwithaharpn
Felix is hit in the face multiple times and suffers injuries, but the injuries don't last for very long and they're mostly played for humor.
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Lynxwithaharpn
Briefly, a character turns purple from having to blow into something for an extended period of time. He is fine, however.
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masonisaacccc
A character let's himself fall to his death, but he does not die.
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ProfessorProcyon
While Felix is being hit, he briefly has a swollen eye (and later a black eye), but it's fixed quickly.
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Sinnadone
A kid is in mortal danger for a bit, from a natural catastrophe and from an adult
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masonisaacccc
She does have to watch her cart be destroyed, which is quite emotional.
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Wesley Thomas
The cartoon ghosts from Pac-Man cameo
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Sinnadone
One of the main characters looks a lot like a clown (without face-paint), and for a few shots in the background there's a regular clown.
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LauraMcG
Someone pulls out a zombie's heart at their support group and it makes gross sounds.
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fs
Vomit is briefly mentioned in a joke.
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ChrisA
There is occasional verbal-only potty humor (mostly just a pun on the word "duty"), but not very much at all. The trailers and other marketing for the movie highlight it, so it falsely appears more prominent than it actually is in the film itself.
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masonisaacccc
A character let's himself fall to his death, but he does not die. He gives a sad monologue while he is falling that implies he's preparing for death.
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Brock
One of the four main protagonists suffers from PTSD, and a certain phrase another main protagonist (innocently) uses ends up triggering an episode in her. The other character realizes later that this phrase upsets her and he never says it around her again. There is a romantic event involving these two characters in the epilogue, and we see that precautions are taken at the event to accommodate her PTSD.
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SiRenfield
Nothing explicitly in the text, but you could argue that the people of Sugar Rush hating Vanellope for being a glitch might be an allegory for ableism in general. Albeit the abuse is presented as wrong and bullying
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Does a baby cry?
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Lynxwithaharpn
Several flashing light sequences at some points, mainly in the game Hero's Duty.
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ChrisA
Ralph uses an insult related to vanilla wafers ("Nilly Wafer") in a scene that contained multiple candy-related insults between himself and another character. A writer on the internet misheard "nilly" as "nelly" due to Ralph's inflection, but the movie's script makes it clear that it is "nilly" (likely referencing the Nilla Wafers brand).
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hyperjenb
Vanellope's glitching is mocked in ways that are allegorical to ableism (she refers to it her condition as "pixlexia").
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ChrisA
Vanellope briefly mentions Ralph having a fat neck when he is demanding for her to return a stolen item.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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Princecaviar
One of the main characters, Vanellope, is explictily shown to be homeless and refers to herself as such.
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Sinnadone
An escape pod crashes, no one gets hurt.
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Lynxwithaharpn
Nobody is injured, though.
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Lynxwithaharpn
Unless you count being lightly hit with a go-kart.
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hyperjenb
Calhoun and the other "Hero's Duty" characters use guns.
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Lynxwithaharpn
It is initially believed that a robotic bug died from drowning in liquid taffy, but we later learn that it did not. There is also a scene in which two characters almost sink into quicksand, but they manage to survive.
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fs
When the cy-bugs die they explode with green liquid.
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